Have you ever dreamed of floating effortlessly over acres of virgin powder then dropping spectacularly into a treed bowl of equally untouched terrain? For 31 years Great Northern Snowcat Skiing has been bringing those dreams to life. Our alpine terrain has fabulous snow, lots of variety and enough deep powder for everyone to enjoy.
One of Great Northern's unique assets is the vast expanse of skiing terrain in our tenure â€” 75 square kilometers in all â€” all for one group at a time. With powder-laden peaks, bowls, and glades, we have the variety in terrain options to suit not only your ability, but the type of skiing you like best. Whether you're after steep and deep in the trees, or wide open spaces, we'll get you there.
With such variety in slope aspect, wind exposure, elevation, and the character of the skiing terrain, we are able to ski according to the conditions, giving us the ability to find the best snow quality possible each and every day.
Our guides are experienced, full-time professionals who really know the nuances of our area, allowing them to tailor the run selections for the day around the desires of the group, and the best snow.
Thirty years of perfecting the layout of the snowcat roads means the most efficient travel possible through the terrain â€” less driving, more skiing! Whether you are an expert skier seeking challenging, exciting skiing, or a relative newcomer to the powder experience, we have just what you're looking for.
After a full day of skiing, renew your tired muscles in a hot sauna, enjoy aprÃ¨s-ski recreation in our spacious common room, or simply relax by the fire.
From eclectic to extraordinary, our chef prepares a fresh daily menu providing the finest in gourmet cuisine. You will find getting acquainted with your fellow skiers an international experience at our casual, family-style dining table.
We take pride in our dedication to excellent service and friendly hospitality. Whether you come with friends or are traveling solo, you will receive a genuinely warm welcome from our Great Northern family.