Our terrain at Mustang Powder contains large amounts of both alpine and treed runs. Our longest run is just under 1800 m (6000 ft), and we have many runs over 1000 m (3200 ft). We are constantly exploring new areas, and opening up new terrain by building snow roads. Every summer we do extensive glading to create even more great tree-skiing. If the weather is clear and the visibility is good we are almost always at tree line and above in the alpine. If it is snowing and cloudy we typically drop off at tree line and ski down through old growth Monashee forests. Over a whole season we usually ski half in the alpine and half in the trees. We have lots of north facing terrain, which allows us to ski untracked powder, even during long droughts.
Within our cat skiing tenure we have a variety of steep and moderate terrain. During a typical day you will likely ski an assortment of runs. First working our way to the far reaches of our tenure, and then working our way back to the lodge again. Rarely do we do more than a few runs in the same area. We try to organise groups that have similar abilities, but this is not always easy or possible. Groups may be changed after the first day to accommodate various levels of ability. The best way to ensure that you are with a compatible skiers is to organise a full group of 12 or 13 friends.