Highly discounted cat skiing at Mustang Powder Lodge
Due to Covid-19, our American and overseas guests are not coming to Mustang Powder Cat skiing this winter. Therefore we have lots of newly available ski and snowboarding holidays open during our season from early December to early April. All of these seats are discounted 20%, except for late January and February which remain at full price. This is your opportunity to have a holiday at Mustang, which is arguably the best Cat skiing on the planet.
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Our Skiing Programs
This has been the standard model for the Cat Skiing industry for many decades, and is an excellent and affordable option. You have the choice of forming a full group of 12 of your friends, or booking as a solo, couple or small group and we will slot you into a cat with other guests.
In 2010/2011 we added a “Small Groups, Steep Chutes” program to the roster – a third snowcat with only 6 guests skiing big, steep, challenging and interesting runs, with some ski touring. The program has been a great success with a lot of first descents and sweet couloirs.
At Mustang Powder our #1 priority is your safety. We have developed a comprehensive safety program and have put together a team of guides made up of some the top and most influential professionals in the avalanche industry. All of our guides are members of the Association of Canadian Mountain Guides (ACMG) as well as the Canadian Avalanche Association (CAA), and many have been guiding for 20 plus years. Click the button below to read more about our Safety Program at Mustang Powder.
Be prepared for A LOT of deep snow! Our unique location in the Monashee Mountains of BC means we receive a lot more snow than most other Heli or Cat operations in the area. At Mustang Powder, it’s no secret that we cater to the strong skiers and riders. Guests booking with us must be experienced and comfortable skiing or riding in knee-deep powder snow, with the possibility of even more after a big snow cycle. Less ambitious guests will be encouraged to pace themselves or sit out some runs if they are tired.
Weather and Snow Information
October 14 2020
Current Temperature: -5 C / 23 F
Snow Depth: 55 cm / 1’9″ feet