Snow cat operators and guides located in the Rocky Mountains of Western Canada, Western US and New Zealand.
- Baldface Snowcat Skiing
Snow-cat skiing in Nelson, British Columbia.
- Big Red Cats
Catskiing and riding in BC's legendary 'powder triangle', only 2.5 hours north of Spokane WA.
- Brundage Mountain Adventures
Snow Cat skiing at Brundage Mountain, Idaho. Snow cat trips for the adventurous are offered on more than 19,000 acres of snowy steeps, tree-lined glades and powdery bowls.
- Cariboo Snowcat Skiing
A powder skiing and snowboarding operation located just west of Jasper, Alberta.
- Cascade Powder Cats
Snowcat skiing and snowboarding in the Cascade Mountains near Seattle, Washington.
- Cat Ski Mt. Bailey
Located on the summit of Oregon's Cascade Mountains, Cat Ski Mt Bailey is Oregon's longest running back country snowcat skiing adventure.
- Chatter Creek Mountain Lodges
Backcountry lodge for cat skiers. Located north of Golden near Kinbasket Lake, British Columbia.
- Fernie Wilderness Adventures
For the winter snow enthusiast Fernie guides offer guests over 3,000 acres of snow terrain with a variety of ridges to begin your descents from. The lodge is only 20 minutes from the alpine village or you can stay at the backcountry lodge.
- Great Northern Snowcat Skiing
Snowcat skiing in the Selkirk Mountain Range of British Columbia.
- Highland Powder Skiing
Snowcat powder skiing packages in the Selkirk Mountains, British Columbia.
- Island Lake Lodge
Lodge located in Fernie, British Columbia offering heated snowcat transport up to acres of untracked powder. Be sure to check their video section for awe inspiring runs.
Back Country snow cat ski tours in the San Juan Mountains, Colorado.
- K3 Cat Ski
British Columbia snowcat skiing company with office located in Revelstoke.
- Monashee Powder Adventures
Cat skiing in the Monashee Mountain Range, Chase, British Columbia.
- Montana Backcountry Adventures
Guided snowcat skiing and snowboarding at Big Sky, Montana.
- Mustang Powder
Snowcat skiing on untracked powder in the mountains of British Columbia.
- Park City Powder Cats
Utah and Park City power cat skiing. Info on what to bring, where to stay, powder ski tips and snow reports for the Uinta Mountains.
- Petes Rasta Red Cat
Snowcat hauls snowboarders, skiers and outdoor enthusiasts into the heights of the Chugach mountains, Alaska.
- Powder Cowboy
Catskiing based in Fernie, British Columbia. Operations have been suspended but their sister company Island Lake Cat Skiing is still giving the same excellent skiing and guiding services.
- Retallack Alpine Adventures
Snowcat adventures in the Selkirk Mountains of British Columbia. Based in New Denver.
- San Juan Snowcat
Based at Durango Mountain Resort/Purgatory and located less than 20 miles (as a crow flies) from both Silverton Mountain and Telluride Resort, the San Juan Ski Company is also Colorado's largest cat skiing tour operator with over 36,000 acres.
- Selkirk Powder Company
Cat skiing and guided snowmobile tours in the Selkirk Mountains. Located in Sandpoint, Idaho.
- Selkirk Wilderness Skiing
Cat skiing in the Selkirk Mountains of British Columbia. Based in Meadow Creek.
- Silverton Powdercats
High altitude powder adventure mountain guides based in Colorado.
- Steamboat Powdercats
Steamboat Powdercats will put together a trip that should provide you with an excellent day in the backcountry of Buffalo Pass on the Eastern side of Steamboat Springs.
- Vail Powder Guides
Guided backcountry skiing and snowboarding near Vail, Colorado. The terrain demands a strong intermediate or expert skiing or snowboarding ability to enjoy this guided backcountry adventure. Powder skis are available upon request.
- Valhalla Powdercats
British Columbia backcountry adventures. Centrally located between Nelson and Rossland.
- White Grizzly Adventures
Single and multiday snowcat packages to the summits of the Selkirk Mountains in British Columbia.
- Wildhorse Catskiing
Snowcat powder skiing based in the famous Powder Triangle of Southern British Columbia.