Directory of Snowsports Sites

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.
  • JDS
    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.