Deep Powder skiing at it's finest. 115 feet of snow every year. Think about that. A 10 story building falls on the shoulders of the Skeena mountains every season from December to April.
With our location in northwest British Columbia, the moist coastal flow is influenced by our northerly latitudes which cools all that Pacific moisture into our perfect powder snow.
That means powder almost everyday, and a deep stable snowpack that opens up infinite options to people who like to ride soft deep new snow. People like you. If you had to shovel that much snow, you'd be moving 7 feet of snow a week off your driveway, and your chiropractor would be a rich man. Instead you get to ride it, as much as you can handle every day for your stay at NEH. When it is storming, we ski the trees, and utilize our cat ski backup if it's dumping too hard to fly to the alpine. When it's bluebird, you will be moving into the alpine and through some of the deepest snow on the planet. Leave your shovel at home, but bring your snorkel.
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