Want no crowds? Big Terrain? All you can eat pow?
From Brian Hall who owns the Storks Nest Inn in Smithers at Hudson Bay Mountain "Toured at the ski area today. 45cm fresh. Minus 10. Was getting faceshots skinning uphill". The forecast for Northern BC for the next couple of weeks looks decidedly good for pow and temperatures. Shames is forecasting 48cms over the week to the next weekend (BC's Family Day long weekend). Smithers is forecasting "just" 34 cms new on top of the 45 new they just had.
This isn't Smthers or Terrace . If it were all you'd see would be a snorkel
How to get there
Note that you can fly, ski, stay at Terrace and Smithers for about the same cost as it takes to get to Whistler from Vancouver on a typical package. The cost is from $650 to $700 per person for a two day weekend for 2 days lift tickets, 3 night accommodations, and flight all included. You must fly via Hawkair to get the buy one get one free deal (example fare I used for back-of-envelope calculations was the Hawkair Queue Fare from Vancouver to Smithers round trip; cost was ~ $ 530 all in)
This also isn't Terrace or Smithers. Again, if it were, all you'd see is a trail of cold smoke
Well, ladies and gentlemen here it is, demanded by the public at large, the official soundtrack for our new film . About a week ago we premiered to a sold-out crowd in Walk Festival Hall at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Now the film is headed out on the road across the country and the world. Be sure to check out our full tour schedule here and be sure to check back frequently as new shows are added daily. Buy Tour Tickets here. Film Synopsis:
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