By DOC POW and BARB MARTOWSKI
Some legends speak for themselves. In the alpine world, it comes down to champagne powder, steeps and deeps, yet still family-friendly. We know of two in southern B.C. that come with pedigrees steeped in history and once you've experienced them, you'll keep going back for more.
There is a reason Whitewater Ski Resort has hosted the Cold Smoke Ski and Ride festival for 13 years. Why? Because simply, Whitewater gets epic snow!
Australians, Ryan and Danelle Fouché landed themselves the epic gig as Prestige Adventurers. Their responsibilities include keeping you in the snow by producing awesome content found on Prestige Hotel & Resorts social channels. Considering many of the properties sit along the Powder Highway, it keeps the Fouchés gig epic. Martowski and I caught up with the dynamic social media duo to learn what they uncovered along the B.C.’s world-famous Powder Highway.
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“One thing we’ve noticed about the places along the Powder Highway is they are all unique in their own way,” said Danelle, “The hotels really fit into their surroundings and take their cue from the different communities that they’re in.” The couple were staying at the Prestige Lakeside Resort Nelson, which overlooks Kootenay Lake and the city’s famous big orange bridge.
Having Whitewater all to themselves