Powder King Mountain Resort

    Skiing and snowboarding info for Powder King Mountain Resort — see the weather forecast, snowfall reports, check out trail maps and get resort info, hours, directions and more.


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    Like a little rock n' roll on the slopes? Ski slopes named Revolution, Twist and Shout, and Satisfaction makes Powder King your kind of place. Known as the 'Whisper of the North' by the locals for its near unbelievable snowfall counts, this is a place where you'll have to have a good sense of direction.  That's because locals have been known to steal the sign off the highway to keep this powder gem to themselves. Powder King is about 45 minutes north of Prince George, B.C., and offers up a variety of snow-seeking satisfaction, from heli-skiing to snowshoeing in an old-growth forest.


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    Average Temperature
    -5°
    Average Season Snowfall
    492 in

    Current Conditions

    See the latest weather and ski conditions at Powder King Mountain Resort, with our snowfall reports updated daily for 24-hour, 48-hour, 7-day and total snowfall, as well as base snowpack.


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    Snow Conditions (comprehensive)
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    Current snow conditions for Powder King Mountain Resort, reported

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    Trails

    Terrain Description

    Powder King is just like is sounds, with is northern location the resort sees an impressive average snow fall.  The terrain here is varied and not overly steep unless you venture into some of the "out of bounds" locations.  From Powder King you can make some impressive hikes which doesn't put you into much avalanche risk.

    Top Elevation
    5,500 ft
    Vertical Rise
    2,100 ft
    Base Elevation
    3,000 ft
    Rideable Area
    925 acres
    Interactive Trail Map
    The trail map is fully interactive, explore the resort and its surrounding area by clicking on elements in the map.

    Map courtesy of skimap.org


    Runs

    Total Runs
    37
    Beginner: 40%
    Intermediate: 40%
    Advanced/Expert: 30%
    Difficulty
    Terrain Parks
    1
    Bowls
    1
    Number of Lifts
    3
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    About the Resort

    Destination Type
    • Skiing and snowboarding
    • Cross country skiing
    Season
    December - late April
    Hours of Operation

    Regular Hours:
    Thurs-Fri 9:00-3:00 —
    Sat-Sun 9:00-3:30
    note: the mountain is not open Monday through Wednesday

    Activities
    • Skiing
    • Snowboarding
    Rentals
    Lessons/Ski School
    On-Hill Village
    On-Hill Accommodations
    On-Hill Food Options

    Getting There

    Powder King Mountain Resort is located 45 minutes west of the community of Chetwynd, in the pristine wilderness of Pine Pass located in northeastern British Columbia (B.C.).

    Driving

    Driving:
    75 minutes from Dawson Creek, BC
    3.5 hours from Prince George, BC
    3 hours from Grand Prairie, AB
    8.5 hours from Edmonton, AB

    Rail service to Prince George, B.C. is available through VIA Rail.

    Flights

    The nearest airport is located in Dawson Creek, a regional airport is served by Central Mountain Air. Larger airports are located in Prince George, B.C. and Grand Prairie, Alberta. These airports are served by Air Canada, WestJet, Central Mountain Air, and Airco.

    Shuttles

    Shuttle service is available from Prince George and MacKenzie every day that the resort is open. It also offers shuttles from Grand Prairie on weekends.