Troll Ski Resort

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Troll Resort has an impressive vertical at 527m (1729ft) hosting a variety of terrain from perfect beginner slopes and long fall-line groomers to steep gladed tree runs and a large progressive terrain park with a recent terrain expansion. It's also home to an excellent beginner teaching area with its own separate lift.

Troll Ski Resort - Overview

The Mountains

Terrain Description

Troll hosts a variety of terrain from easy beginner slopes to long fast groomers to steep gladed tree runs. The progressive terrain park looks pretty sweet for any ability.

Top Elevation
5,394 ft
Vertical Rise
1,729 ft
Base Elevation (Ft)
3,668 ft
Total Runs
Longest Run


Terrain Parks
Number of Lifts
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About the Resort

Hours of Operation

Open 6 days a week (Closed Tuesdays)
Hours: 9:00 - 3:20 


Troll Ski Resort
7271 Barkerville Hwy
Quesnel, BC
V2J 2J1

Early December - early April
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Skiing
  • Snowboarding
  • Snowshoeing
Other Winter Attractions

Snowshoe trails, terrain park and cat skiing.

Lessons/Ski School
On-Hill Village
On-Hill Food Options
On-Hill Accommodations

Troll Ski Resort Trail Map

This map is fully interactive, explore the resort and its surrounding area by clicking on elements in the map.

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Getting There

Troll Resort is only 37 minutes from Quesnel in the snow-drenched mountains of the Caribou Range of B.C.


From Quesnel, take the Barkerville Highway for 48 kilometres. Quesnel is 1.5 hours south of Prince George BC and 4 hours north of Kamloops.


Either Prince George or Kamloops airports welcomes domestic flights from across Canada. Rental cars are available at both airports.