Love snow? You must go to Powder King
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When the announcement was made that Powder King was on its way to hitting over 1,000 cm of total snow accumulation for this season, it was a no-brainer that it was time to go find this snowy resort. Our only previous experience in the Pine Pass was back in September 2016, during a camping road-trip to Mackenzie, BC. Our drive across northern Alberta through boreal landscapes and agricultural parkland delivered us to the Pine Pass where the snowbanks towered along the highway. The night of arriving, we nearly missed the resort entrance since many of the highway signs were buried in the snowbanks.
When You Go
If you are heading to Powder King, we at SnowSeekers want to remind you to always ski with a buddy and a whistle. Our advice is to "ski with a buddy" which is easy because it's easy to make friends here. The whistle is a must, considering the tree wells here are DEEP because of the bounty of POW waiting on almost every run. For more on Powder King and to check into Powder Town, ski over to www.PowderKing.com
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Powder King, the legend, is only hours away with WestJet making more stops into Prince George now and other spots across Canada’s West via WestJet.
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For more on what’s in store for you when you ski the King, head over to our SnowSeekers Powder King pages.