Frozen Experiences of a Lifetime: Drive (and Carve) B.C.'s Powder Highway (British Columbia)

The ultimate North American winter bucket list

Jan 2, 2013
Outside Magazine

Revelstoke.    Photo: AB.freeskier/Flickr

Skiers in southeastern British Columbia are spoiled rotten. The “powder highway” runs through the heart of the region: It’s a loop (actually made up of several different roads, not one single highway) that spans a couple hundred miles, and it’s home to no less than eight traditional ski resorts, nine heli operations, 16 cat-ski outfits, and 20 backcountry skiing lodges. The resorts include Kicking Horse, Revelstoke, and Fernie—you might have heard of them?

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