Whitewater For those in the know, Kootenay powder is the stuff of legend. Pro skiers and boarders quietly ski here each year along what has been dubbed “The Powder Highway”.

Maybe it’s the 50 feet of fresh powder that hits the peaks year after year?

Perhaps it’s the fact that that powder is known as “Champagne Powder” (now officially trademarked by a nearby ski hill…). Perhaps because we’re the region that invented that little thing known as “Cat Skiing”?

All we know is that winter here is real deep.

Pick your pleasure, and let us help set up the ideal adventure for you this winter. We’ve got close relationships with local backcountry adventure companies, so bookending your stay in the region with an Adventure is a great option. 

Some Adventurous options include: Retallack, Baldface, Selkirk


Whitewater Ski Resort

Deep in British Columbia’s Kootenay region exists a one of a kind experience, one that is often hard to define. For those with a passion for epic winters, in a most unique and authentic setting, there is a place…Whitewater Ski Resort.


Nordic Ski Club

Nordic Ski Club

Nelson Nordic Ski Club The Nelson Nordic Ski Club grooms over 25 kilometers of trails, for both beginners and intermediate level skiers, Unrivaled for their natural beauty and variety.


SnoGoes Club

SnoGoes Club

The SnoGoes Club A thick blanket of white transforms the Selkirk Mountains into world-class sledding terrain for the winter season. This area is known for a wide variety of thrilling sledding opportunities. The elevations run from 2,000 feet all the way up to 7,000 feet, with the main season running from December to April. In fact, around mid-April you could snowmobile one day and golf the next.

For more information contact Trish Drinkle, Main Jet Motorsports at trishd@mainjet.ca