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Shames Mountain

Home to 1,600 vertical feet of powder, Shames Mountain is located 35 kms west of Terrace in the spectacular Shames Valley amidst the majestic Coast Mountain Range of British Columbia. Established in the early 1990s, Shames Mountain has 28 cut runs and an abundance of natural glades.

Shames is a family friendly mountain with lots of great options from beginner to expert. Shames is surrounded by more than 7,800 acres of backcountry bliss and the options are only limited by your imagination!

  •  Average Annual Snowfall: 1200cm (480in)
  • Base Area: 700m (2300ft)
  • Top: 1189m (3900ft)
  • Vertical: 488m (1600ft)

SHAMES SNOW REPORT Monday Feb. 19, at 5:00am

TEMP: -12

WEATHER: Clear with a Light wind

SNOW: 0cm Overnight, 0cm in the past 24hrs

Lodge Base: 186cm

Mid Mountain Base: 233cm

CONDITIONS: Excellent on Firm

GROOMED RUNS: Rainbow Ridge, Shortcut, Southpaw, Upper & Lower Boundary, Sternwheeler, Exhibition, Big Bunny, Potline, Backeddy, Panhandler, Penny Lane, Python, Kermodei, and Wee One.

We are open Thursday thru Monday with Lifts operating from 9am – 3:30pm

Thursday Feb. 22 is THRILLING THURSDAY!! sponsored by The Yoga Shack. FREE Nacho’s in Galloway’s Mountain Bar at 3:30pm, with fabulous prizes to giveaway afterwards. Must be present to claim your prize. This will be our LAST Thrilling Thursday of the 2017-2018 Season….

SKI EXPRESS BUS is available Weekends.

Bus leaves the Westend Copperside (beside Boston Pizza) at 8:00am. Return tickets are $10 Bus arrives back at Westend Copperside at approx. 4:45 Limited seating available.

Come Join Us, This is Our Mountain!

 

Hudson Bay Mountain

Playground of the North!

An epic northern BC mountain experience that offers the driest powder conditions in the country. Smithers is settled at the base of Hudson Bay Mountain with a creatively crafted Swiss Alpine theme that sets the stage for a spectacular ski holiday.
Sweeping upgrades to the lift systems and a new trail that takes you right into town giving Hudson Bay Mountain a continuous big mountain verticle of 3,775 ft (1,750 ft, lift accessed) are some of the largest improvements the mountain has seen in recent years.
What do you get when you combine our advances over the summer with the mountain’s unbeatable powder and uncrowded runs? Probably the best skiing and boarding season ever on Hudson Bay Mountain!!!

Sunday, February 18, 2018, as of 6AM

NEW SNOW (LAST 24HR): 0 cm

LIFTS OPEN: 4 of 4

TEMP ON MTN: -15

RUNS OPEN: 36 of 36

TEMP IN TOWN: -17

LOCAL TERRAIN PARK: Open

WIND: Moderate

TUBE PARK: Closed

VISIBILITY: Excellent

TRAIL TO TOWN: Open, Groomed

BASE: 195 cm

SMP RV MOUNTAIN BUS: Running (Morning & Afternoon)

GROOMED RUNS: Marmot Hallow, Nancy Green, Terrain Park, Upper Prairie Road, Lower Prairie Road, Upper Sidewinder, Panorama, Cinderella, Turkey Shoot, Yodelin, The Fork, Cutoff, Home Run, Twinkle Toes, Ptarmigan, Short Cut, Skybound, Skyline Connector, North Face Ski Way, Rotary Community Trail to Town

All Prince Rupert, Haida Gwaii, and Ketchikan residents, join us February 17th & 18th for the Community Weekend, which includes $30 lift ticketswith proof of residency. This event is sponsored by the Wheelhouse Brewing Co. & CFNR Network.

BackDoor Lodge is OPEN, switching to TICKET SALES ONLY. There will be chips for sale and beverages at the vending machine.

For more information
https://www.avalanche.ca/map
and http://www.snow-forecast.com/countries/Canada-BC/resorts/A-J

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