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Category Freeride: Official review by
Freeride 9 / 10
Overall: 78 / 100
  • Patrolled off-piste runs
  • Off-piste area
  • Guided tours for freeride skiers
  • No Avalanche training offered
  • Information on avalanches not available

El Dorado for Fans of Freeride Skiing

Known as part of the Powder Highway, you will be awestruck by how incredible Panorama is! Taynton Bowl, a former heli-skiing area, is home to loads of black diamond runs; this area is patrolled and avalanche-controlled. So, for those who are past their bunny slope sessions and ski school lessons, Panorama is an El Dorado. We highly recommend to spend some time here tree-skiing. Our N°1: The Monster. While some might still be trembling in their ski boots, others dare to take on the monstrous terrain over and over again. RK Heliski is what you'll start to think of when talking about heliskiing. Over 1,500 square km (930 square miles) of terrain in the pristine Purcell Mountains

Extreme Dream Zone is home to Gun Barrel and Top of the World, where experts shred down the mountain in like no time. When there's no fresh snow at all, its moguls are well-suited for experts, yet not for advanced skiers and riders, as it might well be that there is thus no full snow coverage.


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