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Powder King Ski Resort

Powder King
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last update on Aug 31, 2020
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Mountain Stats

Elevation3084 ft - 4987 ft
Opening DayNov 14, 2020
Closing DayApr 11, 2021
Capacity N/A

Lift Ticket Prices

1 day adult CAD75
1 day youth CAD55
1 day child CAD32
All rates & fees

Lifts

2
1
Total 3

Skiable Terrain

Easy
Green Circle
Moderate
Blue Squared
Advanced
Black Diamond
Extreme
Double Diamond
Overall Slope Area 1001 acres
Number of Slopes 38

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The Ski Resort

Powder King Ski resort is British Columbia’s number 1 winter vacation destination that offers something for every member of the family! 405 amazing ha of terrain offer a wide variety of gently groomed winding trails and challenging drops with Powder Kings famous powdery snow, here anybody can find his or her match. 3 Lifts will make sure the ascent to your trail of choice is fast and safe and if you want to take a break, Powder Kings Lodge is located at the base of the mountain, you have to be 19 to enter, for younger kids or families the restaurant is the best choice. It offers a cozy and relaxing atmosphere and you can watch what is happening on the hill while having a drink or a snack. The Lodge and Restaurant Hours usually are the same as the slopes are open. Powder King is a great place for a fun family outing or a winter sports vacation with friends or even great back country skiing in challenging terrain for experts and daredevils. Do not miss out on the fun!

Contact

Powder King Mountain Resort
Mile 122 John Hart Hwy
VOJ 2CO
Mackenzie BC
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Billon Jul 17, 2011


The truth is the place is flat and on any decent dump you go strait down with maybe a wiggle or two but not to much or you get stuck in the flats. There are huge ugly powerlines running right thro...

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