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The Face Shot of all Face Shots!!

The Face Shot of all Face Shots!!

(7 February 2015)

The Face Shot of all Face Shots!!

This might just be the best face shot ever:) Train in powder, deep light powder….

Parallel to those amazing days of skiing deep light powder. You just want more and more.

Check out the annual snowfall in our Canadian base – Revelstoke: Historical annual snowfall Revelstoke 

 

British Colombia is known for its challenging heli ski and cat ski terrain, but there are some gentler slopes as well that suit most skiers. Ski alpine glaciers, open bowls, tree-lined glades, chutes, steeps and couloirs. Annual snowfall in BC ranges from 10.5 meters on the west coast to a substantial 18 meters in the eastern Kootenay Rockies and the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast.

Depending on the time of year, climate, and mountains, snow conditions can vary from knee-deep champagne powder to effortless, velvety snow. Ski season generally begins in December and can last until late spring. While most people like to book prime season in January and February, the prices are the highest and lodges the busiest then. If you want to ski during this period it is wise to book at least a year in ahead.

 

The Face Shot of all Face Shots!! - with GO Heli & Cat Skiing

 

 

 

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