Valhalla Powdercats

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Valhalla Powdercats

Valhalla Powdercats4.5/58
Valhalla Powdercats4.5 out of 5 based on 8 reviews
Wagner Custom Skis
Valhalla Powdercats BC Canada
Valhalla Cat Skiing BC
Valhalla Powder Cats is located near Nelson BC
Varied tree skiing
Valhalla Powdercats has some amazing terrain
A bus takes guests from the office to the snowcat staging area
Plenty of steep & challenging terrain
Valhalla has some sub-alpine terrain
Valhalla Cat Skiing Nelson BC
Valhalla Powdercats Canada
Playful terrain
Great terrain at Valhalla Powder Cats
Some great chutes
Valhalla Cat Skiing
Some of the lovely terrain
Cat Boarding Valhalla BC
Nelson Cat Skiing Valhalla
Valhalla Powdercats
Valhalla Powdercats Canada
Varied terrain at Valhalla

Valhalla Powdercats

Overall Rating

Valhalla Powdercats4.5/58
Valhalla Powdercats4.5 out of 5 based on 8 reviews

Valhalla Powdercats

Valhalla Powdercats is a day cat skiing operator near the town of Nelson in BC Canada. Valhalla Cat Skiing is popular because it is renowned for idyllic powder and the wicked terrain will keep experienced skiers and snowboarders very happy. And the region provides a hat trick for powder hounds with cat skiing with Valhalla Powdercats (where you can do one or more days), heli skiing with nearby Stellar Heli Skiing (where you can do one or more days), and resort skiing at the famed Whitewater Ski Resort. The only downside with the former two powder chasing pursuits is that you have to book well in advance.

In Norse mythology, Valhalla is heaven for warriors who are favoured by the gods. Cat skiing with Valhalla Powdercats is unquestionably powder hound paradise as your prayers to the snow god Odin will definitely be heard. You won’t need to be a warrior though and fight others for fresh tracks. Valhalla Cat Skiing is face shot heaven minus the elbows.

You can head to Valhalla Powdercats as a solo traveller or small group and join a mixed group snowcat, or you and up to 11 of your friends can rent an entire snowcat for one or more days.


See our Valhalla cat skiing review for more reasons to gather together with your fellow powder hounds for a great pow wow in the Valhallas.

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Where is Valhalla Powder Cats Located?

Situated in an area that is renowned for huge snowfalls, Valhalla Powdercats is located in the Selkirk Powder Triangle and the broader BC Powder Highway. BC cat skiing is fantastic, but skiing in this region is particularly superb.

The Valhalla cat ski operation is located within its namesake, the Valhalla Mountains, in the middle of the Selkirk Mountains near Nelson. Most people base themselves in Nelson accommodation. Nelson is in the southeast corner of British Columbia, 657km (394 miles) from Vancouver and 624km (374 miles) from Calgary.

The morning meeting spot for Valhalla Powdercats is in South Slocan, 20 minutes from Nelson, not far from Whitewater Ski Resort (and Red Mountain). A big bus is then used to transport the group to the snowcat staging area about 45 minutes away.

The closest domestic airport for this Nelson cat skiing is Castlegar (unaffectionately known as Cancelgar), and the closest international airport is Spokane in Washington (3.5 hours drive away). If heading into the area via Spokane, you can also hit up other areas of the Selkirk Powder Triangle including Red Mountain (and cat skiing with Big Red Cats) and Schweitzer Mountain Resort (and Selkirk Powder Guides Cat Skiing).

Stellar Heli Skiing is based in the little town of Kaslo, which is one hour drive north of Nelson.

Snow and Terrain

Snow

A highlight of cat skiing with Valhalla Powdercats is often the quality and quantity of the snow. The area is not called the Selkirk Powder Triangle for nothing! Kootenay powder is light and dry, and the snow falls in abundance with about 13 metres (40ft) of snow each season. And with 21,500 acres (8,700 hectares) of terrain to choose from and only a maximum of 24 guests, the guides should be able to find snow without any powder hound paw marks.

Valhalla Powdercats Terrain

The Valhalla cat skiing terrain is also a major drawcard. The terrain includes steep old-growth forests as well as lots of terrain above the tree-line in alpine bowls and couloirs. The reputation of the terrain at Valhalla is well known amongst strong skiers and boarders. Valhalla Powdercats is not cat skiing for wimps!

Each run covers 1,800 feet (549 metres) of vertical on average, ranging from 1,200 to 3,000 ft, with reasonably good fall line riding, making it attractive for snowboarders as well as skiers. Depending upon conditions and the group’s ability, a day of cat skiing should cover 7 to 13 runs and 13,000 to 18,000 ft of vertical.

The tenure size is 21,000 acres (8,500 hectares) which is about 4.5 times the size of Whistler Blackcomb.

See the Powderhounds review of Valhalla Powdercats for more information on the snow and terrain.

Ability & Fitness

The Valhalla Powdercats terrain includes lines that are only suited to advanced to expert skiers and snowboarders. You should have the skills to ski or snowboard most expert trails at ski areas in a variety of snow conditions without falling. This is wilderness skiing which means snow conditions vary. You also need to be in good physical condition.

Valhalla Terms & Conditions

Valhalla Powder Cats (VPC) accept Cash, Cheque, Credit Card (Visa & MAstercard), Bank Draft or Bank Wire payments. They highly recommend a wire transfer or by cheque as the fees are less for both parties.

BOOKING POLICY

Deposit
A 50% deposit is required to reserve your trip.

Full Payment
Full payment is due 90 days prior to your trip

Late Payments
If you do not pay your final payment on time, VPC reserve the right to sell the seat. Unpaid bookings may be cancelled without notice. VPC always use the same credit card on file to run each payment, unless they hear from you in advance not to do so. If you require them to refund a pre-agreed upon credit card charge, you will be responsible for the 3% credit card fee that they will have to pay to refund the card.

CANCELLATION POLICY

  • All deposits are non - refundable.
  • If you cancel more than 90 days before your trip, your deposit is non-refundable, but is transferable toward any new trip up to the end of the following season. It may not be used toward someone else’s payment on the same trip, but may be transferred to someone else purchasing a new booking.
  • If you cancel within 90 days of your trip, all money on account is non-transferable and non-refundable. For this reason we strongly suggest that all guests purchase cancellation insurance (see below).
  • If you cancel within 90 days of your trip and have paid in full for your trip, and if they find a replacement for your seat, you will a get 75% credit of what they can sell the seat for put toward another trip, valid only until to the end of the following season. Otherwise all money is non-refundable as per above.
  • Guests who cancel do have the option of finding a replacement to fill their seat. VPC will accommodate this at no extra charge if the guests transfer funds amongst themselves. All money on account will be transferred to the new person’s trip payment and will not be refunded to original seat holder.
  • Trip dates may be not be changed within 90 days of the trip.
  • No refunds are given for cancellations of any kind.

REFUND POLICY

  • No refunds are given for any unused portion of any trip, resulting from late arrival or early departure, for extra transportation costs or for any other reason.
  • No refunds for down days, for late skiing departures and/or early returns.
  • No refunds for accommodation or meals NOT used.
  • If you miss days either from illness, injury or other you will NOT be refunded for the time missed.
  • In the rare case that skiing must be cancelled due to mechanical failure or severe weather issues, Valhalla Powdercats will provide ski credits ONLY for the time missed, which may be applied to another ski day(s) and is valid for up to two years from the date of cancellation. This credit is also transferable to another person.

THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS TO THIS POLICY.

VPC strongly recommend that you purchase both cancellation and medical evacuation
insurance.

Valhalla Powder Cats Review

The Powderhounds went in search of the holy grail of cat skiing by checking out Valhalla Powdercats for a second time. We first went out with Valhalla Powdercats in 2010 which was an amazing experience because the snow was phenomenal. Second time around the snow was sub-optimal, but at least we could see that the operation has become a little more polished over time.

Valhalla Powdercats is a kick-arse cat ski operation, but no single operation is absolutely perfect for everyone. Our review covers different aspects of the cat skiing experience so that you can determine if Valhalla is likely to align with your priorities. As a guide to the review ratings below, a 5/5 equates to absolutely phenomenal, 4/5 is excellent, whilst 3/5 is still a very good score. You can check out our cat ski ratings to see how Valhalla Powdercats compares to other mechanized backcountry operations.

Pros

  • For powder hounds on a budget, not being locked into an expensive multi-day trip that includes accommodation is a bonus. Nelson accommodation provides good value for money and is significantly cheaper than BC cat skiing lodges.
  • The proximity to Nelson, Whitewater ski area, Red Mountain and Stellar Heli Skiing is advantageous. The flexibility to do single day cat skiing makes it possible to mix and match cat skiing with resort skiing.
  • The tree skiing and terrain for advanced skiers and riders is so sexy it’s almost pornographic! The terrain has plenty of steeps and an amazing variety of runs.
  • You’ll yell louder about the powder because the Kootenay white stuff is often pretty impressive.
Cons
  • It makes for a very long day, much of which is spent not actually skiing due to the amount of transport. Firstly you have to drive to South Slocan, do the office gathering, then it’s a long bus ride to the snowcat staging area, and then it’s a prolonged snowcat ride to your first run. Do it in reverse at the end of the day, and you may find it too tedious to want to repeat it for too many subsequent days. It’s definitely a far cry from those luxurious multi-day snowcat operations where you stay on-mountain close to the terrain.
  • The avalanche safety briefing was very comprehensive but also very long. It wasn’t efficient and most of it was undertaken outside the snowcat, which cut further into precious skiing time. We didn’t start skiing until about 11am (if you sign up for multiple days you don’t need to repeat the briefing).
Powder Snow
The area is not called the “Selkirk Powder Triangle” for nothing. Kootenay powder is generally light and dry, almost like talcum powder. And whilst Valhalla doesn’t receive as much snowfall as some other BC cat skiing operations, the pow is generally pretty deep.

However despite the usual good snow patterns, sometime Mother Nature serves up some sub-standard snow. On our second trip it hadn’t snowed in 2 weeks and whilst the snow was OK on the few north facing runs we went on, the guides took us on too many solar aspects where the snow was crusty.
Overall Terrain
Valhalla Powdercats has very good diversity on offer - every run is reasonably different. There’s a good mix of sub-alpine and tree skiing as well as variety in the pitch, the spacing of the trees, and the likelihood of finding launching pads. One minor limitation would be that the best terrain is south facing.

The tenure is moderately large and with 21,500 acres of terrain, you’d think the chances of crossing old tracks would be slim. However on our second visit we were skiing on lightly tracked terrain most of the time. Despite being mid January, the terrain size had shrunk considerably because they hadn’t yet opened some of the cat roads because they run under major avalanche paths. We spoke to other guests who reported that even after fresh snow a few days later, the guides were still farming snow.

The advertised vertical per day is 13,000 – 18,000 ft, but we didn’t even reach 10,000ft. This was likely due to the combination of short runs because the upper terrain wasn’t open, and the amount of time spent not skiing (e.g. long safety briefing).
Alpine Terrain
Valhalla has a moderate amount of terrain in the sub-alpine including steep bowls and chutes of varied widths.
Tree Skiing
Valhalla scores full marks here for variety with respect to both pitch and tree spacing. The trees were perfectly spaced for many of the runs such that it was easy to get a rhythm, whilst at times the trees were tight, and then it would really open up so that you could let those babies rip. Heinous fun!

Some of the steep runs have mellow run-outs, but they’re pretty short relative to some BC cat skiing outfits.
Strong Intermediate Terrain

Whilst parts of the runs are adequately mellow for strong intermediate skiers and riders, the terrain is generally not conducive to powderhounds on their “L” plates.
Advanced Terrain
Most advanced skiers and boarders will find the terrain incredibly sexy. The varied terrain and the cracking runs were not too mellow and not too steep, but just right! The terrain had a few drop-offs here and there, and if you wanted to avoid them the guides provided warnings about their location.
Expert & Extreme Terrain
With usual snowpack conditions, there’s a moderate amount of terrain that will humble experts including chutes. The terrain has plenty of steeps although it tends to mellow out reasonably quickly. Otherwise experts will be entertained with small cliffs and other hucking features that are sprinkled through parts of the terrain.
Guiding
With our first experience the guiding was far from great, but on our latest trip the guiding was excellent. The lead guide was very professional and competent, and there was great team work and synergy with his tail guide. The tail guide was amazing, repeated instructions for guests as required, did a little crowd control, and geeeed people up in the snowcat to keep the stoke levels high.
Snowcat
We were in the same old snowcat cabin, with its leaky windows that dripped on us all day despite being plugged up with tissues. Nevertheless, the snowcat cabin has a pretty functional set-up with seats that all face forwards. Two sideways seats were the exception, but these were well designed to minimise sliding towards the back of the cat. The front seats had very little foot room, but on the plus side, the low backed seats made socialising easy, and the cat was well insulated which also facilitated conversation (and some good joke telling from the tail guide!). The snowcat seemed to have good suspension as the cat ride was really comfortable, and another positive was that the steps at the back made it really easy to get in and out of the cat. A few more hooks and storage solutions would be ideal so there was somewhere to put the helmet, gloves and backpack.
Avalanche Mitigation Strategies
Valhalla Powdercats generally use run avoidance to minimise risk (although this wasn’t really discussed with guests), and occasionally use blasting to control the terrain. Like most other BC cat skiing operations, they have comprehensive risk management systems including guides meetings, well qualified and experienced guides, use of external industry information, and provision of safety packs to all guests.

The Valhalla terrain is a long way from their office, so it’s not easy for the guides to do pre-checks and send out specific snow safety teams to monitor and control the terrain.
Safety Briefing
The safety briefing was incredibly comprehensive. The guides used posters with prompts and pictures to enhance the verbal briefing, and the practical components of beacon searches, pinpointing and probing were very complete. The briefing would deserve full marks, but a major limitation was that the briefing was way too long, which cut into skiing time. The guides were not efficient in their explanations, and most of the briefing was done outside including the theoretical components, which could have readily been covered during the long bus ride or snowcat ride.
Frills
A light brekkie including coffee was available on arrival at the Valhalla office. During the day, adequate food was provided to ensure everyone was fuelled to feast on powder, but the fare was definitely not epicurean. Simple snacks of rice crispies and raw vegetables were provided, and lunch consisted of basic sandwiches, whilst tea and mocha were only offered at the end of the day.

The organisation of the morning office proceedings had significantly improved and was reasonably polished. Rental equipment was available, although they didn’t have an adequate range to ensure that everyone had the ideal ski length.
Value for Money
Valhalla Powdercats provides a quality cat skiing experience, and the rates used to be standard for a BC cat skiing day operator. However the 2020 season has seen a 17% price increase, probably because the demand has been so high that they think they can charge a lot.

As is common for a day operator, use of their powder skis or other equipment attracts an additional fee.

Notes Regarding Review

The review is largely based on our experience, but also on discussions with staff, former guests, and information available on their website. Our review has some limitations as it’s not possible to ski every run and in all possible snow and weather conditions. Every guide is somewhat different and we acknowledge that everyone’s experience will be slightly different. The ratings are from our perspective only. Check out our cat ski ratings to see how Valhalla fares against other backcountry operations.

See our BC cat skiing comparison for an overview of costs, terrain size, vertical and location of various cat skiing operations in Canada.

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Not As Epic As Last Time

POWDERHOUNDS.COM16/06/2019
  • Recommend
  • Would Revisit
  • RiderType
    Skier
  • Rider Level
    Expert
  • Rider Age
    36-50
  • Month:
    January

Not As Epic As Last Time

POWDERHOUNDS.COM16/06/2019
Valhalla has great terrain
The terrain includes some nice chutes
Varied tree skiing
The beast
The snow was OK in patches
The Powderhounds first went out with Valhalla Powdercats in 2010, which was an amazing experience because the snow was absolutely phenomenal and we got to see the kick-arse terrain in all its glory.

This time around the snow was sub-optimal and not all the terrain was open, because some of the snowcat roads hadn’t been established (because they have avalanche exposure). The guides were farming snow and mostly took us on south facing slopes, and many of the lines were a bit tracked. It was still a fun day, but just not as good as our amazing first experience. As a major plus, we could see that the operation has become much more polished.

Pros
• For powder hounds on a budget, not being locked into an expensive multi-day trip that includes accommodation is a bonus. Nelson accommodation provides good value for money and is significantly cheaper than BC cat skiing lodges.
• The proximity to Nelson, Whitewater ski area, Red Mountain and Stellar Heli Skiing is advantageous.
• The tree skiing and terrain for advanced skiers and riders is so sexy it’s almost pornographic! The terrain has plenty of steeps and an amazing variety of runs.
• You’ll yell louder about the powder because the Kootenay white stuff is often pretty impressive.

Cons

• It makes for a very long day, much of which is spent not actually skiing due to the amount of transport required to get to and from the terrain.
• Whilst very comprehensive, the avalanche safety briefing was very long and not efficient, which cut further into precious skiing time.

You can see our full Valhalla Powdercats review for more detail, as well as our cat skiing ratings to see how Valhalla compares.

We stayed at The Adventure Hotel in Nelson and you can see our review here.

Five Stars From the Noob

Kelsey Oehrke22/01/2019
  • Recommend
  • Would Revisit
  • RiderType
    Snowboarder
  • Rider Level
    Intermediate
  • Rider Age
    18-35
  • Home Country
    United States
  • Month:
    January

Five Stars From the Noob

Kelsey Oehrke22/01/2019
Yesterday I embarked on my first cat skiing journey with Valhalla Powdercats. As this was my first cat skiing experience, I don’t have much to compare this to beyond resorts but I had an epic day. Sharing thousands and thousands of acres of fresh snow with a small group of skiers and riders was nothing short of epic. The terrain was amazing. Lots of open areas where everyone could have fresh tracks.

The guides were great. They were clear and concise in their directions while being encouraging knowing I was a first timer. They also provided tons of snacks and a solid lunch (maybe that’s normal for these things? idk).

My only two pieces of criticism: 1) As a snowboarder, I did not love the amount of tight trees in sever of our runs. Maybe it was more enjoyable for all the skiers.. it is called “cat skiing”. By the end of the day, as my legs turned to jello, I really struggled to keep a smile through these. 2) The quality of the snow was damper than I experienced in this area last year. This was beyond their control and is likely due to the El Niño phenomenon but still should be mentioned.

Shitty Season. Great Day!

Dan18/03/2015
  • Recommend
  • Would Revisit
  • RiderType
    Snowboarder
  • Rider Level
    Advanced
  • Rider Age
    18-35
  • Home Country
    Canada

Shitty Season. Great Day!

Dan18/03/2015
Despite it being just about the worst season that most locals can remember, the guides still managed to find some nice, soft snow. The freezing level was above where their highest terrain was but we still got some turns in boot deep snow. In addition, it hadn't snowed in at least a week or maybe even a month (which is almost unheard of in this region) and there was still nice snow to be found. So if you book with Valhalla and you're checking the weather religiously leading up to your trip and it's looking dire, fear not.

In sum, I had a great day and I can only imagine what it would be like during a regular season.

Finally, a word of caution to intermediates. Valhalla says you should be an advanced rider and they mean it.

From a Brit perspective

Bruce Sutherland16/02/2013
  • Recommend
  • Would Revisit
  • RiderType
    Snowboarder
  • Rider Level
    Expert
  • Rider Age
    36-50

From a Brit perspective

Bruce Sutherland16/02/2013
Bruce Suherland Review of Valhalla Powder Cas
This is our third visit to Valhalla - probably best trip but we did get a good dump on one day when no where else got much, and both days were led by guides on boards which does help.

The day goes pretty much as the brochure says. New to us was the video on the bus and the avalanche safety thing would be good if you could hear it!

Guides were keen to point out good lines to pop off or not, and were quite young and up for a laugh.

Food is excellent and there's plenty of it - having also been to Wildhorse there is now naturally a question over value. However the amount of kit that Patric and Maria have bought and the spare cat etc etc would justify the extra cost if you were there on a day a cat broke down.

There are apparently plans to expand to three cats per day presumably plus media cat. What do all these media cats do as surely there is a limit to how much BC snow people want to see on video?

The only thing we see as a could do better would be some coffee back at the office when everyone gets off the bus! Apart from that very slick and professional operation.

Valhalla Powdercats

Bob Legasa11/10/2012
  • Recommend
  • Would Revisit
  • RiderType
    Skier
  • Rider Level
    Expert
  • Rider Age
    51-70

Valhalla Powdercats

Bob Legasa11/10/2012
Ever since my first days on skis the fascination and allure of blasting through bottomless powder has been an infatuation for me and Valhalla Powdercats made my fantasy a reality. There’s something to be said about skiing the infamous “Kootenay Cold Smoke”.

Valhalla Powdercats name says it all. Situated between the coast range Valhalla Powdercats zone gets a lot of precipitation, but without the moisture since it gets dumped before it gets there. Combined with a combination of cold temps, lots of precip, their reputation and rightfully so is for a lot of deep, cold, dry powder.

A typical day riding at Valhalla you get anywhere from 8-12 runs which measures out to about 15-20,000 vertical of untracked. Valhalla provides each cat group of 12 riders with 2 certified mountain guides. At the beginning of the trip each group goes through mandatory safety training in the morning working with transceivers, probes and shovels. Valhalla has this training procedure dialed in and the guide really stresses skiing as a group, not only for safety which is a huge part of it, but it increases peoples’ enjoyment of the terrain. Their experienced guide staff have a tremendous amount of knowledge about their zone making your experience one you’ll remember for a lifetime. Rumor has it they just opened up a bowl which doubles their terrain!

When Cat skiing you work up a mean appetite and back at the cat lunch containers are filled with sandwich wraps and plenty of homemade treats that are prepared daily by the Valhalla staff. Definitely some good eats!

Valhalla offers up a variety of different packages, from 1 day to 5 day trips. You can also hook it up for the ultimate trip with Valhalla’s Sister company Snowwater Heli skiing and do their “Kootenay Sampler” One day at red Mountain, Two days Valhalla cat skiing, One day Ainsworth Hot Springs to rejuvenate and then fly into Snowwaters mountaintop lodge for the pinnacle in skiing, 3 days of heli skiing. Now that’s the Mother lode!

Steep and Deep

JW18/08/2011
  • Recommend
  • Would Revisit
  • RiderType
    Snowboarder
  • Rider Level
    Expert
  • Rider Age
    36-50

Steep and Deep

JW18/08/2011
This place had the best snow and terrain of any snowcat operation I've been at (4 different places including AK) and compared to some of the heli terrain I've done. The steep chutes, trees and deep powder were great fun and the guides put us on greatly varied terrain run after run.

We were lucky to have 3 continuous days of puking snow, almost 4 feet in 3 days. By the 3rd day the snowpack was getting loose and the guides had to really pick the terrain wisely to keep us safe, but also steep enough so that we didn't have to walk on the outruns to the cat. They did a GREAT job and we lapped run after run of short (maybe 1k vert feet) but steep treed face-shots all day.

Only complaint was that we had some would be hot-shots that wanted to huck off of anything and everything (that's OK) but couldn't land it (NOT OK) and we spent several valuable and costly runs worth of time searching for their skis and poles. In my opinion 3 strikes and you're out...no more hucking if you can't land it. Not fair to the group to miss 2 or 3 runs because of your ineptitude. Unfortunately the guides did not reel these guys in so the group suffered.

Other than that it was a great experience and I highly recommend checking them out.

Valhalla Powdercats

simon rees12/08/2010
  • Recommend
  • Would Revisit
  • RiderType
    Skier
  • Rider Level
    Expert
  • Rider Age
    36-50

Valhalla Powdercats

simon rees12/08/2010
The Valhalla mountains just outside Nelson B.C are fantastic - I was lucky enough to have a blue bird day with no wind. The snow was reasonable (it hadn't snowed for 2 weeks) but the terrain for most part was steep and narrow. It tested most of ski group and I must say it was exhillarating. The guides were great and I found the experience totally worthwhile. Put Valhalla Powdercats on your list of things to do.

Heaven for Powder Warriors

POWDERHOUNDS.COM16/07/2010
  • Recommend
  • Would Revisit
  • RiderType
    Skier
  • Rider Level
    Expert
  • Rider Age
    36-50

Heaven for Powder Warriors

POWDERHOUNDS.COM16/07/2010
Valhalla sits in the Powder Triangle of BC and is generally blessed with lots of lovely powder. The terrain is also kick-arse for advanced and above riders with lots of variety and amazing tree skiing.

For a more detailed review see our Valhalla cat skiing review.
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