White Grizzly Cat Skiing

Overall Rating

White Grizzly

White Grizzly4.9/57
White Grizzly4.9 out of 5 based on 7 reviews
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White Grizzly Cat Skiing
White Grizzly Cat Skiing
A superb authentic Canadian lodge
A superb authentic Canadian lodge
Steep open glades
Steep open glades
Plenty of pillows & cliffs to huck off
Plenty of pillows & cliffs to huck off
White Grizzly Cat Skiing - steep & deep
White Grizzly Cat Skiing - steep & deep
Only 12 guests at any time
Only 12 guests at any time
Supreme Kootenay snow
Supreme Kootenay snow
Well spaced trees in places
Well spaced trees in places
Open bowls with endless pillow lines
Open bowls with endless pillow lines
Ah, taste that powder
Ah, taste that powder
No need to conserve the snow..plenty of fresh lines for all
No need to conserve the snow..plenty of fresh lines for all
I hope I can still do this when I am 72 like this fellow!
I hope I can still do this when I am 72 like this fellow!
More deep open spaces
More deep open spaces
And more features to launch off
And more features to launch off
Ahh... more powder!
Ahh... more powder!
1 lead guide & 2 tail guides make this the safest cat skiing in the world!
1 lead guide & 2 tail guides make this the safest cat skiing in the world!
WG have a backup cat if cat # 1 has any mechanical issues
WG have a backup cat if cat # 1 has any mechanical issues
Endless lines of "Kootenay cold smoke"
Endless lines of "Kootenay cold smoke"
The smile says it all
The smile says it all
This is a must for all avid & experienced powder skiers
This is a must for all avid & experienced powder skiers

White Grizzly Cat Skiing

Overall Rating

White Grizzly4.9/57
White Grizzly4.9 out of 5 based on 7 reviews

White Grizzly Cat Skiing BC

White Grizzly Adventures provide awesome cat skiing in the Selkirks. White Grizzly cat skiing solely caters to expert skiers and snowboarders. The terrain has a heavy emphasis on steep gnarly trees and the local mantra is “ski good or eat wood”!

So what the hell is a ‘white grizzly’? It’s not a weird hybrid between a grizzly and polar bear. It’s just a grizzly bear that doesn’t hibernate during winter because he’s heard that hibernation is for wimps. A white grizzly is simply a bear that loves being doused in the amazing Selkirk powder. A “white grizzly” can also be defined as a powderhound who’s become sulky because he hasn’t had a recent fix of deep powder skiing!

Grizzlies or powder hounds need not fear that they won’t get a big dose of the white fluffy Kootenay gold. White Grizzly Adventures is situated in the cat skiing capital of the world in Kootenay’s snow belt. The snow fall is abundant (13 metres per season on average) and the micro-climate around Meadow Creek is cold, so the snow stays fluffy. Cat skiing in this deep powder provides an intoxicating euphoria. Just make sure your pit zips are up!

Where is White Grizzly Adventures Located?

White Grizzly is beautifully located way off the beaten track in the heart of the Selkirk Mountains. The lodge is based just outside the little town of Meadow Creek BC (population 70 people) which is situated at the north end of Kootenay Lake, 108km north of Nelson (about 1.5 hour drive), 186km northeast of Rossland (2.5 hours) and 160km southeast of Revelstoke.

The lodge is conveniently accessible via car, so you don’t need a helicopter, snowcat or snowmobile to get there (if you need 20 different outfits you can pack as many bags as you like!). The actual cat skiing terrain is about 20km from the lodge, and each morning guests convoy to the snowcat staging area.

There are a few options for gateway airports for White Grizzly Cat Skiing. From Spokane international airport (Washington, U.S.) it’s possible to rent a car and drive to Meadow Creek (5-6 hour drive). Castlegar airport is closer and is serviced by Air Canada Jazz with daily flights from Vancouver and Calgary. The drive to Meadow Creek takes about 2 hours, but a limitation of the“Cancel-gar airport” is that flights are commonly cancelled in inclement weather. With both of these airports, you could do a stop-over for a couple of days on the way to ski at Whitewater or Red Mountain.

The other option is Kelowna airport, a 5 hour drive from Meadow Creek. En-route you could stop in at Revelstoke Mountain Resort for a few days to warm-up.


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White Grizzly Cat Skiing Terrain

The White Grizzly cat ski terrain size is 25 square kilometres (11,000 acres). This is about 3/4s of the size of Whistler Blackcomb and you only have to share it with an exclusive group of 12, and maybe a couple of white grizzlies!

Much of the terrain is northeast facing so it’s ideal for powder skiing. The terrain includes all the trees you could ever wish for: tight trees, open trees, and gladed fall line tree skiing. Other treats include alpine bowls, chutes, and small cliff bands for a little air time with soft powder landings. The White Grizzly cat ski terrain is also renowned for lots of pillow lines.

Most of the slopes are 30 to 45 degrees so the terrain is definitely not tame or lame and it may put you to shame. Guests should be able to handle steep tree runs, have previous powder experience, and be able to keep up! This BC cat skiing is definitely not for intermediates or low-end advanced riders. If you have to ask if you can handle it, then it’s likely that you can’t!

Each run consists of up to 1,000 vertical metres of thigh burn and most days include 6 to 7 runs. They go hard with up to 16,500 to 20,000 feet of vertical covered each day, which is more than most other BC cat skiing companies. This is cat skiing for pure powderhounds and grizzlies, not pussies.

White Grizzly can get this much vertical in each day for a few reasons:
  • Only good skiers and snowboarders need apply 
  • The runs are steep so the vertical racks up fast 
  • The snowcat has two doors so everyone can load and unload quickly 
  • The cat roads are steep so the snowcat gets to the goods swiftly 
  • Lunch is eaten in the cat

White Grizzly Cat Skiing Review

The Powderhounds got their grizzly fur on to check out White Grizzly Adventures. There was absolutely nothing to grizzle about - this is one very slick cat skiing operation! It’s very easy to see why many folks rave about White Grizzly.

White Grizzly is an outstanding outfit, yet no cat skiing company is ideal for everyone. Our review covers different features of the operation so that you can establish if White Grizzly is the right cat skiing for you. As a guide to the ratings below, a 5/5 equates to truly phenomenal, 4/5 is excellent, and 3/5 is very good. You can check out our cat ski ratings to see how White Grizzly Adventures fares against other cat skiing operations.

White Grizzly has some similarities to Retallack cat skiing with regards to the terrain and the strength of rider that it attracts, but that’s about where the resemblence ends.

Pros
  • White Grizzly has great steep tree skiing.
  • White Grizzly has established a very strong niche in the cat skiing market for expert skiers and snowboarders. You don’t have to be an extreme skier as generally there aren’t mandatory cliff drops, but you definitely want to be an expert and be very adept at skiing in amongst steep tight trees. The required ability level is clearly communicated to all prospective guests so there are only good riders. You’re highly unlikely to get stuck with inexperienced riders who may hold you up, and you won’t get relegated to easy slopes.
  • This is an incredibly polished operation. Carole and Brad have done a lot of research to deterine what works best, and they’ve had 15 years to refine the operation to ensure it aligns with their strong vision.
  • The powder at White Grizzly is very tasty (as is the food)!
  • Many guests really appreciate the boutique nature of the operation (maximum 12 guests) and the personalised, intimate experience. Brad and Carole are phenomenal hosts and provide the perfect balance between professionlism and encouraging tom-foolery! Along with their staff, they are very passionate and go out of their way to make sure each guest is having a great time.
  • Safety is paramount and their number one priority, not just avalanche safety but management of all backcountry hazards.
  • White Grizzly offers great value for money cat skiing. 
Cons
  • White Grizzly is in a remote location, which is a really a pro and con. It’s great to get away from civilization, but it takes a while to drive there and guests will need to have a 4WD vehicle.
  • You can’t ski to and from the lodge. Guests have to drive to the snowcat staging area each day, which is about 25 minutes from the lodge.
Powder Snow
White Grizzly has a powder making machine, and it creates lots of featherlight powder. White Grizzly can’t guarantee chest deep powder or perfect snow quality, but the cards are certainly stacked in your favour! The area gets an average of 13 metres of snow. The temps are usually cold and the slopes are mostly north east facing, so the snow stays in great shape. Much of the terrain consists of reasonably dense trees, so the snow is well protected. Furthermore it’s a low wind environment so the likelihood of crusty snow is low and you won’t have to ski over tree bombs.
Overall Terrain
This is the perfect spot for expert riders who adore tree skiing and want to get a lot of skiing and boarding in each day. 

There was some variability in the terrain during each run, but there was often a sense of déjà vu between runs because we were stacking them up next to each other. The terrain is not huge (it’s about 2/3s of the average size of BC cat skiing operations) and the runs largely commence in a similar area, and they fan out so that they end up on different points on the cat track below. Most of the runs can be characterised with the following four vertical zones.
  1. The top 2/3s consists of steep woods. This part of the terrain is fabulously wicked. The trees are mostly tight, and sometimes they open up a little. The terrain is super steep for short pitches, and just plain steep the rest of the time. This area is scattered with interesting features such as big rocks, narrow cliffettes, and pillows. This zone is the piece de resistance of White Grizzly. 
  2. The next short zone has mellow, moderately spaced trees. 
  3. Next is a little low-angle meadow, parts of which have small to medium sized delights to launch off. 
  4. Finally, a mellow rabbit warren of very tight trees provides little choice except to stay in track. I can’t imagine snowboarders would enjoy the fossicking required here, but thankfully it’s only a very short pitch. 
There is some potential that guests at the rear will get less freshies compared with other cat ski operations (see below).
Alpine Terrain
White Grizzly has added little patches of alpine terrain to their repertoire. The shape of the terrain combined with very low appetite for risk, results in it only being skied when snowpack stability is high.

We devoured one steep gnarly run that had some little rocky cliff-like outcroppings – the result was a lot of high-fives! The only downside was that it required a very long egress that we nicknamed “quadzilla”. Another little alpine run was also super fun because it was littered with pillows as well as cushions (aka little pillows).
Tree Skiing
The tree skiing is what makes some powder hounds drool when they think about White Grizzly. As described above, the top part of the runs typically had steep tight-ish trees that were just an absolute joy to ski. Forgot those movies of athletes hucking off cliffs, these trees are really the true definition of “ski porn”! Thankfully the runs eventually peter out into relatively snooze-worthy mellow trees, because that much sustained excitement might just be orgasmic!

They would score full marks here if the terrain had a wider gamut of steep tree runs. Runs like “Eager Beaver” and a burn were somewhat open and added a little bit to the variety, but it would have been perfect with a few more of these sparsely vegetated zones where you could put ‘er into top gear!

Strong Intermediate Terrain


Whilst there are a few open mellow areas where you could learn to link powder turns, there is not one top-to-bottom run that a strong intermediate rider could cope with. This operation is for experienced grizzlies only.
Advanced Terrain
Along a similar vein, this cat skiing isn’t great for low-end advanced riders either. There are a few open areas where you can go for a fang, but many advanced riders would find the steep tree skiing excessively challenging and might struggle to keep up.

High-end advanced riders who have deep powder experience and boundless energy should enjoy the terrain.
Expert & Extreme Terrain
Expert terrain is unashamedly White Grizzly’s forte. The precipitous terrain in the trees is lots of fun and ideal. The terrain would be perfect if there was a little more variety such as alpine chutes.

Freeskiers and extreme pros will find plenty of exciting offerrings at White Grizzly. The terrain is chocked full of fun things to pop off, they come in a variety of shapes and sizes, and the guides are happy to point out the bigger jumps to those who are keen.
Guiding
Impressively they have three guides: a lead guide, a tail guide, and the hollering Brad who hangs towards the back to help with route finding and to pick up the pieces after any yard sales.

The guides knew the terrain incredibly well, including the location of bear den vents (yikes, even though it’s not true that hibernation is for wimps, I wouldn’t want to fall down one of those holes)! The guiding was extraordinary and we felt completely confident with the guides’ proficiency.

It was incredibly clear that safety was the utmost priority. They did everything within their power to minimise the backcountry risks. Some folks with a little more appetite for risk may think that their guiding is a little too tight at the expense of being able to get freshies. A combination of terrain shape that doesn’t always have an obvious fall-line and a very strict policy on keeping things vertically tight, meant that guests couldn’t spread out horizontally. Those at the back sometimes struggled to get freshies, and negligible guide intervention into some powder pig behaviour probably didn’t help.

The two tail-gunners had sooooo much personality. They both sat in the rear of the snowcat and loved a chat. They revved everyone up and it was impossible not to have an awesome time!
Snowcat
In the words of Bob Legasa, “the snowcat is totally pimped out”! The set up of the cabin has been really well thought out (as with the rest of the operation). The cabin has two rows of front facing seats (so no one faces backwards with the associated discomfort of sliding off the seat), and it’s very a social layout. The whole front section has easily accessed stowage for the amazing food (more on that below!) and the selection of hot beverages.

I’m usually more of a fan of a cabin with rear steps rather than climbing in on the side tracks (because I’ve got short legs!), yet it was reasonably easy to get in and out, and it provided the advantage of having two doors for more rapid loading and unloading.

Other pros include a heater, a convertible roof for fine days, an abundance of great storage for guests’ paraphernalia, and the snowcat has plenty of get up and go. White Grizzly also has a backup snowcat.
Avalanche Mitigation Strategies
The avalanche mitigation strategies are very impressive. The risk reduction procedures utilised are somewhat uniform across many of the British Columbia mechanized backcountry skiing outfits. White Grizzly makes sure that avalanche safety aspects are very evident to guests, both on their website, during the safety briefing, and out in the field. They discuss the current conditions openly with guests, including the interpretation of the snow-pit evaluation, and slope selection.

White Grizzly provides a couple of guest backpacks that contain a shovel, probe, and radio, and all guests are provided with a whistle (for tree wells, not for bears!).
Safety Briefing
The guides provided a very comprehensive safety briefing that was faultless. It covered the general hazards of backcountry skiing, the snowcat, and even the potential for wildlife on the road out to the staging area. They also spent time talking about current conditions and risks, and many aspects were reinforced out in the field. The practical component of the briefing regarding avalanche beacon, probe and shovel use, was also very well done.
Frills
We were spoilt rotten with the frills that were provided! The range of unbelievably yummy food available during the day was impressive. There were lots of little snacks such as dried fruit, nuts, honey beef jerky, vegies, home made slices, and other treats, and more substantial items included gourmet sandwiches, wraps and croissants. The food was made with love, and each item came complete with a little rhyme to describe it. They also provided lots of hot drinks.

Powder skis are available to rent. They don’t have a professional photography service, but they don’t really need one because Brad takes a mean snap, and he often puts on a little slideshow at night time.
Accommodation
Brad and Carole sort of undersell the lodge and meals on purpose, because they want the main attraction to be the skiing and snowboarding. So we arrived with no to low expectations of the lodge, and left very impressed! This is not a luxurious fluffy lodge where you come to get pampered (although you can get a great massage!). It’s a gorgeous log house that is rustic and delightfully low key.

The lounge room has really comfortable couches, a lovely fireplace, and wilderness style décor, and it’s a great place to congregate. The hot tub is a highlight, but it pales into insignificance compared to the meals. Breakfast, apres appetizers, and dinner are fabulous!

The rooms are really nice. The only small downside is that there is no option for a single room and guests will need to double or triple share.
Value for Money
White Grizzly is the least expensive of the BC multi-day cat skiing operations that provide a backcountry style lodge experience. The need to rent a car adds to the cost, but overall the value for money is great: awesome snow; exhilarating tree skiing; and all that amazing food!

Powder ski rentals cost a little more and the only other optional extra is the massages, which are so economical that it seems criminal not to have one. The ability to fully BYO alcohol also significantly cuts down on costs.

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.

The photos were not taken using professional riders, but rather they aim to show an example of a real experience.

Here is a short teaser video showing what you can expect at White Grizzly....

Outstanding Attention to Detail

Stephen- the flying Kiwi
13/02/2019
  • Recommend
  • Would Revisit
  • Rider Type
    Skier
  • Rider Age
    51-65
  • Rider Ability
    Advanced
  • Country
    New Zealand
  • Admin Rating
    3

Outstanding Attention to Detail

Stephen- the flying Kiwi
13/02/2019
This small family business offers not only fabulous authentic Canadian hospitality but also unlimited steep and deep terrain to wet the appetite of all advanced skiers.
From the moment you are greeted at the door of this cozy boutique lodge to your final goodbyes you feel like your are not just a guest but an important family member who has come to stay.
Whether its on the mountain with your 3 guides, in the top quality cat or eating the amazing daily meals nothing is left to chance.
These guys have 27+ years experience and it truly shows, including a confidence building safety record second to none.
And then there is the the terrain, mind blowing powder, great trees, wide bowls and steep steep steep.
A must if you want the real experience of a whole mountain to yourselves, just watch your waistlines!!

Hibernation is Not For Wimps

17/02/2013

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  • Recommend
  • Would Revisit
  • Rider Type
    Skier
  • Rider Age
    36-50
  • Rider Ability
    Expert
  • Admin Rating
    5

Hibernation is Not For Wimps

17/02/2013
Powderhounds Review of White Grizzly
White Grizzly is a well refined operation that’s perfect for very experienced skiers and boarders who love steep tree skiing. The other very clear strength is the emphasis on safety.

Other pros include: the quality and quantity of the powder; a great snowcat; the value for money; and the scrummy food.

Whilst the lodge and après-ski culture is not intended to be one of the highlights of the operation, it definitely is. It doesn’t outshine the strength of the powder skiing, yet the log house and the experience of hanging out there is beautiful and friendly. Combined with the small group format, you can’t help but feel at home and very relaxed. White Grizzly doesn’t generally attract those looking for a party scene, but rather those who just want to lounge about and have a chat.

Brad and Carole have created something pretty special here.

See our White Grizzly Cat Skiing review for more information.

White Grizzly, Ultimate fun , tight trees, steep pitches

Ric Straus
12/02/2013
  • Recommend
  • Would Revisit
  • Rider Type
    Skier
  • Rider Age
    51-65
  • Rider Ability
    Advanced
  • Country
    Canada
  • Admin Rating
    4

White Grizzly, Ultimate fun , tight trees, steep pitches

Ric Straus
12/02/2013
Rob Weingust at White Grizzly
White Grizzly has a unique situation with North facing, cold temperatures, tight trees, and steep pitches. The guiding is excellent , with safety and fun in mind at all times.

The ambience of the lodge is very intimate and always a pleasure with both guests and staff. Brad and Carole the owner/operators make sure to do every thing they can to make your trip memorable. 

We have been going back for more than a dozen years in a row, and can't wait for our next trip, already booked.

Incredible Snow and Steep Tree Covered Terrain

Ian Hamilton
08/02/2013
  • Recommend
  • Would Revisit
  • Rider Type
    Skier
  • Rider Age
    36-50
  • Rider Ability
    Expert
  • Country
    USA
  • Admin Rating
    4

Incredible Snow and Steep Tree Covered Terrain

Ian Hamilton
08/02/2013
Ian Hamilton at White Grizzly
Skied three days at White Grizzly after a snow drought in most of the Kootenays ... but not White Grizzly. The micro climate surrounding White Grizzly and expansive terrain delivered steep and deep fresh tracks every turn every run.

I've skied many Cat and Heli operations in the BC interior and can say without any hesitation that White Grizzly is among the best. The ratio of available steep terrain and snowfall to number of skier is phenomenal. Looking forward to my next trip.

White Grizzly

Rob Weingust
08/02/2013
  • Recommend
  • Would Revisit
  • Rider Type
    Skier
  • Rider Age
    36-50
  • Rider Ability
    Expert
  • Country
    Canada
  • Admin Rating
    4

White Grizzly

Rob Weingust
08/02/2013
Rob Weingust at White Grizzly
White Grizzly is an awesome place for the advanced powder skier who loves steep and deep terrain with tight trees. The snow quality was awesome with real light knee-chest deep 'blower' pow all 3 days.

Aside from the great steep terrain and amazing snow, WG also provided a nice cozy lodge environment with really friendly staff and good service and food. I loved the fact that the lodge was small and there was only 12 of us in the lodge and out on the mountain.

AWESOME!

David Hecht
21/12/2012
  • Recommend
  • Would Revisit
  • Rider Type
    Skier
  • Rider Age
    36-50
  • Rider Ability
    Advanced
  • Admin Rating
    3

AWESOME!

David Hecht
21/12/2012
I visited White Grizzly last January for a two day adventure.

The terrain was awesome. Very steep, great snow, fun features. I could not even keep up with the amount of vertical we covered. It turned out that I was skiing with an ear infection, but had a great time anyhow. Next time I will make sure I'm in better shape first, because if my legs had more power I wouldn't have had to sit out a run.

The guiding was amazing. They had a lot of knowledge about avy control, and they were willing to help educate.

The lodge was very cozy and the food was great. It was a nice experience to stay right there.

I will book another trip next time I have a chance.

White Grizzly

Bob Legasa
21/10/2012
  • Recommend
  • Would Revisit
  • Rider Type
    Skier
  • Rider Age
    51-65
  • Rider Ability
    Expert
  • Country
    USA
  • Admin Rating
    4

White Grizzly

Bob Legasa
21/10/2012
You want that Deep, Deep pow experience. Then White Grizzly has your name on it. Carole and Brad Karafil know how to treat you right and get you to the goods. With state of the art snow cat machines that take you and 11 other riders up to the money in total comfort, you can rest assured you’re in for a fun filled day ripping turns on their terrain which is suited for the die hard pow skier. There are plenty of variations in terrain and pitch to keep you wanting to session the same area but with over 11,000 skiable acres there’s no need to!

Your digs for your stay are in a gorgeous Log structure, The Alpine lodge which is only a few minutes away from the cat barn. Here you have all the amenities of home, big fireplace to kick back and chill after another pow filled day, hot tub to take the aches away from those well worked muscles, wireless internet to e-mail those epic pictures from the day to your buddies back home. Sometimes I don’t know what is better, the actual skiing or hitting the send button to your friends! Nothing like a little gloating.

Dinners are family style with some incredible down home cooking. Carole knows how to serve up some incredible hearty meals like fresh BC Salmon, mouth watering BBQ NY Steaks just to name a few things off her menu. Rooms are spacious, comfy and nicely decorated.

White Grizzly is a place where you and 12 of your good riding buddies need to come experience that private powder skiing adventure. Just one more thing, when your shredding turns through the trees and you thought you saw something fly by your head, you did. it’s just another flying squirrel. Yes there are actually flying squirrels!
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A few days or a week long adventure with White Grizzly will have you grinning from ear to ear for months afterwards. Located in the Kootenays, where you will find epic powder combined with exceptional terrain. Packages include lodging (Canadian Log Cabin style), guided cat skiing, all meals and use of avo safety gear More
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