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Some essential truths about skiing at Whitefish: It's not glitzy or crowded. It's not known for being sunny, we have some foggy days. Whitefish has a great town in the valley, but the base area is less "destination" than most ski areas of this size. Sibhusky has taken a decidedly different approach to the Guide in that it turned out to be too difficult to pare down the number of pictures to be used and the next thing you know, the Guide was a whole website. The website is predominantly presented as clickable trail maps, where descriptions, photos, comments about traffic, history of the trail name, etc. are presented. The trail maps are NOT CONFINED to trails shown on the...» read more
When it comes to snow and terrain, we in the Selkirks have a rare home court advantage.
Simply put, we supply the lightest, fluffiest, most consistent stimulant on earth - kootenay powder.
Annual accumulations can amount to 7m (23 ft) at tree line with 9m (30 ft) at higher elevations, offering remarkably deep powder skiing. This reliable snowfall often begins in October, serving up early season turns in December and fresh powder well into April.
Our temperatures are moderate throughout the season with an average winter daytime temperature at tree line of -7C (20F).
Have you heard about the latest in helmet communications from uClear for skiers and boarders? Have you read the reviews from fellow members on EpicSki about the new uClear Bluetooth communication system for skiers? This holiday season uClear is making it easy for you to be the Super Hero of awesome gift-giving with a substantial 20% discount on your purchase of the HBC120, HBC220 or HBC220D products.» read more