I just spent a couple days up at White Grizzly in Meadow Creek, BC. A very unique place in the cat skiing world, as this place caters to skiers (and boarders) who want to challenge themselves with almost solely steep and tight trees. Most pitches were 40 degrees or greater. The have a motto at WG that is very meanful: "Ski Good or Eat Wood". While it's mostly a no frills operation, they've got they nicest cat I've been in, gourmet food and great guides and hosts.
Unfortunately it had not snowed in Meadow Creek in about 4 days prior to my trip. (this is rare for the area) The snow was fairly settled with boot deep penetration in most places. There were 1 inch+ surface hoar crystals growing during the snow drought, so things skied fairly fast. The sunny weather did allow for bluebird skies and amazing views. I should also add there is uniquely, rarely ever wind in this area. Contrail lines laid intact in the sky all day long. Looking around, you could see about 7 different heli and cat skiing tenures in this area.
Looking down from the top of WG's terrain, I think this run was called Heli Cat. It was a bit sun affected that day, I could only imagine the bliss on a powder day.
Owner and guide Brad points out the best route down the pillows and drops. Now, I didn't say I stuck the landing.
POV GoPro edit from the trip: