Selkirk Wilderness Skiing Weather Forecast

Today's Forecast
Updated at: 6:58am PDT - Mar 31st 2015

Tuesday; Sun and cloud with trace of new snow to 8 cm accumulation. Freezing level to 2200 meters.

Temperature (2200m / 7200ft): 2

Winds (2200m / 7200ft): Light - West

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Snow Conditions
  • Conditions as of: Mar 31st 2015
  • New Snow (past 24 hrs): 0
  • New Snow (past 72 hrs): 0 cm
  • Snow Conditions: Moist spring snow to ridge top.
  • Snow Depth (2200m / 7200ft): 250 cm
  • Freezing Level: 2200 m
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Snowcat Skiing The Legend that is Selkirk

The advantage to snowcat skiing is that your skiing holiday is not weather dependant; we are able to access our terrain during the most epic of snowfalls. We use state-of-the-art Bombardier snowcats, of which we have three, using two daily and one as a back up. Twelve clients per cat (we run two groups per week at SWS) ride in a heated seating area. Lunch consists of creative sandwiches and wraps with an assortment of fruit and veggies served in the cat between runs. Dessert, served with a view, consists of hot tea accompanied with homemade cookies and bars.  Snacks are always available between runs.

We ski from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and have no vertical limits built into our packages. However, if you’re tired it’s always an option to sit out a run in the cat, up front with the driver. When it comes to riding, our efficient road system means that you will rarely have to wait for the cat at the bottom of the run, it’s always there, waiting.

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