- Powder skis or snowboard (also available for rental, please email email@example.com)
- Beacon, if you own one (otherwise one will be provided by PC Powder Cats)
- Waterproof ski jacket & pants
- Ski or snowboard backpack
- Ski goggles
- Lens cloth
- Neck gaiter or mask
- Sunscreen & lip balm
- Powder cords
- Extra layers
- Ski poles with powder baskets
- Personal items (no restrooms in the backcountry)
|Cost||$450 – $500 per person|
|Dates||Winter season (snow dependent)|
|Time||8:00am - 4:00pm|
|Location||Thousand Peaks Ranch|
Who hasn’t dreamed of cat skiing? Season after season we see countless videos of the best skiers in the world riding incredible terrain that is only accessible by either snowcat or helicopter. You can share in those thrills with Park City Powder Cats and Heli-Ski, just a short drive from Park City. For more than 20 years, their expert guides, snowcat drivers, and pilots have been treating powder hounds to exclusive backcountry terrain in the Uinta Mountains. Operating on a 43,000 acre private ranch, more terrain than all of Utah’s 15 resorts combined, and no chairlifts in sight, Park City Powder Cats ensures that you’ll never have another ski experience quite like this one.
Guests are required to have experience skiing or riding in un-groomed powder conditions. Catered lunch, snacks, and free use of backcountry tools, including avalanche beacons, are provided. Rental equipment designed for powder skiing is available through Jans. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and specify that you will be backcountry skiing with Park City Powder Cats & Heli-Ski if you would like to rent fat skis for the occasion.
To book a tour, please contact Park City Powder Cats & Heli-Ski directly at 435-649-6596 or visit www.pccats.com. Please note, tours booked directly through Park City Powder Cats & Heli-Ski do not include additional services or rental equipment from Jans unless otherwise specified.
Types of Powder Skiing / Snowboarding:
Cat-skiing operations run daily regardless of weather, and average 8-12 runs per group. Each snowcat is equipped with a heated cabin to let you rest and warm up between runs.
Backcountry touring is also available to skiers and splitboarders who want to earn their turns on harder-to-reach terrain. Guests are shuttled up to an elevation of 9,000 feet, where the backcountry tour begins. Please note that physical stamina to hike in the backcountry is essential.