Plan Your Trip to Whistler's Powder Mountain Cat Skiing
A look back on three powder-filled days with Whistler’s Powder Mountain Cat skiing recalls faceshots, snorkels, and gravity-free pillow lines. Here’s how to plan your own trip for next winter. By Bill Wanrooy.
Previously called Monashee Snowcats, British Columbia's K3 Cat Skiing is back with a new name and all the same features, including 50-degree pitches, 33,000 acres of terrain, and piles of fresh powder. Here's how to plan a trip there.
Even a massive volcanic eruption that shut down all European airports couldn’t halt our ski-touring trip to Iceland. Here are images from a week of climbing and skiing Iceland’s peaks—plus tips on how to plan your own trip there.