our terrain

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NCS ski terrain is located in the Badshot Range which is a subrange of the Selkirk Mountains in southeastern British Columbia, Canada.  NCS terrain boasts an average annual snowfall of over 400 inches of the lightest, driest powder snow in the world.

 We ski all types of terrain and aspects within our 17,000 acre operating area. Majestic mountain peaks open into wide powder bowls with the choice of both treed and gladed runs.

Runs vary in length from 1,000 - 4,000 vertical feet and between 8,000 and 3,000 feet in elevation. We have plenty of room to spread and enjoy!



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NCS ensures the highest avalanche and Snowcat safety standards in the industry. Our exceptional guides are fully certified by the Association of Canadian Mountain Guides and have a wealth of experience guiding in a backcountry environment. In keeping meticulous records of weather and snowfall throughout the season and meeting on a daily basis, our guiding team works hard to ensure that our guests are safe.   

Upon arrival at the lodge, a comprehensive avalanche safety training session is provided and each guest is equipped with the complimentary use of state-of-the-art safety equipment, including: a Barryvox Pulse tranceiver, Snowpulse Airbag backpack, personal radio, probe and snow shovel, for the duration of their stay.