Snowperformance Camps

Mustang Powder, BC

Camp Price

$4200 US

Based on per person / double occupancy


$1000 US

This trip is limited on space. You may make deposit to hold your place. Registration with full payment must be made before October 30th 2017. Please call Gavin on 253 569 3713 ASAP to reserve a place or complete the reservation form below.

Payment for this trip is non-refundable.

Please select camp payment option below:
Camp 1 / Camp 2

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Cat Skiing - Small Groups, Steep Chutes

Mustang Powder, BC

Camp 1: March 20-22 2021 
Camp 2: March 27- 29 2021 
Please call 253 569 3713 to get on cancellation reserve list.

Mustang Powder Lodge, BC

Small Groups, Steep Chutes

The Small groups steep chutes cat skiing and touring program is a mixture of cat skiing with a small amount of touring to gain access to terrain. The goal is to ski lines less skied at Mustang with a group of fit fast moving skiers on this incredible tenure deep in the Monashee mountains of BC.

This trip is designed for the Snowperformance level 3.5 to level 4 skiers only. There will be 7 skiers in the cat led by some of Canada's top guides who are the leading mountain safety guides in North America.

Our food and accommodation in Mustangs beautiful remote lodge is outstanding. This coupled with the huge expanse of terrain available and the expert guiding staff at Mustang who go out of their way to find you fresh tracks and great terrain every run makes for a great experience. Gavin and Alison from Snowperformance will also work with you to get the best out of your skiing and give you techniques to enjoy the experience even more.

AT gear including skins is a bonus but not essential.

When camps are full we have a reserve list in case of drop out and or extra camps. Please contact Gavin with your details to get on the list.

Daily outline

You will arrive at the lodge the evening before the first day of skiing. We will be welcomed and fed excellent cuisine by the friendly staff that will go out of their way to look after all your needs.

The next morning you will be woken to coffee in bed, a breakfast feast and then a full days skiing adventure on the extensive terrain. Skiing ranges from open glades to endless tree runs and high glacial skiing amongst the many stunning peaks that are within Mustangs boundaries.

Mustang staff last year cut over 250 kilometers of roads in their new Piston bully cats to access more possible terrain. The guiding staff are second to none and they will lead you safely through this terrain.

After three days you should leave tired but with memories that you will never forget.

Our cats are booked exclusively for Snowperformance clients.

Transport in to Mustang

Mustang powder have recently said that all clients will use helicopter access to and from the lodge rather than the traditional school bus and cat journey that takes up to 3 hours, it will take 8 minutes.

They have also asked that each client pay an additional fee for this service, it will be approximately $150 return per head to be paid at the time.

  • 3 nights’ full board accommodation at the Mustang Lodge
  • 3 full days Cat skiing
  • Expert guiding from the best in North America
  • Avalanche and safety training, transceivers provided
  • Technique and tactical coaching from Snowperformance
  • Daily Digital Video

Not Included
  • Transport to BC
  • Beverages from the bar

Course Levels

Have questions about what level you are? Visit our Course Levels description page to get a better idea!