An area of consistently high snowfall the Cariboos offer versatile skiing with the added advantage of below tree line skiing on days when the weather is poor.
The terrain of the Cariboos is an amalgamation of all the different kinds of features that make up great skiing. Guests of the Cariboos can enjoy a huge range of runs including long powder-cloaked old-growth forests, steep serpentine ridgelines, friendly glades, rock-edged couloirs, undulating glaciers as well as planar mountain faces, not to mention chaotic combinations of all of the above!
If you're looking for a challenge, check out the Steep Skiing Weeks and Powder 505 which are exclusive to the Cariboos and hosted by Assistant Manager and skier-extraordinaire, Dave Gauley. Rounding out the management team is Erin Tuenissin and Nicki Dryden, two long-time CMHers who, along with their team, are totally committed to making your CMH experience truly memorable.
Skier Level: The Cariboos are suitable only for physically fit, well-experienced skiers and snowboarders who enjoy a fast pace.
|Season||December to April
|Snowfall Average||@ 1,800m = 1,400cm
|Lodge Capacity||44 Guests
|Terrain Area||1,800 sq. km - 382 Runs
|Notable Runs||Moustache, Crazy Horse,
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