- Our terrain demands a strong intermediate or expert skiing or snowboarding ability to enjoy this guided backcountry adventure.
- Our safety record is second to none.
- Powder skis are available upon request. Please inquire at your time of reservation.
- Beacons are provided.
- Hearty lunch of sandwiches, soups and desserts is provided.
- A quick drive from Summit County. 90 minute drive from Denver.
- Operating from the top of Vail Pass - Interstate-70.
- Click here to Copper Mountain Snow Report
- Click here to view surrounding DOT cameras
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the hours of operation?
The snow cat departs from the Vail Pass rest area at 9 am (we ask that you meet us there at 8:45 am) and returns to Vail Pass by 5:00 pm.
When should we get ready?
Skiers and riders should be dressed and ready for a day of skiing upon arrival to the snow cat at the Vail Pass rest area.
Where do we meet?
We meet at Vail Pass rest area at 9 am. I-70 exit 190.
Are the tours guided?
All tours are guided by trained and experienced ski guides.
How many people can go?
Snow cats hold up to 12 guests. We require a minimum of 5 skiers to run the snow cat each day.
Will we have lunch?
Hearty lunch of sandwiches, soups and desserts is provided.
How much skiing will we get to do?
An average ski run ranges between 700-1750ft. Average ski days are between 8-12 runs depending on your group.
What months do you offer snow cat skiing?
We start operations in mid December and run through the end of April depending on snow conditions.
Do we need reservations?
Advanced and secure reservations are required.
Our highly experienced guides will take you on a breathtaking and memorable trip.