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Nestled in the pristine wilderness of the Canadian Rockies, Powder King offers the best of the great outdoors, with an amazing annual snowfall of 41 feet, our terrain ranges from breath taking drops for the adventurous skier, to the gentle groomed...more
Mile 122 John Hart Highway | Fraser-Fort George, British Columbia VOJ 2CO, Canada
Scenic, wilderness and a bit remote may sum up the location. At Azouzetta Lake you can find log style cabins if looking for a neat place to stay. The hill is steeper but not straight down. On real powder days its fun to go find...More
We took our granddaughter to PK for her first ever ski experience. For about $40 not including the tip she got an 1.5 hour group lesson. As it turned out she was the only one in the group. We had our time mixed up and...More
Visited Powder King with my 7 year old daughter who is a ski racer. The temp was frigid so the hill was practically deserted. We loved this place, there are numerous beginner runs, a large variety of intermediate groomers where you can get some great...More
We have had a lot of fun exploring the many runs. There is a good variety for different skiing and snowboarding levels: green, blue and black diamond runs, groomed and un-groomed runs.
The people that operate the lifts and other areas (rental shop, snack shop,...More
We ski frequently at PK and are never dissapointed in the snow conditions, almost always can find fresh powder. However to call it a resort is a stretch!! We have stayed at the hostel and although it was clean and comfortable I did not find...More
I have had a season's pass for PK for the last 21 years. I am 55+ so the year's skiing is only $370. Considering that I get 50+ days a year, that's very cheap.
The snow does not get better than it is at PK....More
Yes. The hill is open for the year. Generally it opens on the 2nd or 3rd Thursday in November. Every year PK gets a little better and unless mother nature goes crazy, it will be open for many years to come.