Powder King More Than Lives Up To Its Name
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When I spent my first season on the west coast five years ago, the weather was terrible. We were skunked out by rain every day, and there was no snow. I kept seeing videos of people up at Powder King, without a care in the world, enjoying the mounds of fresh snow, the good times, and perfect pow turns.
Since then, I've always been tempted to get to Powder King and it seemed like the perfect road trip. I made a promise to myself that I would trek north to visit the famous in skiing and riding circles, Powder King, whose big claim to fame is living up to its name for its crazy good snow.
When You Go
If you are heading to Powder King, we at SnowSeekers want to remind you to always ski with a buddy and a whistle. Our advice is to "ski with a buddy" which is easy because it's easy to make friends here. The whistle is a must, considering the tree wells here are DEEP because of the bounty of POW waiting on almost every run. For more on Powder King and to check into Powder Town, ski over to www.PowderKing.com
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Powder King, the legend, is only hours away with WestJet making more stops into Prince George now and other spots across Canada’s West via WestJet.
(Seekers encourages you to fly sustainably)
SnowSeekers suggestion #RoadTrip2020! Link Powder King, Grande Prairie/Nitehawk (home to a surf park, yes surfing in winter) and Marmot Basin, Jasper.
Move into Powder Town - stay well, book now and see your soul soar https://stay.powderking.com/cabins-suites/
For more on what’s in store for you when you ski the King, head over to our SnowSeekers Powder King pages.