FWA Cat Skiing

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Cat Skiing at Fernie Wilderness Adventures in Fernie, BC

FWA is nestled in a mountain range known for its legendary snowfall, just southeast of the Fernie Alpine Resort. Our tenure contains over 5,000 acres of terrain with a variety of open runs, gladed tree skiing, and many different ridges to begin your descent from. Our guides have a vast knowledge of our entire terrain and will guide you through and over ridges, valleys, and spectacular gladed meadows. With our maximum elevation at over 7,150 ft / 2170 meters, with strong storms and lots of snow arriving from the South West, perfect for skiers and snowboarders to enjoy the renowned Canadian Rockies.


 Rates for the 2024/2025 season

Early/late season rate – from opening day up to and including Jan 8, and March 17 to end of season

$650.00 + 5% tax per person/per day

Regular season rate

$750.00 + 5% tax per person/per day

Cat Skiing with FWA

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Happy Customers

“Just an awesome experience. Exceeded all of my expectations. Great guides, endless variety of first-track terrain and champagne powder everywhere.

It has spoiled me for skiing anywhere else.”

Douglas B

on Facebook

“Best ski day I’ve ever had!!!! I will admit I was a bit nervous about whether I could ski this terrain. Our guide Mike was so good about insuring safety, and the tail Kevin gave me lots of great tips.

I’ll be back next year.

I really appreciate skiing with you guys, thank you very much for such an amazing day.”

David J

on Powderhounds.com

“Undoubtedly a great experience. With expansive terrain and genuine expertise, the crew at FWA cultivated a fantastic day for our group. Each run was a spectacular new adventure helping easily check another item of the bucket list.

I’ll be back for sure.”

Ben J

on Facebook

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