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The best Snowcat Skiing and Boarding
Our 34th Year!

Used Stand Up Paddleboard Sale!
Stand Up Paddle Boards
When: Saturday, September 20th 10:00am to 4pm. One day only!
Where: Alpine Base and Edge, 2709 Spruce St., Boulder: click for map.
For more details, see our annoucements page.
New and Used SUPs and gear all on sale at clearance prices!
You can see some of our board prices on our website at: Stand Up Paddleboards on Sale.



Try a taste of fresh powder with this short video!

Colorado's best Snowcat Skiing + Boarding

* Powder, deep, fresh, it is calling you!
* Snowcats give you access to the best powder!
* World class backcountry skiing/boarding awaits!
* You deserve deep powder and fresh tracks, sign up today to get yours!

How does Snowcat Skiing and Boarding work?
-Skiers & boarders are transported to the top of their runs by a powerful snowcat in fully enclosed & heated cabins.
-Snowcats run regardless of weather, even on the stormiest of days you will be out enjoying amazing powder.
-Once at the bottom of your run your snow cat will be waiting for you to transport you and your group back to the top in comfort to do it all over again.

Riding in a Snow Cat

Four great trips:

- Choose your tour based on location, snowfall, or terrain.
- Become one of the elite Cat Skiers by trying all of these tours.
- Each of these Snowcat Tours is awesome and a little different.

San Juan Snowcats in Creede, CO (Southern Mountains)

Average snowfall: 350-450 inches/year
Days of Operation: Mid-December to the end of May, snow permitting.
Higher, Steeper, Deeper, this trip can give you the most advanced terrain
East and West Facing Slopes that hold the powder

Inside of a Snowcat

Snowcat Skiing/Boarding near Winter Park, CO (Central Mountains closest to Denver)

Days of Operation: Mid-December to the end of April, snow permitting
Average snowfall: 250-350 inches/year
One hour from the Denver area
East facing bowl that holds lots of powder

San Juan Ski Company near Durango, CO (Southwest Mountains)

Average snowfall: 280 inches/year
Days of Operation: December 1st to May 7th
East Facing bowls that hold the powder
35,000 acres of breathtaking terrain

Chicago Ridge Snowcat Tours near Leadville, CO (Central Mountains behind Vail Ski Area)

Days of Operation: Mid-December to early April, snow permitting
Average snowfall: 250 inches/year
Access to 6 bowls, mostly West facing and SW Facing slopes. Due to the direction of these bowls, this trip will get the most direct sun, making this Snowcat tour the warmest in Colorado on a sunny day
Lunch is cooked on site by your guides in a backcountry tent



Pricing, available dates and the ability to book your Snowcat Tour online right now!
Use the links above to look at specific details on each of these fantastic Snowcat Tours. On each of our trip pages we will have a brown box that has prices and the second box will display a calendar showing available dates. Just click on the trip date in the second box and you can register for a trip online.


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