Hudson Bay Mountain Resort

Hudson Bay Mountain is our local ski area. Only 23km from downtown Smithers, Hudson Bay Mountain  is known for consistently excellent powder and friendly locals. Named as one of North America’s best secret ski towns by National Geographic (read the article Best Secret Ski Towns of North America), you’ll always find fresh tracks and rarely see a line up. Let Adventure Camp take you to Hudson Bay Mountain Resort.

View from Hudson Bay Mountain Ski Area

View from Hudson Bay Mountain Ski Area

Shames Mountain Ski Area

Located in Terrace, 200km west of Smithers, Shames Mountain boasts one of the deepest consistent snow packs in North America, receiving 475 inches per year. The ski area has 28 cut runs and plenty of natural glades, but the true magic is in the 7,800 acres of easily accessed backcountry. No trip to North West British Columbia with Adventure Camp is complete without getting some turns in at Ski-Shames.

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View from Shames Mountain Ski Area

Powder King Mountain Resort

Once you get to Powder King, it is easy to feel like the rest of the world has ceased to exist. A 560km journey from Smithers is well worth the time to sample Powder King’s big dumps of light fluffy snow. With 5,500 acres of in-bound terrain and only 27 marked runs, there are glades all day and friendly locals at the on-mountain hostel all night. Let Adventure Camp show you Powder King Mountain Resort.

Powder King

Powder King