The Bulkley Valley is full of mountains and potential for great skiing. A full collection of our maps and resources is here for you to use. Backcountry skiing is inherently dangerous so make sure that you are aware of your surroundings at all times and make careful plans before heading out. We will continue to update and add to our collection of resources, and if you see an area that is missing or would like to see added to our list please send us an email.
Northwest of Smithers, Corya Creek is an adventurous tour for which you must have a plan. Access via Highway 16, find a map of the area below. The BBSS is hoping to get beta and information together.
One of the most easily accessed alpine areas in the Babine Mountains. Head southeast of Smithers and drive for 27.7km on Babine Lake Road. Park just past Smokey Creek Bridge. Ski 2km on old cutblock road, and watch for flagging. This area can be severly wind and sun affected so use your best judgement.
A success story for the Backcountry Ski model where human powered recreation has flourished. Find more information about this special terrain or book the cabin below.
Our friends to the west in Terrace have some incredible terrain to explore. Our snowpacks vary significantly, so make sure that you are up to date with snow conditions and weather before making the decision to tour!
The northern valley between Hudson Bay Mountain, Elliot and Evelyn Peaks holds much opportunity for skiing. A long approach from either McDonnell Lake Road or along Toboggan Creek Road is necessary with a snowmobile being permissible along the latter.
An amazing area for snowmobiling and skiing. This area is open to our engine-equipped friends so please recognize this and ski carefully and be understanding that we do not have an exclusive access agreement for this area, share the snow! Maps to be uploaded soon.