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Powder King Mountain Resort

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NorthernWb wrote a review Apr 2017
Dawson Creek, British Columbia, Canada17 contributions8 helpful votes
Scenic, wilderness and a bit remote may sum up the location. At Azouzetta Lake you can find log style cabins if looking for a neat place to stay. The hill is steeper but not straight down. On real powder days its fun to go find the steepest parts of the mountain. Hiking the summit is worth the view and depending on the conditions of the day the side you pick can be very rewarding. The West side of the mountain you can find more open trees to find powder just be careful to be aware of how far off the hill you are getting. Access from top-T or hiking the summit.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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KSCS2015 wrote a review Feb 2017
Prince George, Canada32 contributions6 helpful votes
Worth the drive! Especially if there is new snow! Chair offers some nice options but Tbar to the top provides the best runs and views.
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Date of experience: January 2017
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kbatpg wrote a review Feb 2017
Prince George, Canada2 contributions
We took our granddaughter to PK for her first ever ski experience. For about $40 not including the tip she got an 1.5 hour group lesson. As it turned out she was the only one in the group. We had our time mixed up and were complaining even though we were wrong the instructor came out early and started the lesson early. Not only that they allowed her to practice with the equipment on the bunny hill prior to her lesson beginning. I wish I could recall her instructors name because he was awesome! Patient, kind and encouraging. They made it up the big hill once too. We did not ski as we wanted to watch the lesson but we are headed up this weekend on the PK express as the hill looks incredible. Ken Bielert
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Date of experience: January 2017
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Lee B wrote a review Feb 2017
Alberta, Canada189 contributions59 helpful votes
Visited Powder King with my 7 year old daughter who is a ski racer. The temp was frigid so the hill was practically deserted. We loved this place, there are numerous beginner runs, a large variety of intermediate groomers where you can get some great speed as they are steep, wide and you can see all the way to the bottom. We didn't get to ski many of the expert runs as there were warning signs of marginal ski conditions. However we will certainly be back to shred this perfect mix of powder and groomed runs in the future. It really feels like this is the middle of nowhere and the amenities at the hill are very basic, small lodge and dining area with some retail gear and a rental shop all in the same common room, but this is also part of it's charm. we have been to the big mountains, sunshine, Lake Lousie, Fernie etc. but really loved the backwoods charm and untouched areas we encountered here. It was almost like having our own private mountain.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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kjcollin wrote a review Mar 2016
Onoway, Canada16 contributions1 helpful vote
I've never skiing in so much snow ! Been 3 times and every time there's been fresh untouched snow to ride. Only thing is the chair lift is slow
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Date of experience: March 2016
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