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Park City Powder Cats

Thousand Peaks Ranch, Park City, UT 84055
+1 435-649-6596
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Expensive at $500

I've cat skied 4 times, this being my 2nd time with this outfit. Every cat operation in 3 states... read more

Reviewed February 26, 2017
james k
South Fork, Colorado
Back Country Paradise

When you've skied all the resorts and are looking for something new, the Uinta Mountian back... read more

Reviewed February 22, 2017
Jess H
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Park City Powdercats is Utah's largest snowcat skiing operation. Operating on a privately owned ranch in the Uinta Mountains. No Lift Lines, No Resort Boundaries just unadulterated backcountry skiing! With a plentitude of terrain and Utah’s famous powder conditions, we are able to bring our guests on a trip of a lifetime.
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Thousand Peaks Ranch, Park City, UT 84055
+1 435-649-6596
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Reviewed February 26, 2017

I've cat skied 4 times, this being my 2nd time with this outfit. Every cat operation in 3 states that I've skied with had excellent friendly guides. The key to cat skiing is having it snow a lot in the days prior to your booking....More

1  Thank james k
Reviewed February 22, 2017

When you've skied all the resorts and are looking for something new, the Uinta Mountian back country is a great option. This is not extreme skiing, but it is extremely beautiful, extremely well organized and pretty safe. It's about equal parts luxury and adventure. A...More

Thank Jess H
Reviewed February 1, 2017

This is a great operation. We had pow runs all day despite being 6 days after the last storm. Be sure you have your powder legs and fat skis on---this is not for the powder newbie!! Awesome guides and facilities. Great people run this awesome...More

1  Thank Skier_doc
Reviewed January 16, 2017

You will never want to ski at a ski resort again after having a whole mountain range to ski and never having to cross another ski track all day. I actually got there on a day (listen to this) that the guides said there is...More

6  Thank Rod H
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Reviewed December 29, 2016 via mobile

I just spent an incredible day with Park City Powder Cats. I have skied all over the world and would rank PC Powder Cats as one of my best skiing experiences. The terrain is varied with steep open fields and Aspen glade skiing. We skied...More

2  Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed March 18, 2016

This is my third CAT trip I have been on. The others were in BC and Montana. By far this was the best skiing. If you like BIG open bowls this is where you want to be. There is some low angle tree runs as...More

2  Thank Francis B
Reviewed March 15, 2016

When my SLC-based friend invited me to fly in for a day of snowcat skiing with a group of his friends, I didn't need much convincing....I had previously tried the snowcat skiing out of Snowbird, as well as the heli skiing from Wasatch Powder Birds...More

3  Thank jeniferb
Reviewed March 11, 2016

Hands down the best cat experience. Solid crew, solid skiing, had to look for the goods. But the guides knew exactly where to take our group of 12. Must do ski/snowboard experience.

1  Thank Koji P
Reviewed February 21, 2016

To everyone who wants to ski fresh dry powder, this is a great place to go. You go up in the Cats with two guides, one tests the terrain to make sure its safe and then one goes after everyone in the group. The guides...More

2  Thank Rod Z
Reviewed March 12, 2015

PC Powder Cats is a great operation...knowledgeable and friendly guides, beautiful ranch setting, comfortable cats and good breakfast/lunch/snacks. We were lucky enough to be able to go soon after a storm, so conditions were great (and apparently the guides can usually find good snow weeks...More

Thank DanK2
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