Ski Smithers





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Ski Smithers
British Columbia
Canada
Phone: 250 847-2058


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About the Ski Resort

Located between Prince Rupert and Prince George, Ski Smithers is in the heart of BC. This central location provides tons of white stuff and allows for a long season for skiers and boarders.

At the convergence of several mountain ranges, Smithers is a well varied mountain that offers challenging terrain that ranges from extreme to sublime. With over 30 trails to keep a rider occupied, Smithers can give a rider all he needs and more.

Ski resort area details


Alpine Skiing: Yes
Night Skiing: No
Heli-Skiing: No
Snowcat Skiing: No
Snowboarding: No
Snowshoe trails: No
Cross country: 18 km
Snow tubing: No
 

 Easiest:  25 %

 More Difficult:  55 %

 Most Difficult:  20 %

 Experts only:  --
AVERAGE USER RATING

Not rated


Pace of Play: Pace of play: 0
Money Value: Money value: 0
Tees: Tees: 0
Service: Service: 0



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Mountain Statistics


Base elevation:  3,700 ft
Summit elevation:  5,500 ft
Vertical drop:  1,800 ft
Skiable area:  300 acres
Annual snowfall:  200 in
Snowmaking:  0 %
 
Number of trails:  34
Number of lifts:  4
Types of lifts:  1 Carpet,
 2 T-Bars,
 1 Triple Chair


Ski Resort Services


Childcare  Yes
Adaptive skier:  No
Nearby lodging:  Yes
 
Ski lessons:  Yes
Snowboard lessons:  Yes
 
Ski rentals:  Yes
Snowboard rentals:  Yes


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Ski Resort directions


By Air : Daily flights from Vancouver, B.C. with Canadian Regional Airlines or Central Mountain Air By Rail: Via Rail provides regular service to Smithers. By Car: Smithers is on Yellowhead Highway 16 approximately half way between Prince George, B.C. and Prince Rupert, B.C. Check with the Highways Ministry for a current road report. By Ferry: Regular B.C. Ferry Service or Alaska Ferries can deliver you to Prince Rupert, B.C. from where you can then take the train or follow scenic highway 16 east to Smithers. (For more information about visiting Alaska, check out the State of Alaska site.)