Owning at Wilderness Club certainly appeals to skiers and snowboarders. That is because there are three incredible ways to click into your bindings or jump on your snowboard all within an hour of the community. Just 45-minutes north is Fernie Alpine Resort. One of Canada’s most popular winter destinations it offers residents of Wilderness Club over 2,500 skiable acres, 142 named runs and five bowls. Driving 45 minutes east takes you to Whitefish Mountain Resort, whose 3,000 skiable acres, 105 marked trails, bowl skiing and five terrain parks await.
Only 30 minutes away is Great Northern Powder Guides, one of North America’s premier cat skiing operations. With over 17,000 acres of intermediate and advanced terrain–and a heated snowcat to get you there—Wilderness Club residents have one more reason to love winter. Owners can have the Wilderness Club concierge arrange for a Montana cat skiing day where they can ski or snowboard 10,000 to 12,000 vertical feet each day. Great Northern Powder Guides recently expanded its terrain so you can look forward to making tracks riding the new Steep & Deep Cat, which gives guests an additional 1,000 to 2,000 vertical feet a day.
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