DEPART ON A UNIQUE GOLD RUSH TRAIL WINTER ADVENTURE. THINK COZY CABINS, SUNNY DAYS AND POWDER FOR MILES!
Visit a guest ranch or lodge, stay in a cozy cabin, or take on some winter camping as you visit wide open spaces filled with winter activity opportunities. Find fantastic snow conditions from mid-December to mid-March, perfect for downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, dogsledding, snowmobiling and much more. As the temperatures settle below freezing, strap on a pair of snowshoes and head into the woods to find the perfect ice-fishing lake, or enjoy a family afternoon touring by horse-drawn sleigh or dogsled.
Snowmobiling? Sled- hounds flock here from across North America for the wide-open spaces, abundant hill-climbs and extensive trail networks, some of them linking historic towns that are scattered about the region like gold nuggets. Snowmobilers can delight in the sheer magnitude of authorized trails waiting to be explored, including alpine peaks, noble forests, and lake tours. Try out the Gold Rush Snowmobile Trail, 170 km/106 mi long taking you from 70 Mile House to Horsefly.
Take to the trail with a pair of skis and enjoy exceptional trail systems and lengthy groomed networks that you can explore at your leisure. For the ultimate ski trip, take a look at a heliskiing vacation to find the ultimate powder and maximum vertical.
Ice climbing? It’s park-and-climb at Marble Canyon Provincial Park in the Pavilion Mountain Range near Lillooet, where the roadside icefalls are some of the most thrilling and accessible in western Canada. At the end of the day, curl up with a good book and a blanket by the fire in your cabin, chalet or lodge and rest up for more adventure in the morning!