Whitecap
Early Season: January-February


Generally deep extremely light and dry high-quality powder snow available on all aspects and elevations. If you like pow face-shots, skiing glades and trees, this is the time to come. Lots of extended snowfall and accumulation. Book early to reserve your trip.

Photo Credit: Paul Wright
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Whitecap
Mid Season: February-March


The best balance of high quality snow in both the Alpine and Trees. Well settled snowpack. Wide ranging terrain options and longer days coupled with the best conditions make this the most sought after time of the season. Not uncommon to have spots fully booked more than a year in advance. Book early to reserve your trip.

Photo Credits: Robin O'Neill
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Whitecap
Mid-late Season: March-April


More opportunity for high mountain travel. Long days and a quickly stabilizing snowpack allows for the widest range of terrain options, summits and steep descents. More convective snowfall brings some of the best quality snow of the season. Frequent snow-storms and cool temperatures at night can result in fresh powder all month. Book early to reserve your trip.

Photo Credit: Jason Hummel
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