Best Snowboarding in British Columbia

Looking for the best snowboarding in British Columbia? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around British Columbia. The detailed guides, photos, and reviews are all submitted by the incredible Outbound community.

  • Hike Mount Seymour to First Peak

    The elevation gain to first peak is approximately 451m and is about 9km.There are several ways to get to the top, each trail is marked well. One way is to follow the ski run up to brockton point and then take the turn off to Mount Seymour. Do not ...

  • Explore Whistler Mtn in the Off-Season

    Whistler Mountain is a world class ski destination in winter and a biking paradise in summer, but if you happen to be here in spring or fall, there's a whole other world of magic to enjoy. The access road is cut with machinery in early spring once...

  • Hike to Raven Lake

    To reach the trailhead travel east from Prince George on Highway 16. At 88 km turn right onto Hungary Creek Service Road. Travel 13 km on the main road and turn right at the junction (keep your eye out for the sign). From here there its only 3 km ...

    6.2 miles 1476.4 ft gain

  • Ski or Snowboard Big White Ski Resort

    Big White Ski Resort is located about 56 km southeast of Kelowna in the Southern Interior of British Columbia. Its the highest summit in the Okanagan Highland. It is the third largest resort in British Columbia after Whistler-Blackcomb and Sun Pea...

  • Snowshoe Mt. Seymour to Tim Jones Peak

    You'll see traction of all sorts in the Mt. Seymour area during Winter months, including: yak tracks, microspikes, crampons, snowshoes, skis (with and without skins), and my personal favourite, the magic carpet.The Mt. Seymour trail parallels the...

    5.6 miles 1607.6 ft gain

  • Hike Green Mountain, BC

    Green Mountain is located out in the Nanaimo Lakes area and used to be a ski hill back in the 60's. There was a lodge and even a t-bar to get you up the hill (both of which are nothing more than dilapidated remains now). The mountain's ski-based p...

    3.1 miles 985 ft gain

  • Ski Tour to the Summit of Half Dome

    Hiking to the summit of Half Dome is a rewarding backcountry ski trip that can be done with ease of access from Whitewater Ski Resort.After riding the Silver King Lift (no inbounds ascent on foot allowed), exit the resort through the backcountry g...

  • Ski the "Peak To Creek" in Whistler

    Start at the Creekside Gondola in the Whistler Creekside Village - The village that is closest to Vancouver. There is generally lots of parking in the parkade, although it can get very busy on the weekends. You will need a lift pass, which you can...

  • Ski or Snowboard at Powder King Mountain Resort

    Powder King is approximately 2 hours, or 200km (124miles) North of Prince George, BC, Canada and Grande Prairie, Alberta is 384km (238miles) Southeast.Once you get to Powder King there is no cell phone service or access to WIFI, which makes it aw...

  • Backcountry Ski at Powder Creek Lodge

    Ask most people about the mountains of eastern British Columbia and they'll likely think you mean the Canadian Rockies. But mention the Purcell Mountains and you're more than likely to get a blank stare back at you. And that's a good thing.The Pur...

  • Ski Spanky's Ladder

    Take Blackcomb's Glacier Express and head skiers left, veer a quick right and then bootpack up a stretch of snow to the entrance of Spanky's Ladder. Be careful on the walk in - there's a large blowhole to your left and the path can be narrow.  The...

  • Backcountry Ski in Rogers Pass

    The back country skiing in riding in Rogers Pass is top notch. The snow quality and quantity is some of the best in North America with easy access to some very steep terrain.  What to Know Rogers Pass is known for it's avalanches. The whole pass s...