Steamboat Powdercats


A day with Steamboat Powdercats will combine huge amounts of snow with a variety of terrain

 This, along with its easy accessibility, just 25 minutes from Steamboat town, means Steamboat Powdercats has become one of the most sought-after snowcat experiences in North America.

Located just north of the Steamboat ski area across Fish Creek Canyon, Buffalo Pass is home to Colorado's deepest snowpack and is where Steamboat Powdercats has been operating snowcat skiing tours for the past 35 years.

A typical powder day provides you with a huge amount of skiing and snowboarding with guests experiencing up to 16 runs in a day, depending on group size and ability. With a three course lunch included and a private photographer, your powdercat day could well be the best on-snow day of your life.

"Experience the deepest snowpack in Colorado with aspen groves so perfectly spaced its as if mother nature loves to shred."

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A typical day with Steamboat Powdercats.



Located in Buffalo Pass. Expect aspen groves, steeps and mellow terrain, and incredibly deep snow. All runs are below the tree line with between 8 to 16 runs per day depending on group ability and size, run selection and conditions.


December to March



Single day packages, levels 1, 2 and 3

Our Prices

Every holiday is tailor-made, just for you.

To give you the most choice and best value, we create every holiday from scratch. This means that the quotation you receive is unique, based on your preferred departure dates, group size and holiday preferences.

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