Pillow Drops in Canada
Hands down – most incredible tree skiing on the planet. Interior British Columbia is where you’re going to get the trenching face shots and picture-perfect pillow lines you see in the movies. Skiing through old-growth glades while fat flakes fall from the sky evokes a euphoria not soon forgotten.
Of all the interior BC ranges to choose from, the Monashees is our favorite for its unique and special powder advantage. It just snows. All the time. We know because we’ve been shredding there long enough to know all the sweet spots. The Monashees are a delightfully consistent powder playground, boasting 60 FEET per year average snowfall. Average treeline temperatures of -7°C (20°F) make perfectly light, dry powder with just enough density to produce a healthy, reliable snowpack.
We love Canada for the advantageous fly ratio that staves off the down-day blues. Free refills, baby.