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When the weather turns cooler and the lakes seal themselves shut from shore to shore, a new type of adventure is born. The Land of Hidden Waters is known for frozen adventures on the slopes of its four ski hills, in the hole of the ice where fishermen find their catch, on the snowmobile, cross-country ski and snowshoe trails, the skating rinks, and in the many cozy cabins that await after a day in a winter wonderland. Trade the long lift lines and expensive resort prices for uncrowded slopes, unique and affordable lodges and accommodations, winter waterfall viewing, new activity finding, and quiet nights by the crackling fire under a sea of stars.

Mary Putnam | Harper Mountain Ski and Snowboard, Kamloops

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Epic amounts of snow in this region are met with world-class winter adventure in the form of downhill skiing, dog sledding, and fat biking to name a few. After skiing, skate on a smooth natural lake in the peace of nature and snowshoe amongst snow-covered trees for a new winter adventure every day.

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BArriEre

Lower North Thompson Valley

Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails are complimented with guest ranches and nearby adventures like downhill skiing. Create a winter getaway like no other by pairing wild adventure, ranch life, and easy winter exploring on snowshoes or cross-country skis.

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Allen Jones | Barriere Lower North Thompson Valley
Darren Hull | Helmcken Falls, Wells Gray Provincial Park

WeLLs Gray

Provincial Park

British Columbia’s winter waterfall capital comes to life in a frosty, Narnia-like frozen paradise that pairs perfectly with a winter lodge getaway, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing adventure. Much of Wells Gray Provincial Park remains open and accessible in winter, waiting to be explored.

Back Country Skiing in Wells Gray
Cross Country Skiing in Wells Gray
Down Hill Skiing in Wells Gray
Snow Mobiling in Wells Gray
Snowshoeing in Wells Gray
Ice Fishing in Wells Gray

Cariboo

Chilcotin Coast

Snowmobile trails, ice fishing, downhill skiing, daytime and nighttime cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing keep you occupied by day while cozy cabin accommodations in the woods will keep you warm and refuelled at night. Just like in summer, there are countless lakes to ice fish and skate on every day.

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Jonny Bierman | Sheridan Lake, Cariboo Chilcotin Coast
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