Your Mountain winter wonderland. - Gostlin Keefer Lake Lodge
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Deep, light and lots of it!

The Catskiing Tenure at Gostlin Keefer Lake Lodge Catskiing offers the best catskiing in the world. We are located in the Monashee Mountain Range in BC, Canada. We have over 86,500 acres of expert mountain terrain. We are continually developing more of our tenure through extensive glading programs and road building. The snow here is super deep. You will be skiing in tight trees at times. There is no beginner terrain. We are the perfect place for strong confident skiers and snowboarders with backcountry experience skiing or riding off-piste.

Keefer Lake Lodge Catskiing Reviews
Todd Avison tree skiing at Keefer Lake Lodge Catskiing

Tree Skiing!

Chris Whitehead slashing pow at Keefer Lake Catskiing

Open Alpine Pow!

Kyle Sanguin Keefer Lake Catskiing Photographer

Big Terrain Features!

Catskiing terrain in the Monashee Mountains

Lots of Terrain to Explore!

Fresh Powder Catskiing in BC

Plenty of pow to go 'round!

John Holman tree skiing at Keefer Lake Lodge catskiing

We love our tree skiing!

Catskiing Stats

Tenure Area & Size

Fresh Tracks all day long!

86,500 acres
135 square miles
350 square kilometres

Highest Elevation:

Yeoward Mountain

2,140 meters
7,000 feet

Daily Runs

Pack the Red Bull


Active Snow Roads / Access:

To get to the goods

Over 50 kilometres
More than 31 miles

Lowest Elevation:

Keefer Lodge Base

1,400 meters
4,600 feet


Alpine, Glades and Trees

10-20% alpine / gladed
90-80% sub-alpine / trees

Avg Daily Vertical


2,500 – 4,600 meters
8,000 – 15,000 feet
Ski runs are between 300 – 800 meters (1,000 – 2,500 feet) long.


Gotta get up to get down

2 dedicated passenger PB400 snowcats each holds 14 Guests
2 PB400 snowcats for road-making, grooming, and debris-clearing
1 PB400 back-up passenger snowcat for safety and emergency response
1 RZR tracked UTV.

Avg Annual Snowfall:

Deep, Light & Plentiful!

14 meters
46 feet or 550 inches

See you in the snow!