They are an association of catskiing in Canada, in their association you can find around 20 operated in Canada, 7 in the United States and 4 more internationally.
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ou can get lower rates in the shoulder season for as little as $250$300/day, and in the high season at a lodge it may be $800/day or more. It all depends on the time of year and what is included (ie. food, lodging, etc.) The prime time is from earlymid January till March.
There are dangers in every sport, and catskiing is no exception. But the safeguards that are taken by Cat operators make catskiing one of the safest backcountry sports around. Unlike Snowmobiling, which is known in BC for it’s tragic avalanche death toll every year, Catskiing is highly supervised and regulated. Your guides are all trained by an accredited organization like the CSGA, and know how to read the terrain and keep you away from the known hazards. You are provided with an avalanche transceiver and you get a run through on what to do if an avalanche occurs in your area. It is highly recommended that you carry your own personal avalanche safety gear, and if you don’t have your own, the cat operator will have gear that those people can take turns sharing.