Tabor Mountain Ski Resort (Downhill Skiing)

 

Tabor Mountain Ski Resort is a small ski area located just 20 km east of Prince George in the Northern British Columbia. The mountain has 12 downhill runs and 244m (800 ft) of vertical drop on 73 hectares (180 acres) of skiable terrain. The resort offers its visitors magnificent views of the surrounding landscape, superb powder and virtually no lineups at the lifts. Its northern location and annual abundance of snow allow for longer-than-usual skiing seasons, normally starting in November and ending in April.

During the summer months Tabor Mountain Bike Park is an excellent destination for bikers of all ages, offering a variety of trails from easy ones for beginners to double-black diamond ones for experts.

At the base of the mountain there is a day lodge, a licensed restaurant, and a ski and snowboard rental shop. For those who are new to the alpine sports can take advantage of the skiing and snowboarding lessons offered at the resort.

Address

PO Box 1570
Prince George, British Columbia
V2L 4V5

Contact Information

250-963-7542 Lodge
250-963-3131 Ski School
250-963-3354 Fax
ridehard@tabormountain.com

Additional Information

Mountain Stats

  • Vertical Drop:          244m (800 ft)
  • Longest run:          
  • Highest Elevation:   795 m (2,607 ft)
  • Base Elevation:       549 m (1,800 ft)
  • Annual Snowfall:    
  • Skiable terrain:       73 hectares (180 acres)
  • Lifts:                      1 Triple Chair, 1 Handle Tow
  • Lift Capacity:           1,400 riders per hour
  • Runs:                    12
  • Run Difficulty:         25% 50% 25% (beg/int/adv-exp)
  • Terrain Parks:         Yes
  • Half Pipe:               No
  • Night skiing:           Yes
  • Snow Making:          No
  • Nordic Trails:           20 km

Activities

  • Skiing & Snowboarding
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Snowshoeing
  • Terrain Park

Services and Facilities

  • Ski shop
  • Equipment Rentals & repairs
  • Day Lodge
  • Restaurant
  • Ski and Snowboard Lessons

User Reviews

Overcharged

Submitted by Guest on January 18, 2013

These people insisted on charging my 13 yr old daughter for an adult pass as she did not have id. Could not use the test of common sense.

 

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