Quay North Urban acquired Hudson Bay Mountain Resort in 2010, becoming sole owner in 2015. In the past decade, Quay North Urban has carried out a revitalization of the mountain, including significant upgrades and expansion of mountain bike trails opening in 2023, making it a year-round destination. Hudson Bay Mountain provides a big mountain experience with small town charm.

Established in 1969, Hudson Bay Mountain Resort is the premium ski destination of Northern BC, offering incredible powder snow, family-friendly hospitality, and a mx of terrain to please skiers and snowboarders of any ability.

Rich in Canadian history, the mountain was named after the iconic Canadian company that was essential to the livelihood and infrastructure of the region in the 18th and 19th centuries. The earliest backcountry ski excursions began in the early 1930s when Norwegian and Swedish settlers brought skiing with them from the old country as a way of life.



Hudson Bay Mountain Village is Northwest BC’s only master-planned mountain community. Construction of 56 single family ski-in, ski-out residential lots is already underway. Future phases include 77 townhomes, 107 condominium units and a new boutique hotel and spa. Live the year-round mountain lifestyle dream at Hudson Bay Mountain Village. Click here to learn more.



British Columbia is renowned as the cat skiing mecca of the world, and Skeena Cat Skiing is the only operation in Northern BC. We operate from the only backcountry basecamp in Canada, and in of the largest and most skiable tenures in the province. Our tenure is approximately 600 square kilometers of pristine terrain, with new runs being developed each year. Existing runs have lengths up to 3,600 feet, and guests get up to 15 runs per day, with average vertical of 15,000 feet. The warm, moist

Pacific air collides with the cold, dry air from the interior creating huge dumps of perfect powder snow. The surrounding mountains further enhance the accumulation. If it’s snowing anywhere in BC, it’s most likely snowing at Skeena!