Backcountry Skiing Locations

Backcountry skiing is skiing in a sparsely inhabited rural region over ungroomed and unmarked slopes. Backcountry skiing can be highly dangerous due to the avalanche risk, the exhaustion from the climb, and the often steep terrain involved. Other hazards include cliff or rock hazards and tree wells. Backcountry skiing can involve multi-day trips through snow camping or the use of mountain huts where available. Remember to use the buddy system and avalanche beacons. You do not want your next trip to be your last. This section of Backcountry Secrets contains our list of all backcountry skiing locations that have been shared by our members. Please scroll down to view our list of backcountry skiing locations. If you know of other places to backcountry ski that are not in our list, please share.
California
Lat/Lon: 40.509396, -121.433076
Backcountry Skiing
Camping
Canoeing
Hiking & Backpacking
Horseback
Hot Springs
Mountain Biking
Snowshoeing
Idaho
Lat/Lon: 42.185913, -111.436279
Cross-Country Skiing
Snowshoeing
Yurt Camping
Snowmobiling
Backcountry Skiing
Idaho
Lat/Lon: 43.266165, -111.978321
Backcountry Skiing
Maryland
Lat/Lon: 39.54509, -79.13725
Backcountry Skiing
Camping
Canoeing
Cross-Country Skiing
Hiking & Backpacking
Mountain Biking
Snowshoeing
Swimming Holes
Massachusetts
Lat/Lon: 42.6977, -71.8919
Backcountry Skiing
Washington
Lat/Lon: 48.856132, -121.652985
Backcountry Skiing
Washington
Lat/Lon: 47.852757, -120.816459
Backcountry Skiing
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