Nestled in the northern Rocky Mountain Trench, Little Mac Ski Hill is a small community operated ski resort near the town of Mackenzie, British Columbia. This town acquired its name and spirit of adventure from the famous explorer Alexander Mackenzie who camped nearby. Mackenzie is about 2 hours away by car from the city of Prince George.
This ski area has a vertical of 90 meters (295 ft), a tow lift and the longest run is 210 meters (689 ft). Apart from this ski area, Mackenzie has over 32 km (20 mi) of groomed, well-lit cross-country trails. Visitors to this little town that could may also enjoy the clean mountain air, abundant, awe-inspiring wilderness, and beautiful mountain ranges while canoeing, camping, hiking, fishing or enjoying other outdoor activities.
Mackenzie is the home of the World’s Largest Tree Crusher. Apres-ski, travelers can also visit Williston Lake, Mugaha Marsh, Morfee lake, Gaitaga Lake and John Dahl Regional Park.
This ski resort offers children and adults of all ages a chance to learn and enjoy skiing, snowboarding, tobogganing.