- Perhaps from the brand name Sno-Cat, probably from snow + caterpillar track. (Wiktionary)
“In the winter, the only way to get from Cap Chat to the lodge is by snowcat, which is about a two-hour trip.”
“But since the snowcat was a bit under the weather, our group of 12 made the 25-mile trip in a 1957 dark blue Bombardier.”
“The activity involves guests being taken up a mountainside on a treaded vehicle called a snowcat and then traversing down the slopes on fresh snow.”
“The snowcat is a tractor-like contraption that lumbers on through the wilderness past lodgepole and jeffrey pine up to a clearing with incredible views of the surrounding mountains.”
“The five-night trip includes a day of guided backcountry skiing at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, a day of snowcat skiing at nearby Grand Targhee Resort and a day with High Mountain Heli-skiing.”
“This season it is offering cat skiing for the first time, ferrying guests to its 20 private cut runs which can be groomed upon request or an endless array of powdery, featured terrain via snowcat.”
“We had a great group of people on the snowcat, and we really bonded.”
“This involved taking two lifts, and then a snowcat, and then a 45 minute hike along the ridge, ending at over 12,000 feet elevation.”
“So, they hauled the heart attack victim out to the clinic by snowcat, and diverted that chopper to land on the slope about 100 yards below the guy who hit the tree.”
“For dinner, take a snowcat up to the mid-mountain lodge for a three -, four - or five-course dinner with wine pairings for $79, $99 and $139 a person.”
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