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Friday, September 24, 2004

Sampling of food photos from a backcountry lodge. Breakfasts are usually buffet-style including a different egg dish every day, sausage or ham, a variety of baked goods including fresh bread, muffins and croissants, as well as cereals, fresh fruit, yogurt and juices.

Lunches are browsed on in the snowcats and comprise a variety of sandwiches and wraps, cookies, cakes and other baked goods, fruit and fresh-cut vegetables. A good supply of water is always available in the cats.

At the end of the skiing day, the chef will have appetizers and perhaps soup in the bar and there are always snacks, fruit and drinks set out to ward off the odd hunger pang. No one goes hungry at a backcounty cat skiing lodge.

Dinner is an informal affair, which may be buffet style at some cat skiing operations or served by the staff in others. Meals usually include a salad, vegetables, a meat course and an excellent dessert.

Cat skiing operators are always very careful and accommodating with clients having food allergies, special diets or other food-related needs, or just fussy tastes. Make sure you give operators lots of warning of special needs.