Troll Ski

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Troll Ski is a ski area located in the province of British Columbia in Canada. The resort is in the town of Quesnel, BC.

We recently ranked all of British Columbia's ski resorts, so you can see where Troll Ski stacks up against all its nearby ski hills!

Season Passes

Troll Ski is not a part of any nationwide lift ticket system. Passes such as Epic, IKON, or Mountain Collective allow pass holders to ski at multiple mountians with a single purchase. Unfortunately, none of those passes with with Troll Ski. To purchase season passes, you'll need to visit Troll Ski's website.

Lodging Options

There are numerous options to stay at Troll Ski around the resort. Check out the available options with the form below.

Troll Ski Terrain Overview

Troll Ski has a total of 16 ski trails, which are serviced by 4 ski lifts, gondolas and/or trams. Troll Ski is considered a smaller than average ski area, with only a maximum of 240 acres available to ski. This area is equivalent to 97 hectares, 0 square miles, or 1 square kilometers.

Troll Ski's slopes see on average 150 inches (46 m) of snowfall a year. That is almost 12 feet a year!

Total Runs
Ski Lift
Skiable Acres
240(1 km2)
Annual Snowfall
150"(4,572 cm)

Troll Ski Elevation

Troll Ski has a summit elevation of 5,000 feet, or 1,524 meters. However, not all of that elevation is able to be skied. The base of the ski slope sits at 3,300 feet above sea level, creating a ski hill that is 1,700 feet (518 meters) high. This is referred to as the slope's vertical drop - or a measure of how high the skiable hill is.

Troll Ski's summit elevation is higher than average. There are a lot of ski slopes that are much higher than this one (some stretch to 12,000 feet!), but it is not small by any stretch of the imagination.

Mountain Summit
Summit Elevation
5,000'(1,524 m)
Vertical Drop
Vertical Drop
1,700'(518 m)
Mountain base
Base Elevation
3,300'(1,006 m)

Troll Ski Difficulty Level

Difficulty Score
44.8out of 100
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Troll Ski can be beginner-friendly, but it depends on the ski trails you ride. While it ranks in the lower half of all North American ski areas in terms of overall difficulty, it still has 67% of its trails rated at or above intermediate ski level.


At Parks & Trips, we've created a proprietary Difficulty Score that attempts to show how difficult a particular ski slope is. We get to this number by combining a number of metrics for each resort and comparing them to its peers. Most of the score is based off the amount of easy-intermediate-expert slopes by acreage and the maximum vertical drop of the overall resort, but also includes a few lesser-used metrics as well.

Our algorithm compares each resort’s metrics with all others in North America, then assigns each a Difficulty Score, which we use to rank them accordingly. Resorts with a lower score are easier to ski than those with a higher one. However, a high score does not mean that the resort does not have any easy slopes, or vice versa. This is just an overall score given to the resort based on all its metrics grouped together.

Skiable Terrain by Difficulty Level

Troll Ski has 240 total skiable acres, which can be broken down into the three main groups of difficulty: Beginner, Intermediate, and Expert.

Troll Ski is mostly a beginner-friendly ski area, with about 33% of its trails as easy. However, it also has its fair share of more difficult runs - which account for the remaining 67%.
Green Circle
33%(79 acres)

Beginner trails (identified by a green circle) are the easiest trails on the hill with a gradual 25% or less gradient, and are usually wide to accommodate beginner skiers.

Blue Square
40%(96 acres)

Intermediate trails (identified by a blue square) are usually the most popular and crowded runs, which have a slope of anywhere between 25-40%.

Black Diamond
27%(65 acres)

Expert trails (identified by a black diamond... or two) are the hardest slopes on the mountain, and have very steep gradients over 40%.

Is Troll Ski good for beginners?

Troll Ski can be beginner-friendly, depending on the runs you take. While it ranks in the lower half of all North American ski areas in terms of overall difficulty, it still has 67% of its trails rated at or above intermediate.

Troll Ski Location

Troll Ski is located in the province of British Columbia, Canada. This ski area is nearest the town of Quesnel, BC.

Quesnel, BC V2J Canada
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GPS Coordinates:
53.06700, -121.94400

Getting to Troll Ski

By Car: If you are driving, you would set your GPS to either the ski resort's name (Troll Ski), its coordinates of 53.06700, -121.94400 (latitude, longitude), or simply drive towards the town of Quesnel, BC to get close.

By Air: If you are coming in from across the country, then you may need to board an airplane to get here.

A medium-sized airport has scheduled regional airline service. This type of airport may or may not accept international flights. Here are the closest medium-sized airport(s) to Troll Ski.

Quesnel AirportYQZQuesnel, BC38 km
Williams Lake AirportYWLWilliams Lake, BC98 km
Prince George AirportYXSPrince George, BC103 km

There may also be much smaller regional airports next to Troll Ski, but we didn't list them here due to the fact that no major airlines go through them.

Other Nearby Ski Resorts

Skiers will - especially if coming from far away - try and visit a couple different slopes all in the same trip. Here are the closest other ski slopes within 100 miles of Troll Ski.

NameLocationSummitDifficulty ScoreDistance
Purden Ski VillageFraser-Fort George F, BC4,301 ft41%93 km
Tabor Mountain Ski ResortPrince George, BC3,412 ft37%103 km
Hart Highlands Ski HillPrince George, BC2,493 ft1%116 km
Mount Timothy Ski AreaLac la Hache, BC5,427 ft39%136 km

Troll Ski Mountain Stats

Summit Elevation5,000 ft
Base Elevation3,300 ft
Vertical Drop1,700 ft
(33% Beginner,  40% Intermediate,  27% Expert)
Skiable Acres240
Avg. Annual Snowfall150 inches
Troll Ski Mountain Stats
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Chris Cagle

I love traveling the United States. I hunt down fantastic places to visit in the summer and great slopes to ski down in the winter. The first national park I ever visited was the Smokies, but since then, I've been to dozens. However, my favorite by far has been Zion.