When the freezing levels are low (and even when they aren't), Rogers Pass is home to some of the finest ski touring on the planet. There are so many day tours that are accessed from multiple trail heads and that makes it easy to be overwhelmed with options. It's safe to say that there's a reason people come from far and wide to ski here.
Puff Daddy is a straight shot 1000m climb from the summit parking lot. It snows a lot in Rogers, and so mid-winter, there's often no need to slog for ages to ski some of the best turns of your life. If you're strapped for time, you can be one and done in an hour and a half. Ski lots here though because after all, this really is the Mecca of ski touring.
If you’re fortunate enough to be in Rogers in the middle of a storm cycle (or just after one), then the safest runs are likely the ones closest to the road. Parks Canada and BC Transportation periodically blast many of the large slide paths that spill onto the highway, and so it’s in your best interest to check out what’s happening before you make the drive to the top of the pass. Parks has implemented a permitting system for many of the more popular zones, and this is to maintain control of who is skiing where, and when. Be sure to check in to the Discovery Centre, located at the highway summit, and ask what’s open that day.
I've been around the block. I've skied one heck of a lot, most of the time in really good conditions. The photos below are from one of the best days I've ever had in Rogers. 50cm of storm snow, fair stability, -10C. You do the math.