Ski Touring

We are now booking trips for the 2020-21 ski touring season!   With the arrival of new snow comes the thrill of exploring new places, enjoying beautiful views, and finding ‘secret’ spots where you can experience the great powder skiing that the Rockies and Columbia Mountains have to offer!

Hut Based Ski Trips 2021

We are offering several great hut based ski touring trips for the 2020-21 ski touring season!

Battle Abbey Lodge, January 30-February 6, 2021 (Currently sold-out)

Selkirk Lodge, February 13-20, 2021 (Currently sold-out)

Burnie Glacier Chalet, March 19-26, 2021 (Spaces available)

Fairy Meadow Hut, March 20-27, 2021 (Book through the Alpine Club of Canada)

Ski Traverses

There is little that beats skiing and climbing in the alpine on a long ski traverse.  With the arrival of April and May come the best times to do ski traverses, and big ski mountaineering ascents or descents!

If you are looking for ski traverse options….we have done trips in the past to Mt Logan in Kluane National Park, the Northern Selkirks ski traverse, the Mt Clemenceau to Mt Columbia ski traverse, the Southern Rockies ski traverse, the Bugaboos to Rogers Pass ski traverse, the Wapta ski traverse, the Little Yoho ski traverse, the Bonnet-Drummond ski traverse, the Bonnington ski traverse and many other great ski traverses.

Contact us to help set up a ski traverse for you!

Ski tracks headed for camp on the Argentine Glacier Trip

Ski Camps

In the past we have run six annual spring ski touring camps that have included a camp in Frisby Creek, two trips to the Columbia Icefields, a great camp on the Mons and Lyell Glaciers,  a trip to the Argentine and Pyrite Glaciers and a week at Nirvana Pass in the Coast Range.   For photos from previous winter ski camps click here.

Contact us for more information, or to help set up a ski camp for you!

       Enjoying waist deep powder in the Selkirks!The trail to Friendship Col at Fairy Meadows

Avalanche Courses

With ski touring comes the risk of travelling in avalanche terrain. Come join us on an avalanche course designed to tune up your skills in navigating through avalanche terrain, making decisions about the snowpack, and responding to an avalanche incident.

Contact us for details on setting up a custom made avalanche skills course to complement the skills you already have.

A person should have wings to follow their dreams, but sometimes a pair of skis makes a good substitute! – Hans Moser –