The great lands of Canada inspire images of vast, empty and desolate spaces, huge tracts of alpine forests and lakes, and towering and majestic snow-capped mountains containing near-limitless skiing opportunities.
Backcountry skiing trips in Canada are full of near-perfect conditions, with constant, heavy snow and ideal weather to indulge in this addictive activity.
Take a pick from our selection of backcountry skiing trips in Canada, and prepare to be wowed!
Canada has some of the finest natural scenery on the planet, and the sheer size of the country means that almost every imaginable form of landscape, scenery and terrain can be explored.
Some of the backcountry skiing can be very challenging, so being fit and in good shape before arriving will maximise enjoyment of the activity.
The villages and towns in Canada are generally quiet, unassuming places full of friendly people and a relaxed vibe. Try and spend time in them to get to know the true character of the country.
Extremely cold in Winter, with temperatures plunging well below zero, and pleasant, sunny and warm summers.
English, French in Quebec
Flights to Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal from all major North American and European hubs.
December-April, when the weather is coldest and snowfall heaviest.
Sitting just 15 kilometers (around 10 miles) away from the Alaskan border in Canada’s massive Yukon Territory (60°34′02″N 140°24′19″W), climbing Mount Logan should be on any dedicated mountaineers bucket list.…
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