Canada

Explore the spectacular Canadian Rockies and discover some of the best backcountry skiing terrain in the world.

Go on a unique ski tour in Whistler, rock climb in Squamish or Banff, or experience a unique heliskiing adventure in British Columbia. Discover all the possibilities this amazing country has to offer!

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Top Trips in Canada

 

Intro to Backcountry skiing, Whistler Michael Horst

Intro to Backcountry skiing, Whistler

Off piste skiing in Canada
trip level | trip duration 1 day
Interested in getting into backcountry? Go together with Michael, AMGA certified mountain guide, and discover the best skiing terrain away from the crowds in Whistler!
Whistler backcountry skiing Ross Berg
From 142 CAD

Whistler backcountry skiing trip, British Columbia

Ski Touring in Canada
trip level Intermediate | trip duration 1+ day | type of trip Private
Join Ross, an IFMGA certified mountain guide, for a one or multi-day ski trip in Whistler, and enjoy some of the best powder snow of North America, off the beaten track.
Whistler & Backcomb backcountry skiing Phil Marchand
From 250 CAD

Backcountry skiing in Blackcomb, Whistler

Ski Touring in Canada
trip level | trip duration 1+ day
Backountry skiing in Blackcomb, Whistler. Enjoy a one or multi-day trip of world-class ski touring experience with an ACMG certified mountain guide.
Spearhead Ski Touring Traverse, Whistler Michael Horst

Spearhead Ski Touring Traverse, Whistler

Ski Touring in Canada
trip level | trip duration 2 days
Spearhead Ski Touring Traverse, Whistler. 2-day trip with Michael, AMGA certified mountain guide, to discover the breathtaking skiing spots of British Columbia!
Point le plus important Jeff Bullock
From 765 CAD

Hiking from Moraine Lake to Lake Louise

Hiking in Canada
trip level Intermediate | trip duration 3 days | type of trip Private
This hiking trip from Moraine Lake to Louise Lake goes through many beautiful and interesting terrains. Leave for 3 days with Jeff, IFMGA certified guide.
Whistler Ross Berg
From 500 CAD

Whistler 2-day backcountry snowboarding trip

Off-piste Snowboarding in Canada
trip level Intermediate | trip duration 2 days | type of trip Private
Enjoy the best powder slopes and deep lines on this 2-day backcountry snowboarding trip in Whistler, along with Ross, an IFMGA certified mountain guide.

 

 

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Good to Know

 

What’s the weather like?

Canada is a vast country, with a diverse climate. Therefore, conditions vary a lot, depending on location and season. While parts of coastal British Columbia have mild winters and warm summers, the interior is cold and snowy in winter. Much of Northern Canada is covered in snow and ice for almost half of the year.

Getting There:

Airlines from all over the world fly to Canada’s main cities (Toronto, Vancouver, Quebec, etc). Whistler is located just 2 hours away by road from Vancouver International Airport, along the scenic Highway 99, also known as the Sea to Sky Highway. Squamish is just an hour away from Vancouver and Whistler.The easiest way to reach Banff is by flying to Calgary, the nearest airport.

Language:

English - French (it is an official language only in Quebec).

Country Code:

+1

Currency:

Canadian Dollar (CAD)

Best time to visit:

If you are looking for the best skiing and snowboarding conditions, you should come from December till March. The rock climbing season usually starts in early spring to late fall. You will find the best conditions for climbing and hiking from June through August. Mountaineers can climb all year round under different conditions.

 

 

More Info on Canada

Located in North America, Canada is the second largest country in the world.The majestic Rockies, the Bugaboos, the stunning Columbia Mountains, deep blue lakes, beautiful forests and glaciers, and 44 national parks make Canada a true natural paradise. There is so much to enjoy and discover that you could spend months here! Don’t miss out on the chance to watch a polar bear in Churchill, or the magical Northern Lights. You could also enjoy a ride on the Rocky Mountaineer, one of the most iconic railway journeys in the world. Before you leave, make sure you try Poutine, the delicious national dish.

 

 

What People are Saying about Canada

 

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Jeff was so kind to the kids, he encouraged and motivated our 12 y/o eldest, and was tolerant and patient with our 9 y/o young one. Extremely recommended for families. We had much fun on the Banff cliffs.

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Guides was the best ones!!! Super stars:)

 

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