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Ski de randonnée - Canada

Le Canada est l'une des plus grandes destinations de ski au monde, avec son immense masse de neige offrant certaines des meilleures conditions de ski au monde. Les programmes de ski de randonnée y sont un rêve absolu.

Les grandes terres du Canada inspirent des images de vastes espaces vides et désolés, d'immenses étendues de forêts alpines et de lacs, et d'imposantes et majestueuses montagnes enneigées offrant des possibilités de ski quasi illimitées. Les programmes de ski de randonnée au Canada offrent des conditions quasi parfaites, avec une neige abondante et constante et un temps idéal pour s'adonner à cette activité addictive. Faites votre choix parmi nos programmes de ski de randonnée au Canada et préparez-vous à être époustouflé !
 
 
 
 
 

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Larry Hasson

4.00

Janvier, 2023

Weekend Warrior Ski Touring in Lake Louise

Le voyageur n'a pas laissé de commentaire.

Stéphane MOREL

4.00

Avril, 2022

1+ day Ski Mountaineering on Mount Hector in Banff

Le voyageur n'a pas laissé de commentaire.

Chris Bailey

3.00

Mars, 2022

3-day ski touring on Rogers Pass (Selkirks) in British Colombia, from Seattle

Since Explore-Share has asked three times, here goes. We had a quite mixed experience with Matt and BCA at Rogers Pass this early March. The day 1 avalanche search and rescue instruction was thorough and one of the best I have taken. The guiding showed the benefit of having local knowledge. These guides did not have it. They were working in significant part from the Rogers Pass guidebook, which provides quite vague and brief descriptions of potential routes. After seeing the strengths and weaknesses of the team on day 1, on day 2 the guides nevertheless took us uphill in a nasty skintrack steeply up through tight trees for 500+ meters and lasting 4+ hours due to the terrain and group speed. Despite lack of local knowledge, understanding the map and in the first 5 minutes it was clear that this would be an epic and excessively difficult climb for the group. They continued up. Then, from an ~8:30 start, by 1:20 there had only been one food/water break taken / called or suggested. While our 2nd group was awaiting the first group to move forward, when I suggested we were overdue to take in some fuel, guide Matt said, “no please wait, we will break out of the trees soon.” (This proved to be >20 minutes away) after I stated the obvious need and that our group were going to take a break, we had taken a quick bite and re-caught the group in front of us, as I’d predicted. Inadequate group energy management by this guide. I saw no or nearly no skin track corners improvement by the guides, including many challenging ones that the guides blew though. Improving them evidently is standard by BC (British Columbia in this case) guides from my 11 previous ski touring days in the area. Nearly zero efforts to improve corners were observed in this case, despite the day 2 quite rugged skintrack steeply up in tight trees and several beginner kick turning skier or soft-booted splitboarders struggling with the line. (Including sliding backwards / downhill from one switchback to the next) Good instruction by the guides on how to make kick turns, but many of the turns were objectively much more challenging than they needed to be given no improvement made. At least one team member was so (unnecessarily had we had better route selection) gripped and depleted from the climb up that he skied well below his ability on the down. Our group had good trips on the 3rd and 4th day with 2nd guide Sam, who picked appropriate routes for the group and was responsive to requests to further shape the route to the abilities of the group. He found us good snow amid mixed conditions and on appropriate terrain. Safety and terrain stuff, no concerns. Food, dinners and breakfasts (2 each) provided at the hut, included a dinner that was far too skinny and which was nowhere near enough. Chicken quantity instruction was “one spoon (table spoon) per person.” The first dinner was borderline too little as well. Quality was otherwise good. I initiated the trip; and approved a second group to join us; then when we showed up, there was a third group of 4 there in the hut, which we hadn’t heard about until that day. Matt never mentioned any adjustment to the hut fee we had paid and on which this group was coasting or possibly paid him. I write based on some experience. I have had several dozen days in the backcountry with guides (and dozens more in New England and other terrain for which they were not needed), across touring weeks in from huts to snow cave living, to heli-served; to heli and cat skiing across multiple countries and so have many guides and days of experience from which to compare. This was the first really uneven or bad experience. No question, bottom of the list of 7 ski touring guides I have skied with.

Phillip Lolonis

1.00

Mars, 2022

Backcountry skiing in Terrace & Revelstoke, British Columbia

Guide cancelled within 48 hrs and I was unable to find someone else and so far I’ve not been refunded. Put a small dent in my otherwise great trip to Revelstoke.

Barb Campbell

3.00

Mars, 2022

Emerald Lake Slide Path, 1-day Ski Tour, Yoho National Park

Had a great time with Brent who was so patient and willing to share his abundant knowledge with us. A beautiful area to tour and so accessible, would do again!

Vic Heilweil

5.00

Mars, 2022

Rogers Pass Ski touring

I just wanted to say that Tamara (working for Jeff) was an excellent guide, starting off with a good and concise review of avalanche rescue (beacon search). Throughout the tour, she was very conscientious that everyone in our group was feeling good and that we moved through avalanche terrain safely. She was very knowledgeable of the route offered very good insight regarding local snow conditions. We all felt very fortunate to have had her as our guide that day!

Pascal Girard

5.00

Mars, 2022

Backcountry skiing in Whistler Blackcomb, BC

Le voyageur n'a pas laissé de commentaire.

Sébastien de Léséleuc

5.00

Février, 2022

Backcountry skiing in Whistler Blackcomb, BC

Our guide was Dan Robb! Thank you Dan, it was amazing! The fresh track was perfect! The scenic, Blue sky and sun, just WoW! 🤩❄️😎

Karl McNelly

5.00

Avril, 2021

Weekday Ski Touring in Lake Louise

The back country is just over that ridge - just right there. You need a guide to access it safely though, and Jeff knew exactly where to go and what to do to create a fantastic - first time splitboarding experience for me. I've been to Lake Louise so many times, now I've seen a little of what is AROUND Lake Louise and my mind has been expanded. Will be back for more adventure for sure!

Timo Plieth

5.00

Avril, 2021

Weekday Ski Touring in Lake Louise

Le voyageur n'a pas laissé de commentaire.

Dominique Lemaire

5.00

Février, 2021

Weekday Ski Touring in Lake Louise

Excellent service, Guides are very knowledgeable and safety is #1

George Michel

5.00

Mars, 2020

Weekday Ski Touring in Lake Louise

Le voyageur n'a pas laissé de commentaire.

Amdrew Bells

5.00

Mars, 2020

Backcountry skiing in Whistler Blackcomb, BC

Our guide was Tim Ross not Brian Jones. Day was great and Tim was very personal and taught us a lot about backcountry skiing. He tailored the day to our abilities and was very patient. Great experience.

Laurence Jacqmain

5.00

Mars, 2020

Weekday Ski Touring in Lake Louise

Great day of touring in the amazing surroundings around Lake Louise - the vue and silky powder snow were worth the effort of climbing!

Daniele Messori

5.00

Février, 2020

Backcountry skiing in Whistler Blackcomb, BC

Well experienced Guide ( Brian ), very nice trip in Garibaldi

Henry James

5.00

Février, 2020

Weekday Ski Touring in Lake Louise

I had such a great experience skiing backcountry for the first time! Jeff was an amazing guide and really helped us learn how to use backcountry equipment and avalanche gear. My only concern was that we were forced to change the date of our trip quite last minute and we were not given much information about the trip until only 1-2 days in advance. However, the trip itself was incredible! Thank you for such an amazing experience!

Ville Vesterinen

5.00

Février, 2020

Weekday Ski Touring in Lake Louise

Really enjoyed our time with our guide, Troy. 5/5 Experience! Highly recommend.

Natalie Angus

5.00

Mars, 2019

Backcountry skiing in Whistler Blackcomb, BC

We actually had a different guide (Les) but couldnt have been more impressed. He was super knowledgeable and helpful. Very patient and his timing for our day was excellent. Whistler is of course beautiful and it was a wonderful introduction to the back country.

beow kiong

5.00

Janvier, 2019

Backcountry skiing in Whistler Blackcomb, BC

We had a good time and the guide we had was both professional and patient. Thanks

Pierre Samson

5.00

Mars, 2018

Backcountry skiing in Whistler Blackcomb, BC

Le voyageur n'a pas laissé de commentaire.

Nishio

5.00

Janvier, 2018

Backcountry skiing in Whistler Blackcomb, BC

Our first trip and a great day. Thank you Brian!


 

Il y a de nombreuses raisons de choisir un de ces programmes en Ski de randonnée à Canada

Le Canada est un véritable terrain de jeu pour les paysages de plein air, d'immenses étendues du pays restant intactes et non découvertes en raison de son immense superficie. Il en résulte des paysages vraiment magnifiques, tranquilles et idylliques, avec des forêts et des lacs alpins, des montagnes enneigées et de vastes vallées et champs dominant le paysage. Tout cela donne des paysages absolument incroyables, ainsi qu'un paradis pour le ski de randonnée.

 

Bon à savoir:

Code pays

+1

Monnaie

Dollar canadien

Langue

Anglais, français au Québec

Meilleur moment pour visiter

De décembre à avril, lorsque le temps est le plus froid et les chutes de neige les plus importantes

Comment s'y rendre

Vols à destination de Vancouver, Toronto et Montréal à partir de tous les grands hubs nord-américains et européens

Météo

Extrêmement froid en hiver, avec des températures plongeant bien en dessous de zéro, et des étés agréables, ensoleillés et chauds

Plus d'informations sur ces programmes Ski de randonnée à Canada:

Le Canada possède certains des plus beaux paysages naturels de la planète, et la taille même du pays permet d'explorer presque toutes les formes imaginables de paysage, de décor et de terrain. Certains des skis de randonnée peuvent être très difficiles à pratiquer, alors si vous êtes en bonne forme physique avant votre arrivée, vous profiterez au maximum de cette activité. Les villages et les villes du Canada sont généralement des endroits tranquilles, sans prétention, peuplés de personnes amicales et à l'ambiance détendue. Essayez d'y passer du temps pour découvrir le véritable caractère du pays

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