Splitboarding trips – Canada

Explore the spectacular backcountry of the Canadian mountains with a splitboarding trip

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The Canadian Cordillera stretches across western Canada and encompasses the Rocky Mountains, the Columbia Mountains and Coast Range, among many other spectacular mountains. Much of the Canada’s mountainous territorys is remote and sparsely populated, which makes splitboarding tours one of the best wayts to explore the diverse and beautiful wilderness that make this country unique.




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In British Columbia winter is quite cold with average temperatures between -10ºC to 0ºC. Temperatures increase a bit as spring approaches. The region also receives about 25 to 50 centimeters of snow per year. Whistler receives an average snowfall of 114 cm in December and 103 cm in January.


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


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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. The easiest way to reach Banff is by flying to Calgary, the nearest airport.

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Best time to visit

December to March






What People are Saying

  • 5 reviews


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.
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Natalie Angus
We had a good time and the guide we had was both professional and patient. Thanks
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Pierre Samson
Our first trip and a great day. Thank you Brian!
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