Join Michael, an AMGA certified guide for a splitboarding trip in Canada! On this great adventure lasting one or more days, you will get to descend some of Whistler's most impressive mountains.
Are you a splitboarder eager to hit the slopes in Whistler Blackcomb? Well, then look no further than this 1+ day trip to British Columbia!
The Whistler Blackcomb is home to the Blackcomb glacier, which is seen as one of the best places in Whistler to engage in snow sports. Whistler is also the biggest ski resort in North America. And because the resort is so big, there are many different slopes available to splitboarders of all levels. And the weather conditions never get in the way of quality sessions on the slopes.
This trip may be reserved for one day or more, and I make sure to prepare you well. On our first day on the slopes, I will go over avalanche rescue basics before going up into the Blackcomb region. From there, we will throw on our skins and ascend for half-an-hour to an hour. Once higher up, we will have a wide variety of options for slopes we can go up and down many times until the day is over.
This trip is open to splitboarders of all levels, but there are many great couloirs for those at a more advanced level, if you are interested in practicing on steep declines.
Request to book this trip if you are a splitboarder looking to hit Whistler’s slopes this Winter or Spring!
I've been guiding professionally for thirteen years. I lead trips all over the globe including the Seven Summits, and many of the other climbs. My passion for guiding is fueled by the opportunity to help new or experienced climbers improve, succeed and have fun while being safe in the mountains!
In 2011 by summiting Mt. Everest and Lhotse I became the first person in the world to summit two 8000 meter peaks in one day. I feel incredibly fortunate for the support, weather and opportunity that conspired to make that accomplishment possible. I am constantly inspired and excited to guide climbers anywhere from our basic courses to the Seven Summits. I am a certified Wilderness First Responder and Level II Avalanche professional. I am currently working towards American Mountain Guides Association Certification as a ski, rock and alpine guide. When not working I can be found at home in Squamish, British Columbia or traveling to remote parts of the world with my lovely wife and son.
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Group of 1
|CAD 877 each|
Group of 2
|CAD 825 each|
Group of 3
|CAD 774 each|
Group of 4
|CAD 722 each|
Group of 5
|CAD 671 each|
Group of 6
|CAD 619 each|
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