Join ACGM-certified guide Brian on a 3-day ski traverse in British Columbia’s incredible Garibaldi Provincial Park.
Explore the brilliant Canadian mountainside via a ski tour traverse.
Pass by incredible mountain vistas and tranquil lakes.
Benefit from a fully-qualified and experienced guide.
Lying to the east of the Sea to Sky Highway, the stunning Garibaldi Provincial Park nestles between the world-class ski towns of Squamish and Whistler.
We begin the traverse at the trailhead to the Elfin Lakes and the Paul Ridge region. The trailhead is 30 minutes away from Squamish following a gravel road.
Our direction turns northwards as we continue towards the Rubble Creek trailhead, close to Daisy Lake. This region is just south of Whistler.
We will experience the glaciers of the Neve, towards beautiful alpine passes. We’ll ascend slowly until we find ourselves underneath the north face of Mount Garibaldi. From here we have an exhilarating ski descent to our camp at the Glacier Pikes.
We’ll reach the peak of our trip with a long and stunning descent down the north facing Sentinel Glacier.
Because this ski tour involves a wide variety of snow conditions, as well as carrying packs, potential participants are expected to be able to ski comfortably in ungroomed conditions. Days are typically 8-hours long so a good fitness level is required.
Get in touch now to reserve your place on an incredible 3-day ski tour traverse in Garibaldi Provincial Park, set among the quality slopes of British Columbia, Canada.
Please note that this tour is not recommended for snowboarders on snowshoes or a splitboard. Touring gear or Telemark skis and bindings are needed for skiers.
In Squamish at 7:00am.
Squamish-based IFMGA Mountain Guide Brian Jones is the owner/operator of Canada West Mountain School. Established in 1982, Canada West Mountain School is one of the premier Mountain Guiding and Training centres in Canada.
Brian offer Mountain Guiding services, Instructional Training courses and Custom programs in all aspects of mountain travel and safety in Canada and around the World.