A 30-minute scenic floatplane from Schwatka Lake in Whitehorse delivers you to camp. Once settled, we will give you a safety briefing and we will have lunch at camp. In the afternoon, we will hike up the valley to warm up. Finally, to end the evening, we will have dinner, socializing, and wildlife viewing through the high quality optics.
After a good breakfast we will load our light packs and head into the wilderness. After, you will chose the hike that you prefer as each has its own special highlights. Options include waterfall, ridgetops, Alpine lakes and Wildlife.
After another beautiful day or two of stunning hikes an evening floatplane ride will deliver you back to Whitehorse!
Base camp by an Alpine lake
I am an ACMG ski guide, as well as a Canadian Avalanche Association (CAA) Professional Member and an Advanced Wilderness First Responder.
I was born and raised in Fernie, BC in the heart of the Canadian Rockies and have spent my whole life working and playing in the mountains. There is nothing I love more than exploring remote mountains on skis and sharing that experience with others.
The northwest corner of British Columbia and the western Yukon offer some of the most mind-blowing ski terrain on the planet and I have spent over a decade exploring that terrain. As one of the few certified guides in this vast region, I have intimate local knowledge of the area and can help you make the most of your Yukon adventure.
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