Private and Group
We will meet for breakfast at the Canmore’s Summit Cafe at 8:00am.
Ski mountaineering gear: skis, preferably with tech-style Alpine Touring bindings (150-185cm long and 100mm wide) for powder skiing, ski crampons, climbing skins, ski poles with powder baskets, ski boots, climbing harness, locking carabiners, non-locking biners, prusik cord, 120 cm sewn sling, avalanche transceiver, collapsible avalanche probe, avalanche shovel, backpack (at least 65 litres). Other gear: sunglasses and ski goggles, water bottle (at least 1 litre), thermos, sun block, lip cream, pocket knife, sleeping bag, headlamp with fresh batteries. Clothing: long wool or synthetic underwear, extra warm shirt, medium weight fleece sweater, soft shell or fleece jacket, soft shell pants, insulated jacket, waterproof jacket with hood, waterproof pants, socks, wool or fleece hat, waterproof ski mountaineering gloves or mitts, lightweight ski gloves, neck tube or balaclava, sun hat.
Guiding has been my lifelong passion. I have lived in the Rocky Mountains for most of my life, guiding since 1995.
My main focus these days is on running winter ski touring trips at the best heli-accessed ski lodges in British Columbia. This winter I'll be at Selkirk Lodge, Burnie Glacier Chalet, Mount Carlyle Lodge, and Sunrise Lodge -- each lodge providing a very different experience for my guests. While I do like to return, year after year, to my favourite lodges (like Burnie Glacier) I also like to provide new and interesting options for my clients.
When ski season ends here in Western Canada and the rest of my colleagues are putting away their skis for the summer, I will be once again heading to Svalbard in the Arctic for another Ski and Sail trip in May. This is the only trip I still have openings for now -- maybe you would like to join me there?
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