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A special women-only version of our most popular summer course. Mountain Skills Fly-In is identical to our Complete Mountain Skills course, but with a helicopter to whisk you straight into the alpine classroom, it becomes possible to cover the same curriculum in just three days. Learn all the basics of mountaineering in a supportive women-only group, from movement on snow, rock, and ice, to anchoring and belaying in all these mediums, glacier travel, route finding, and much more.

Our Intro to Rock or equivalent training or experience in rope work fundamentals are recommended but not essential.

Included in the price:

  • 3 days of instruction with an ACMG guide
  • Return helicopter flights
  • Group technical gear
  • Personal technical gear (harness, helmet, ice axe, crampons)

Not included in the price:

  • Transportation to and from meeting point
  • Food*
  • Camping equipment
  • Personal equipment

*We offer catering on some of our trips for an extra $60/person/day. Please check with our office to see if your trip has this option.

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As low as:

$795.00 / person

(at 5:1 ratio)
Jen was a great guide - super friendly, really knowledgeable. I appreciated all the efforts that went into planning the weekend. I had a ton of fun and learned so much. Danielle Down, Nanaimo, BC
Your guide, Jen Olson, is a gem. Her calm confidence and ability to take charge made all of us feel safe in a terrain that was quasi unknown to us. Not only is her skill set insanely broad but most importantly, Jen is capable to teach those skills with such ease. She is captivating and so passionate that one can’t help but love mountaineering when next to her. I wouldn’t hesitate to take another course if I knew she was teaching. Genevieve Renart, Victoria, BC