HELI-ACCESSED TOUR

$680.00 / person

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Enjoy an epic day of touring and riding in the Island Alps on one of our most coveted trips. A helicopter is used to swiftly access the high alpine in the morning, followed by a solid day of touring with an ACMG-certified guide. We’ll explore some of the best riding terrain the Island has to offer, enjoying panoramic ocean to alpine views of Salish Sea, the Coast Range, and Strathcona Park all the while.

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MT WASHINGTON BACKCOUNTRY TOUR

$210.00 / person

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The backcountry surrounding Mount Washington offers first-rate powder stashes to those who know where to go. Seek out the best lines the area has to offer under the wing of an ACMG-Ski Guide, accessing otherwise off-limit areas. This trip benefits from exclusive lift access from the resort, providing a quick approach to excellent terrain for touring and riding. Guides will choose routes best suited to the conditions of the day, as well as the experience level, fitness and desires of the group.

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MT CAIN BACKCOUNTRY TOUR

$225.00 / person

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Mount Cain offers some of the quickest access to excellent backcountry skiing on Vancouver Island. Epic north island powder, stunning mountain scenery and the friendly culture of Mount Cain will ensure an unforgettable day. Seek out the best lines the area has to offer under the wing of an ACMG-Ski Guide.

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MYRA SKI TOUR

$210.00 / person

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A classic summit in the Southern Strathcona Park region, Mount Myra makes for an excellent ski destination. Explore rugged and remote terrain and wide-range of ski line options, all under the wing of an ACMG Ski Guide. This trip can be done as a long day trip, or over two days.

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ARROWSMITH SPRING SKI

$210.00 / person

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As many islanders trade in their skis for boots and bikes, cool nights and warm days are hard at work turning the island snowpack into perfect corn. Mount Arrowsmith, the highest mountain east of Port Alberni, offers great spring skiing objectives, with steep and exciting lines on a variety of aspects.

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SPEARHEAD TRAVERSE

$595.00 / person

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This classic coast mountain Haute Route starts on Whistler Mountain and works its way around the spectacular Spearhead Range. Over three days, we’ll traverse through awesome terrain, bagging peaks and making ski descents along the way. This can also be combined with the Mystery Creek trip to make an amazing and committed seven-day mountain ski traverse. Best completed February to May.

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SKI WASHINGTON TO COMOX GLACIER

$995.00 / person

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The traverse from Mount Washington to Comox Glacier is an excellent summer and winter objective, but winter is when it really shines. Staying above tree line, this five-day ski tour takes in the height of land on the eastern edge of Strathcona Park. Enjoy countless summits, and panoramic views of the Island, Coastal Mountains, and the Strait of Georgia.

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WADDINGTON SKI MOUNTAINEERING

$5,215.00 / person

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Seven days of world-class ski touring with a chance at the NW summit of Mount Waddington make this one of the greatest ski mountaineering adventures anywhere. Peak objectives include Mounts Munday, Jester and Cavalier amongst others combined with long glacial ski runs on a scale found only in the high mountains. Best done March to May.

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