Clemenceau to Columbia Ice Fields Ski Traverse
The Clemenceau to Columbia ski week is a 6 day 5 night long wilderness ski traverse, helicopter access from Golden B.C. to the Clemenceau to start the trip and ski to Hwy 93 N Athabasca Glacier. Over 6 days the group will traverse many icefields and may have opportunities to climb and ski some peaks along the way. This trip is ideal for advanced back country skiers looking to explore a very reomte area of the Canadian Rockies, it is tent based and the group will be carrying all camping gear.
Join us for 3 days in Glacier Park/Rogers Pass. It's Canada’s premium backcountry ski touring destination—famous for its steep and deep powder runs. There is a mixture of tree runs for low-visibility days plus open bowls, ridges, and glaciers. The Rogers Pass area gets about 100cm of snow per week, so be prepared for snowy days and ultimate powder fun. Prerequisite: strong intermediate skier in good physical condition. Includes: ACMG guides, Friday and Saturday night accommodation.
Experience the ultimate hut-to-hut backcountry skiing adventure in a world-class Rockies destination. The Wapta Icefield is a region of glaciers between Peyto Lake and Wapta Lake, northwest of Lake Louise with spectacular views, great powder skiing and challenging ascents. A series of mountain huts, complete with mattresses and stoves, make it possible to do a variety of traverses across the Icefield. You can choose a 4 or a 5-day option (5-day is a more leisurely pace). 19 yrs and up (or 16+ if accompanied by a parent). Prerequisite: strong intermediate skier in good physical condition. Includes: ACMG guides, hut fees, backcountry access fees, specialized glacier travel equipment (harness, ropes, crampons, etc.), evening meals.
Bow - Yoho, Stanley Mitchell Traverse
This classic backcountry ski traverse gives access to tremendous views and great skiing. The first night is spent at Bow Hut. On the second and third nights we will stay in the new Louise and Richard Guy Hut. The fourth is at the beautiful Stanley Mitchell Hut, and on the last day we will make an incredible descent to Emerald Lake (conditions permitting). Prerequisite: strong intermediate-expert skier in good physical condition. Includes: ACMG guide, hut fees, backcountry access fees, specialized glacier travel equipment (harness, ropes, crampons, etc.), evening meals.
First Track Fridays
Beat weekend warriors to fresh snow in this next step to our Intro course. Go backcountry skiing/riding with our ACMG guides for a fun, safe day in the mountains. Destinations may change based on snow conditions. Prerequisite: able to ski/ride under control in all snow conditions and have practiced companion rescue this season. Includes: ACMG guides.
Ski Summit Series
These classic 1-day backcountry Rocky Mountain ascents are great workouts with the good possibility of astounding powder runs. Skiers must be in good shape as all trips involve a minimum 900-metre elevation gain. Be prepared for big challenges and even bigger rewards. Prerequisite: good physical condition, able to ski/ride under control in all snow conditions, and have practiced companion rescue this season. Includes: ACMG guides.
Enjoy a day of backcountry touring and turns in some of Alberta’s best powder. In this perfect next step for backcountry skiers and riders, an experienced guide will ensure you have a fun, safe day of backcountry deep-powder fun. Destinations may change based on snow conditions. Prerequisite: able to ski/ride under control in all snow conditions and have practiced companion rescue this season. Includes: ACMG guides.
Intro to Backcountry Skiing & Riding
Designed for those who want to try backcountry skiing or splitboarding—learn to use climbing skins and alpine touring skis, telemark skis or splitboards. Our guides will provide valuable tips, and cover touring safety and backcountry trip preparation. Course includes an evening lecture and a full day on snow. Prerequisite: downhill, telemark or snowboarding experience. Includes: instructor, avalanche safety equipment.