Have you ever dreamed of:

  • Skiing untouched powder slopes outside of the ski area boundary? 
  • Traveling though pristine old growth forests on a blanket of fresh snow?
  • Skiing expansive glaciers and alpine features? 
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No matter your experience or ability. There is a trip for you! 

Terrain to expect:

For intro level backcountry skiers:

  • Smooth expansive slopes that are easy to ski
  • Well spaced trees. Large 500 year old, old growth such as cedar or fir. Or spare alpine
  • trees such as larch, popular or spruce.
  • Low to moderate angle slopes.
For intermediate level backcountry skiers:
  • Moderate angled glaciers and vast alpine slopes. 28-35 degrees
  • Vertical footage per run, up to 3500 feet.
  • Interesting terrain. Such as gullies, ski chutes and pillows
  • Steeper angled tree runs. Up to 40 degrees
  • Consistent fall line skiing. Summit to valley
For Advanced level backcountry skiers:
  • As per above plus
  • Tree pillow lines, chutes and drops
  • Steep ridge top entrances. Up to 45-50 degrees
  • None stop skiing
  • Steep alpine and glaciated runs. Up to 45 degrees
  • Couloir skiing.
  • Ski mountaineering (See ski mountaineering page for details)