2021

Nirvana Pass

Nirvana Pass

Mountains as awesome as their mythical namesakes

“Rows of glaciers on either side of the valley are lined up one beside the other at varying degrees of steepness, all perfect for skiing. The peaks are towering and rugged. I’ve been to most of the best backcountry ski lodges in the world … Nirvana tops them all for terrain.”

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Avalanche Skills Training 1

An effective framework for riding safely in avalanche terrain

Our AST 1 courses this season will be run over two online evening sessions and a full field day.  The theory sessions are set up within the framework of Avalanche Canada with a focus on getting people as familiar with the field day content and concepts as possible and the field day focuses on practical application of safe travel techniques and rescue systems.

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Guided Backcountry Days

Local guided backcountry skiing adventures at a great price point

Join us on a guided backcountry splitboarding/skiing in the Canadian Rockies. These days are set up as objective based outings with a large element of education built into the day. An ideal way to get out and see/experience more committing terrain under the guidance and leadership of our fully certified ACMG ski/board guides.

Sail & Hike 2019

Fjords of Northern Norway Ski and Sail

Explore Northern Norway’s fjords and glaciers

The first week will be spent skiing along the coastal mountains of the Lyngen Alps, staying in quaint mountain huts and hotels in small towns. On day 6 we will board the Rembrandt van Rijn and continue along the rugged coastline of Northern Norway, exploring the fjords and glaciated peaks that makes this region so famous.

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Svalbard Ski & Sail

Explore the Fjords of Svalbard from the s/v Noorderlicht

The most exotic guided ski touring trip possible: backcountry ski touring and sailing along the west coast of Spitsbergen in the Greenland sea, 1000 km north of Norway, in the Svalbard archipelago of over 60 (mostly unpopulated) islands. It is a wild and remote place, and at a latitude of greater than 78º, high in the Arctic, it is level with Canada’s Ellesmere Island, or the northernmost end of Greenland. Yet it easy to access – with three-times daily flights from Oslo – and offers the supreme comfort of a luxury sailing yacht.