Recent Trip ReportsEvery year we run dozens of incredible trips across western Canada and beyond. Here's a list of trip reports, complete with photos, for you to browse through.
April 20-29, 2014
Here’s an old report of a trip we’re offering again for 2021. Book your spot today!
Jan 11-18, 2020
Like last January we had incredible snow conditions: deep light Selkirk powder, and first tracks in the truest sense: being the first group on an regular ski program at Selkirk this season, most of the runs we did hadn’t been skied yet this winter!
March 8-15, 2020
It was a blissful week in paradise. With no internet connection for the majority of the week we were unaware that the world was rapidly falling apart …
Jan 20-Feb 1, 2020
The day after I flew out of Selkirk Lodge I was sitting in a jet plane heading to Japan.
Jan 23-30, 2019
Lee Lau and his friends booked a week with us at Burnie Glacier Chalet at the end of March. We had exceptional spring conditions and enjoyed some incredible tours up in the high glaciers.
Michelin level food in the high, high Arctic. Who would have ever expected this in a tiny miner’s shack at the edge of town?
This was our first of two Ski & Sails this past May, 2019. We had really calm weather this week, with cloud bands that made travel interesting but never impossible. It’s hard to beat the day we toured up into Tinayrebukta, my favourite little fjord. Or the traverse across the peninsula into Ny-Ålesund, a tiny research outpost at 79 degrees north, on the south side of Kongsfjord.
This spring I ran another two Ski and Sail weeks in the arctic archipelago of Svalbard: the first on the s/v Rembrandt van Rijn, the second on the s/v Noorderlicht, both traditional gaff-rigged schooners and perfect for exploring the coastal fjords of Spitzbergen.