Canadian Rockies Spring Skiing

When the rest of the world is transitioning into flip flops, the Canadian Rockies are kicking into high gear.  By April, the sometimes fickle Rockies snowpack has had a chance to settle out and provides a more stable environment for snow sport enthusiasts.  The long days and more palatable temperatures allow us to take pause and bask in the splendour of the Rockies—scenery on a grandiose scale that takes time to appreciate.

Bootpacking up to Surprise Pass

With stability on our side, we can explore the majestic, and at times, overwhelming terrain the Rockies have to offer.  Imagine sprawling glaciers, teetering séracs, giant ice falls, vertical headwalls, magnificent limestone cliffs and iconic peaks.  Now ponder skiing through that very terrain—Those are the Canadian Rockies for you.

This Rockies experience is based out of Lake Louise, a hotel/hostel based base camp, perfectly positioned to access numerous one day objectives on the Icefields Parkway in Banff National Park. Comfortable accommodations, with the possibility of home cooked meals or restaurant fare and iconic ski/splitboarding objectives within an hours drive.

When: April 16– April 20, 2020

$1999 CAD Price per Person based on single occupancy at the Lake Louise Hostel

Group size: 4 guests per guide max

Accomodation: April 15- April 20, 2020 at the Lake Louise Hostel.  Price is based on single occupancy, we can book a room for you to share if you’re interested in sharing a room with a friend or partner.  The Lake Louise Hostel has a number of room options.

Included Meals: Breakfast, welcome dinner and appies.

Transportation to and from ski objectives.

Please inquire for details.  If you have a group interested in booking the trip, we’re happy to create a custom experience for your group—such as different lodging and dining options.

Itinerary:  

April 15: 1700 hrs Mountain Time Meet At Lake Louise Hostel for a waiver presentation, avalanche safety and conditions briefing.

April 16- April 20, 2020: Ski objectives in the Lake Louise region.