Calendar

Can’t find space on your preferred trip? INQUIRE HERE about WAIT LIST.

 

  • Read about how we will book our seats during the summer months here.

  • When cats and seats are available, you can book them by clicking on a cat that you want to go on and following prompts.

  • For the 2021/22 season, we are booking 10 guests maximum per snowcat with private and non-private cat options. Learn more about ability levels here.

  • If you click on an ‘Open’ cat, then you will have the choice to set the ability level of that cat.

  • If a cat is showing 10/10 this means that the snowcat is full. 0/10 means no one has yet to book on the cat.

  • This calendar is color-coded with Black being Level III, Red being Level II, and Blue being Level I snowcats. We only run 3 snowcats maximum per day. We only run 1 Level III (Black) snowcat per day.

  • The Backcountry Tour is a non-motorized touring experience done on a private group basis with 1-4 guests.  Please inquire on the date you are interested in if you see the date already full. 

  • Can’t find space on your preferred trip? INQUIRE HERE about WAIT LIST.

  • We take American Express, Visa and MasterCard.  Paying by check or cash is also great, just let us know if you wish to use this payment method. 

Dates and Rates

Opening day is December 17, 2021, with our closing day being March 27, 2022

Snowcat Skiing – $7,500 private cats and $750 for non-private cats; 10-guests maximum per snowcat

Alpenglow Experiences – add an extra hour onto your trip for $1200 extra. Alpenglow tours only offered in Feb and March.

Avalanche Course – $600 for a 3-day, Level 1 AIARE course. Stay tuned for course dates.

Backcountry Ski and Splitboard Tours (non-motorized) – $525 for first guests and $250 for each additional (4ppl max).

LEVEL I

The Level I tour is our most important level for many reasons. It is the introduction to the backcountry experience for people who have not yet experienced it. It helps you work toward what everyone craves: powder, faces shots and the camaraderie of skiing in a small group on ungroomed fresh snow terrain.

LEVEL I

LEVEL II

In our Level II tour, we ski and ride at an up-tempo pace and our guests must already be confident in the powder and capable of navigating trees. We will ski much of the diverse terrain similar to our Level I tour, but we will also be heading into forests of aspen and spruce trees and some steeper zones.

LEVEL II

LEVEL III

Our Level III guests actively seek out the most advanced terrain and deepest powder at any ski area and have no problem with blue, black or double-black runs. Many of our guests in this level have been on other heli or snowcat operations in the past and/or are active backcountry enthusiasts.

LEVEL III
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