As local Wasatch Backcountry Skiing Guides, we choose to call the Wasatch Mountains our home for good reason – we have the greatest snow on earth with easy access to unrivaled backcountry skiing. And with an average annual snowfall of over 500 inches, we can almost guarantee a phenomenal day of skiing.
Learning to stay safe and have fun in the mountains takes a lot of time, and commitment. Getting out with a professional in a mentorship role can help you learn more efficiently and reduce the overall learning curve.
Discover the beauty and experience the thrill of ski touring the most spectacular Patagonian volcanoes. This 14-day adventure is designed for advanced to expert skiers wishing to challenge their limits and abilities in the central Patagonian Andes.
The Lyngen offers some diverse ski terrain, from rolling and moderate open slopes, to steep and committing couloirs. There are glaciers, and some days we will want to take the appropriate gear to travel safely. All in all, it’s great skiing in a truly unforgettable environment.
We are excited to offer you a backcountry ski getaway here in the Wasatch mountains. Your lodging for 4 nights will be a rustic mountain home located off guardsman pass road in Big Cottonwood Canyon. From this cabin, you will have 3 days backcountry skiing right out the backdoor and other nearby areas.
This classic ski traverse begins below Mont Blanc in the beautiful Chamonix Valley. Traveling through the heart of the Alps, each day we are treated to spectacular scenery and great skiing.
There is a good reason we make our home here in the Wasatch. The snow is the greatest on earth, and the access to great backcountry skiing is unrivaled. With an average annual snowfall of over 500 inches, we can almost guarantee a phenomenal day of skiing. When people ask me what is my favorite place I have been, I often respond; “Skiing in the Wasatch!
Our trip begins in the town of Longyearbyen, on the island of Spitsbergen in the archipelago of Svalbard, which is part of Norway. Svalbard sits between 74 and 81 degrees north, about half way between the mainland and the North Pole. The 60 percent of entire landmass of Svalbard is covered in ice, the landscape punctuated by 5,000 foot mountains and deep icy fjords. This is a truly remote and wild part of the world. Home to lots of wildlife including polar bear, walrus and the blue whale. This majestic setting will be our playground for 10 days of world-class skiing.
The Wasatch is our home, and with the amount of quality rock climbing only minutes from our door, and 30 minutes from the airport and downtown SLC, you see why. There are two major Canyons “Big” and “Little” Cottonwood canyons, both full of world-class Rock Climbing.
Moab Utah is known for its desert towers and splitter cracks in its iconic red sandstone. This stunning desert environment has something for everyone, from single pitch sport climbs to multi pitch towers. We can help you learn the ropes, whether you’re looking to begin a new sport or tic a big tower off your bucket list. Spring and fall are the best times to climb, with more moderate temps and fewer people.