Back Country

Back country skiers know that their sport, which is increasingly popular, represents the best of both the alpine and nordic worlds. You hike up with skins and ski down to the trailhead. On occasion, you need the assistance of a sled to access terrain. And if you’re really adventurous, you’ll treat yourself to a weekend of cat-skiing or heli-skiing. Of course, this sport, for all its epic adrenaline, is rooted in safety and respect for the power of nature. Avalanche training and safety equipment are a must. Consult local guides and outfitters for location and trail access.

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  • Carl Kuster Mountain Park

    Carl Kuster Mountain Park

    CKMP specializes in backcountry guided tours for small groups. we offer professional guides for instruction on big mountain riding and education using the latest ski-doo technology in the winter. We offer all kinds of workshops, for all kinds of people, in summer or winter. Dirtbike or snowmobile, we tailor every detail to best suit the needs of the rider and optimize the experience. Come check out our brand new trials course!

  • Grizzly Lodge

    Grizzly Lodge

    Far from the aggressive slopes of the Rocky Mountains, the Shuswap backcountry provides over 45000 acres of accessible terrain for all riders. Pukeashun Mountain is made up of multiple peaks and rolling ridges reaching to an elevation of 7500 ft. The slopes are covered in perfectly-spaced trees and there are many subalpine lakes and bowls to be discovered.

  • Sled Sicamous

    Sled Sicamous

    Situated in the Eagle Valley, Sicamous area hosts some of the best alpine snowmobiling in Western Canada with deep snow, powder filled open bowls, endless meadows, groomed trails, breathtaking alpine scenery and spectacular lake views. All four of our alpine areas are reached by forest service roads that are carefully groomed PLUS all four of our sledding areas offer cozy chalets to warm up in.

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