LEARN TO SKI BACKCOUNTRY
Learning to ski in the backcountry can be a significant challenge for even the most seasoned of outdoor adventurers. Specialized gear, proper preparation, as well as practical and technical knowledge is essential to begin skiing in the backcountry safely and efficiently. AT 101 has been developed specifically to introduce new skiers into the backcountry, to provide them with firsthand knowledge and experience, and to begin their transition into backcountry skiing in a safe and fun environment.
Canadian Adventure Company takes customers in a seamless transition from the front country to the backcountry with all the necessary gear, knowledge and expertise to make getting into the backcountry easier than ever before.
7 day – Guided/Catered Trip at Mallard Mountain Lodge
Small group. Maximum 8 guests. All participants are new to backcountry skiing to provide a relaxing and safe environment for all guests.
Pre-trip information and consultation with Canadian Adventure Company
Full Gear Consultation
Trip planning and preparation
Rental and purchasing programs
Optional Avalanche Skills Training Level 1 (AST 1) as administered by Avalanche Canada
Practical and technical usage of gear and equipment
Best practices, ski techniques, and more.
Contact CAC for more information and bookings at firstname.lastname@example.org