Experience winter the Blue River way, on a professionally guided backcountry tour. Get your adrenaline pumping as you follow your guide through deep, dry powder, pristine vistas and terrain… as challenging as you can handle.
Mike Wiegele Heli
& CAT Skiing
There are no chairlifts here. No crowds. Only 4,500 sq km (2,800 sq mi) of unspoiled, untracked mountains, glaciers and snow-covered forests with unlimited vertical lift waiting for you to explore via access from a Bell 212 helicopter. A bucket-list experience if ever there was one, right here in the heart of Blue River. First to pioneer the heli-skiing industry, Mike Wiegele chose Blue River as his staging ground for backcountry ski touring because, simply put, he felt there is no better snow in the world.
Fill your days conquering the mountains and your nights re-telling tales of your alpine escapades over gourmet dinners with newfound friends back at the lodge, then retire for the night in luxurious log-cabins, complete with crackling, warm fires and all the comforts of home.Visit Their Website
Hut-to-Hut Ski MountaineeringSnowy Mountain Lodge
Get waist-deep in fresh powder. Ski past trees so heavy with snow they look like ghosts on the horizon. Explore snow-capped peaks, ski glades, chutes and glaciers and descents of up to 1100m (3609 ft). With an average snow pack of four to five metres in the tree line, Blue River is one of BC’s newest and best backcountry ski destinations.
Skiers and boarders are provided with a tailored backcountry skiing vacation as we aim to cater to each groups’ ability and objectives. Summit ascents, steep descents, powder laps and long range touring days can be accommodated to suit the skills and interests of experienced riders. Skiing and riding here is about deep powder, steep open lines and authentic mountain accommodation.Visit Their Website
Guided Snowmobile ExpeditionsBlue River Sledz
Step into your boots. Strap on your helmet. Pilot your own snow machine. You decide just which adventure you’re up for and suit up for the ride of your life. With more than 10m (32 ft) of dry, powder snow each year, novice or expert riders will find plenty trails to explore in Blue River, one of BC’s premier spots for sledding.
Follow your guide through avalanche-free trails on a family-friendly ride in the mountains. Or, wind your way through the snow-capped forest, into the steep and deep stuff, cruising through alpine bowls and along mountain peaks on a full-day, adrenaline-fueled adventure in the wild.Visit Their Website