Backcountry skiing isn’t just for pros looking for the ultimate thrill ride, it’s also beginner friendly, meaning anyone with solid blue level resort experience can have fun in the backcountry. If you’ve never backcountry skied before, heading out with a guide is your best bet. They’ll take care of the planning, introduce you to the basics, like skinning uphill, and teach you how to manage the terrain. They also have the experience and avalanche training to keep you safe.
For the Customized Day and Ski Mountaineering adventures, you need to be capable of skiing advanced, black diamond, open slope runs.
For the advanced tour, you need to have previous powder skiing experience. You will be skiing, touring, and summiting on glaciated terrain for 8-10 hours. Your guide will take care of the planning, oversee your technique, and teach you how to better manage the terrain. They also have the experience and avalanche training necessary to keep you safe.