- Do British Columbia’s slopes live up to the hype?
- Why hut-based ski touring is the best way to experience BC
- What a typical week in a backcountry hut looks like
- The types of skiing you can expect
- Getting there and other essential logistical tips
- How to prepare for your own hut-based ski tour
Renowned for its legendary snowfall and world-class hospitality, British Columbia holds the crown for being the best ski spot in Canada, possibly even the world. Its endless meadows, wide-open bowls, and dreamy pillow lines have to be skied to be believed.
The finest slopes in BC are found far from the resorts, and are only accessible through alpine huts. These cozy cabins and chalets provide fantastic lines straight from the doorstep, along with homemade meals and soothing saunas for après-ski enjoyment—royal treatment that befits the runs.
Want to know what a hut-based ski tour in BC is actually like? Join this one-hour session hosted by Monte Johnston, a certified expert with years of guiding experience. You’ll learn what a week in BC’s wilderness looks like, hear all about the skiing it offers, and pick up some invaluable tips for executing a trip like this.
The wild mountains of British Columbia are a fantastic feather in any backcountry skier’s cap. Check out our free webinar to learn why!
Monte Johnston is a certified ACMG ski guide, an AMGA/IFMGA Mountain Guide, and an ACMG Apprentice Alpine and Rock Guide. In his 11 years of experience, he’s skied, climbed, and guided all over the world before settling in British Columbia because of the unparalleled access to fantastic routes and ski runs.