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Intro to Backcountry Skiing (Feb 2-3, 2019)
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Intro to Backcountry Skiing (Feb 2-3, 2019)
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2019 Rogers Pass Powder - Wheeler Edition
Next Steps Backcountry Skiing Rogers Pass (Feb 9-10, 2019)
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Next Steps Backcountry Skiing Rogers Pass (Feb 9-10, 2019)
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2019 Rogers Pass Powder - Asulkan Edition (Feb 15-17)
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2019 Rogers Pass Powder - Asulkan Edition (Feb 15-17)
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2019 Rogers Pass Powder - Asulkan Edition (Feb 18-22)
AST 2 - Winter 2019 (February 21 - 24, 2019)
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2019 Rogers Pass Powder - Asulkan Edition (Mar 1-3)
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When: November 24–25, 2018
Where: Canmore, AB
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When: December 1–2, 2018
Where: Canmore, AB
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Kick Off Your Season Off Right With Ice and Mixed Climbing Legend Sean Isaac

What better way to prepare yourself for the upcoming ice climbing season than with five days of instruction and from world-renowned ice and mixed climbing legend and ACMG Guide Sean Isaac. While many climbers across Canada return to the confines of their local indoor gyms, early December in the Rockies is a time of low avalanche hazard, easy traveling and giddy excitement as the classic ice... Details
When: December 3–7, 2018
Where: AB

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An Introductory Backcountry Course Specially Tailored for Splitboarders

Sometimes skiers just don’t get it: snowboarders can go pretty much anywhere skiers can! That doesn’t mean that they want to deal with unnecessary changeovers or flat sections when there’s a way around. 

Transitions from up the hill to down the hill can eat up a lot of time, even for skiers: imagine trying to un-stick skins from themselves and get them packed away, tighten your boots up, get... Details
When: December 8–9, 2018
Where: AB

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When: December 15–16, 2018
Where: Canmore, AB
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Get More Powder and Less Crowds by Opening the Door to the Backcountry

If you’ve been eyeing the untracked powder behind the rope at the resort or along the highway, but you’re not sure where to start, this is the course for you.

The backcountry is an entirely different beast to the resort. Terrain, snowpack, snow type, travel conditions, fitness, weather, avalanche hazard, and gear are just a few of the considerations that go into riding in the backcountry. Set... Details
When: December 29–30, 2018
Where: AB

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When: January 5–6, 2019
Where: Canmore, AB
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Get More Powder and Less Crowds by Opening the Door to the Backcountry

If you’ve been eyeing the untracked powder behind the rope at the resort or along the highway, but you’re not sure where to start, this is the course for you.

The backcountry is an entirely different beast to the resort. Terrain, snowpack, snow type, travel conditions, fitness, weather, avalanche hazard, and gear are just a few of the considerations that go into riding in the backcountry. Set... Details
When: January 7–8, 2019
Where: AB

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You've Taken an AST 1 and an Introduction to Backcountry Skiing, Now What?

This course is designed to bridge the gap for a beginner backcountry skier between what you learn on an introductory AST or Intro to Backcountry Skiing course, and what you need to go out with your peers in the backcountry. You can expect two days of great skiing and learning, focusing on hands-on examples of how to use terrain to maximize safety and fun. If you’ve taken your Introduction to... Details
When: January 19–20, 2019
Where: BC

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When: January 19–20, 2019
Where: Canmore, AB
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Get More Powder and Less Crowds by Opening the Door to the Backcountry

If you’ve been eyeing the untracked powder behind the rope at the resort or along the highway, but you’re not sure where to start, this is the course for you.

The backcountry is an entirely different beast to the resort. Terrain, snowpack, snow type, travel conditions, fitness, weather, avalanche hazard, and gear are just a few of the considerations that go into riding in the backcountry. Set... Details
When: January 26–27, 2019
Where: AB

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Get More Powder and Less Crowds by Opening the Door to the Backcountry

If you’ve been eyeing the untracked powder behind the rope at the resort or along the highway, but you’re not sure where to start, this is the course for you.

The backcountry is an entirely different beast to the resort. Terrain, snowpack, snow type, travel conditions, fitness, weather, avalanche hazard, and gear are just a few of the considerations that go into riding in the backcountry. Set... Details
When: February 2–3, 2019
Where: AB

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A Legendary Backcountry Powder Destination

Rogers Pass is one of the undoubted capitals of North American ski touring. The sheer amount of powder, vertical and terrain types makes it a must-do destination for those with prior backcountry experience looking to push it to the next level. 

Always wanted to ski this legendary destination but feeling intimated by the big mountain terrain? Or perhaps you are overwhelmed by the sheer number of zones and routes on offer?... Details
When: February 4–8, 2019
Where: BC

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You've Taken an AST 1 and an Introduction to Backcountry Skiing, Now What?

This course is designed to bridge the gap for a beginner backcountry skier between what you learn on an introductory AST or Intro to Backcountry Skiing course, and what you need to go out with your peers in the backcountry. You can expect two days of great skiing and learning, focusing on hands-on examples of how to use terrain to maximize safety and fun. If you’ve taken your Introduction to... Details
When: February 9–10, 2019
Where: BC

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Experience Terrain Usually Reserved for Heli-Accessed Lodges

Rogers Pass is one of the undoubted capitals of North American ski touring. The sheer amount of powder, vertical and terrain types makes it a must-do destination for those with prior backcountry experience looking to push it to the next level. 

Due to popular demand, this year we will be running TWO powder camps to Rogers Pass! For more advanced backcountry skiers and/or those who have visited the Pass... Details
When: February 15–17, 2019
Where: BC