Once at the trailhead, all of the logistics are taken care of to allow you to focus on the climbing. Porters carry your group’s food into the hut to keep packs light on the ascent. You can expect nutritious continental-style breakfasts, packed lunches and 4 course dinners with soup, appetizer, meat-based entrees (with vegetarian option) and a scrumptious dessert.
The Kain hut is a comfortable base for your Bugaboos exploration. The hut provides a kitchen with running water, a heated common area to socialize in the evenings or on rain days, foam sleeping pads, and a micro-hydro generator in a nearby creek.
Our 2:1 guiding ratio (2 clients per guide) will give you the best possible chance of success. The small groups mean that you can split up based on objectives and pacing, and get the individualized attention needed to tackle more challenging alpine rock routes.
This camp is guided by Association of Canadian Mountain Guides-certified Alpine and Apprentice Alpine guides. If you’re coming back for a second year, you’ll recognize most of the same faces. Our guides have years of experience guiding in the Bugaboos, and have guided both classic routes and lesser-known gems.