Camp Highlights

  • Low ratio guiding by ACMG certified alpine guides
  • Enjoy the camaraderie of a similar-aged group
  • Relax as we look after food, accommodation and logistics
  • Hike or mountaineer

Dates & price

  •  TBC
  • $TBC + Tax / Person

Full Details Coming Soon

We are still confirming final details for this camp and will update this page as soon as they are available. Please get in touch with us if you'd like to be notified of updates or register your interest. 

Camp Objectives


Day by Day Adventure Itinerary 
  • TBC
Is this Camp For Me?

For those who would like to mountaineer: This camp is designed for people with some alpine climbing experience and basic rope-handling skills. You must have a good level of fitness, and be able to carry up to a 9 – 11kg (20 – 25lb) day pack for several hours. You must also be able to carry a heavier 35 – 40lb overnight pack into and out of the hut. For those who would prefer to hike: You must have a good level of fitness and be able to carry up to a 9 – 11kg (20 – 25lb) day pack for several hours. 

Food, Accommodation and Guiding


Meals are a combination of tasty, dehydrated backpacking meals provided by Happy Yak foods in Montreal, and pre-prepared meals and goodies provided by local Canmore caterers. We’re able to accommodate most allergies, medical dietary restrictions and vegetarian diets. Additional surcharges apply for vegan, lactose-free, or gluten-free diets.




Our low guiding ratio 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 routes.  

This camp is guided by Association of Canadian Mountain Guides-certified Alpine and Apprentice Alpine guides.

  • “It was day one. No wait, it was day two. No, that’s not correct, it was day three. Or maybe day five. Day six? Do you see where I am going with this? Highlight every day.”
  • “great guides, really great guides.”
  • “All the peaks were fun!”
  • “Spending five days hiking with such a friendly, supportive group of new friends, in an area that I have never hiked before. An adventure I’ll never forget.”
  • “The guide knew the hikes, was well organized and a great communicator and was always concerned about our safety and enjoyment.”
- Past 55+ Camp Participants-

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Contact Us

   403 678 3200 ext. 109

Organizing Fantastic ACC Adventures For Over 100 Years

  • Local Knowledge - based out of Canmore, AB, we know the Rockies region and the best local caterers, guides and porters
  • Dedicated resources - full-time office staff, ACMG guides and group equipment on-hand to ensure your trip runs smoothly
  • Not-for-profit - any money we make on camps and courses is reinvested into providing services for our members and the mountain community

Cancellation policy and travel Insurance

Please be sure to review our cancellation policy before registering for ACC Adventures:
Cancellation Policy
We sell Tugo® Travel Insurance suitable for both ACC Adventures and personal trips

Travel Insurance


  • Professional guiding by certified ACMG alpine guides 
  • Accommodation
  • All meals
  • Portering of group food to reduce backpack weights
  • Parks Canada Wilderness Passes
  • All group gear

Participants Must Provide

  • Transportation to and from meeting place
  • Personal gear (see gear list)

Your Guides

Sylvia Forest

Sylvia (Syl) Forest is a mountain guide living near Golden, BC. Syl worked as a park warden and mountain rescue specialist in Jasper, Lake Louise and Glacier National Parks for 23 years, and managed the mountain rescue program in Glacier Park for eight years. She completed her UIAGM Mountain Guide certification in 2001. Syl left Parks in the fall of 2013 in order to spend more time guiding, and to spend more time with her family.

Syl also teaches avalanche courses regularly for the Canadian Avalanche Association, and works as a heli ski guide during the winter months.

Peter Amann

Peter has worked as a Mountain Guide in many ranges throughout western Canada. He works in many of the camps for the Alpine Club of Canada, including 25 years in the General Mountaineering Camp. He also works with training the Canadian Military’s Search and Rescue Technicians, worked as the Avalanche Forecaster at Marmot Basin for 18 years, and Lead Guide for Robson Helimagic for 6 seasons. Peter works as an instructor and examiner on the Hiking Guide programs for Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops. Peter has taught both Rock and Mountaineering courses for 35+ years and has guided many private ski touring and climbing parties. He presently spends the winter months as Avalanche Technician/Forecaster for Northwest Avalanche Solutions Ltd.

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