A variety of objectives will keep participants busy for the five-day camp. The first two nights will be spent at the Wheeler hut, enjoying the comfort (and catering options) offered by a short, 20-minute ski from the parking lot. The Wheeler hut accesses plenty of alpine terrain and tree skiing to take advantage of a variety of snow condtions. The next two nights will be at the spectacular Asulkan hut. From your perch above the headwall, you have an unparalleled view back down the valley and over to classic Rogers Pass objectives.
Rogers Pass offers literally hundreds of objectives for beginner through to expert skiers. Our guides will pick the right destinations and objectives for the group based on weather, conditions and participant input.
The Wheeler Hut offers out-of-the-door access to both the Asulkan and Illecillewaet drainages which are some of the best zones at Rogers Pass. Classic objectives and lines from the hut include: Mushroom People, Dome Glacier, Rampart Bowl, Lily Glacier, Youngs Peak, Perley Rock and the 7 Steps of Paradise.
The Asulkan Cabin is located at the head of the Asulkan Valley at Rogers Pass in Glacier National Park, and has a roughly 3-5 hour approach (potentially longer with fresh snow). Classic objectives from the hut include The Seven Steps of Paradise, Paradise, Asulkan Pass, Pterodactyl, Sapphire Col and the Dome Glacier.
The nearby Ursus drainage also offers a great range of moderate objectives and lines including: Grizzly Shoulder, Puff Daddy, Balu Peak, Video Peak, Ursus Trees, Hourglass and Teddy Bear Trees.