$3000 per person

Spend 10 days exploring the vast icefields of Kluane National Park with Mt Logan as our backdrop.

This tour involves Landing on one of the Vast Icefields in Kluane, setting up a base camp and skiing nearby objectives.

Camp is usually moved twice during this tour allowing us a lot variability in terrain and skiing objectives.

2 out of 4 spots left.

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X - Your tent here!



Trip Logistics

A 2 hour shuttle from Whitehorse is taken to the airstrip at Kluane Lake where we will board the classic Helio-Courier ski plane that will transport us to our 1st Glacier camp.

The following 3-4 days are spent exploring the peaks and skiing the tempting lines we see along the way.

After skiing the surrounding lines we will then move base camp up the super highway Icefields to the next batch of objectives. We will reset camp and spend the rest of the trip at this location.

The image below is an example of the 1st base camp location

10 days later the plane will return to pick us up at camp 2 for our flight back to the airstrip at Kluane Lake.



$3000 pp + GST

Trip Cost Include:

  • Return shuttle from Whitehorse to Kluane Lake

  • Glacier Flights to Base Camp

  • Food

  • Guiding Services by ACMG guides.

  • Group technical equipment

  • Park fees and rescue insurance

Not Included:

  • Air fare to Whitehorse

  • Food and accommodation in Whitehorse if required

This trip is designed to take your ski touring to the next level in terms of isolation, terrain and big mountain travel. Participants should be experienced ski tourers and have some experience in backcountry camping. Temperatures on the icefields can range from +5 to -30 with nice warm sunny days to raging storm bound sessions!

All part of the adventure.

In total we will be a group of 8 with 2 guides within the group. This gives us an increased margin of safety as well the opportunity to have 2 different objectives running each day. 

For more info contact us and we can drill further down to the details by phone or in person.



See a line, ski a line!

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