Kayaker on Kaslo Bay
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Backcountry Skiing

Backcountry skier (Picture BC photo)

Backcountry skier (Picture BC photo)

Kaslo's expansive and pristine wilderness provides incredible terrain for backcountry skiing.

Kaslo has two local operators that offer both guided and self-guided backcountry ski packages with accommodation.

KMH Backcountry Skiing

A KMH Backcountry Skiing adventure begins at the Kaslo Airport. A short helicopter ride transports guests to Mount Carlyle Lodge, situated at 2,200m/7,200ft in the Selkirk Range.

The terrain around the lodge offers more subdued rides, excellent tree skiing, and steep freeride descents. Both guided and self-guided backcountry tours are available, including the "Carlyle Classic" – a one-day tour of Mount Carlyle involving five high mountain passes and cols.

Backcountry ski packages for groups of eight to 10 skiers range from basic lodge rentals (self-guided/self-catered) to fully guided and catered trips. All packages include round-trip helicopter transportation.

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