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Our famous, soft and fluffy powder is protected from the wind and sun to maximize your ski experience. Our guides are skilled in curating your day to take advantage of the best conditions, always with safety top of mind. We are continually developing our terrain and in addition to our famous steep tree skiing we have increased access to open powder fields, bowls and sweet pillow lines.
Safety underpins everything we do. All our guides are trained and certified by the CAA (Canadian Avalanche Association) along with either the CSGA (Canadian Ski Guides Association) or ACMG (Association of Canadian Mountain Guides). White Grizzly is also a proud member of Helicat Canada, which oversees the helicopter and catskiing industry in Canada. This organization provides us with vital information and guidelines for industry safety, guest experience, environmental impacts, and employee wellbeing. All guests are provided industryapproved avalanche safety gear and a radio as well as the option of an avalanche airbag. Guests are given a detailed safety orientation at the beginning of the first day of skiing, which includes beacon searches and a treewell demonstration. Our snowcat and guides are in regular contact with our lodge while on the mountain and we have a thorough Emergency Response Plan in place should it be required. All guests have Emergency Evacuation Insurance included as part of the booking for their trip.