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  • LodgesLast Updated On: 3/2/2011

  • SummerLast Updated On: 12/10/2012

  • WinterLast Updated On: 12/10/2012

    Summer in the Backcountry of BC

    Once the snow has retreated to the higher peaks, BC’s unspoilt alpine transforms into a hiker, climber and all around explorer’s paradise. Bag a peak or two and admire sparkling glacier-fed lakes, sweeping vistas and meadows emblazoned with wildflowers. Look out for Indian paintbrush, wild azaleas, lupins, arnica and valerian among the ground-hugging heathers and tiny phacelias in damp rock crevices. The treeline is home to a variety of fauna too. Bring binoculars to spot industrious pikas, mountain goats, ptarmigan and even majestic grizzly bears. Or just chill on the balcony and take in a sunset from the comfort of your lodge.

    Flip through our summer photos of Western Canada’s four major mountain ranges and start planning your next trip today. 

    Winter in the Backcountry of BC

    Escape into BC’s pristine wilderness for the winter and earn your turns in thousands of vertical feet of white powder. Between the months of December and April, you can expect the Rockies, Columbia mountains, Coast Range and Cariboo Chilcotins to dump between 12-18m of snow. Perfect conditions for powder skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing or cross-country skiing – whatever your age or level. So suit up, strap in and shred those chutes, bowls and phenomenal terrain before diving into a hearty dinner back at the lodge. Keep your camera ready on those bluebird days to immortalize your epic feats and jaw-dropping views.

    Check out our stunning winter shots of BC’s backcountry and start planning your trip today.

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