Sunday, July 1, 2012

2012-2013 Grand Opening Season

April 2012

A lot of snow remains in the mountains of the North Blue but soon we will be embarking on our summer trail maintenance complete program including new bridges across the river and twin creeks.

Stay tuned for more wildlife photos from the trail camera and check back for details on our AST 2 course in January.

Just another 40 overnight- in APRIL

Hope everyone is enjoying Juneuary! We are looking forward to another epic powder season in the North Blue and we would love to host your deep powder ski vacation. If have any trouble contacting us during our website change over...just give us a shout at 250 674 2988 or

Sunday, March 18, 2012

A long load of construction supplies arrives at the yurt. The Pisten Bully is a real work horse and has run well for us. It's passenger box has comfortable seats for 10 skiers.Copy of Guide's Map for the North Blue ski runs
Skiers on a sub peak of 2175. Many peaks have no names so we go by map elevation.

We love our new Prior Husume skis handmade and custom ordered in Whistler, the new xtc carbon platform is fun but light, lively but damp and fast but smooth. The ACMG custom top sheet is a conversation starter with it's very Canadian symbolism. They are without a doubt the most fun skis we have ever used! We mounted them with inserts so we can Tele or Alpine Ski them.

Season of the deep snow 2012

One of our February groups discovered the "Northwest Passage" ski run that devours up a nice 1100 meter descent.

Our guests have been enjoying epic powder conditions so far this season. The snowpack at the lodge, as of March 16th, has reached 375 cm with over 500 cm at tree line, here in the Cariboos. Shovelling has been epic at times as well.

Endangered Mountain Caribou below the lodge during a snowstorm at the end of January.

Wolverine are ubiquitous in the North Blue river valley.