Canada: British Columbia
Ride with the pros, test the latest gear and leave the lodge with a brand new pair of K2s. Do you really need any more persuasion?
"Ski through the trees & stomp the steeps with K2 athletes"
No need to pinch yourself you are definitely not dreaming! At Kootenay lodge in Naksup serious riders get together and get rad. All this and super sweet terrain to boot? Yup! Up in the Selkirks and Monashees you can take your pick of the terrain. Like a kid in a candy shop you’ll be drooling over the cotton-candy powder. Zip through the trees and stomp the steeps all in the company of K2 athletes and awesome guides.
Heli-skiing doesn’t get much better than this. Rip it all day on some of the best backcountry gear out there, with some of the best riders and the terrain to match. When you’re all worn out from a full day of hard charging, return to the lodge and recharge your batteries. Take a soak in the natural hot springs and share your tales of high-adrenaline adventure.
"Conveniently located and right by the beautiful lake"
The lodge is conveniently located downtown and right by the beautiful lake. It’s a chilled out base where like-minded rippers and shredders come to ride the mountain and share the stoke. With a great bar and restaurant, fitness room, private bedrooms and wifi you’re in good hands at Kootenay lodge.
Check out the spectacular mountain scenery and plan your line as you fly up in the lightweight and speedy helicopter, then go full throttle back down the mountain. CMH guides and K2 athletes will make sure you’re dropping into the best lines and experiencing the true Canadian backcountry. This is one sick trip for skiers and snowboarders who love the lodge-lifestyle and riding powder. Chat with one of our pros at Luex for more information and booking.
4 reasons to choose CMH Kootenay:
- Big mountain terrain with sweet lines!
- Stay in the K2’s chilled-out mountain lodge!
- Ride with K2 pro athletes and test the latest gear.
- Great mountain town with natural hot-springs, perfect for après-ski.