FREERIDE TOURING CANADA: 2022-02-07 - 2022-02-18

Freeride touring in Canada

07.02.2022 - 18.02.2022

Due to the Covid-19 situation, in the following ski season 2020/21 we guarantee full refund in case of cancelation caused by the restriction or ban. Please do book the flights with cancelation insurance to protect your money fully. Lets' hope for the best but be ready for worse! 

Safety & Avalanches

During the week or two will spend a lot of time learning about safety in the mountains. Specifically, how to avoid an avalanche through understanding conditions, reading snow profiles and simple snow stability tests. You’ll learn how to perform an avalanche rescue if things go wrong along with some useful first aid.

Although there is some theory, most of it is taught in real life situations on the mountain. Snowbusters will demonstrate how to organize a group avalanche rescue and you’ll take part in plenty of simulations. This includes multiple backfilling, digging victims and hypothermic treatment.



Just over a decade old, Revelstoke in British Columbia has earned a reputation as one of the best off-piste and ski touring destinations on the planet. With over 1,670m of vertical, over 12 million square metres of terrain and around 12m of snow each winter it’s a freeride paradise.

Using Revelstoke’s efficient lifts you can reach vast amounts of in-bounds avalanche controlled terrain. If you want more attach your skins and tour or splitboard outside the ski areas boundaries to enjoy the stunning backcountry on offer.


Rogers Pass

Less than an hour from Revelstoke is Roger’s Pass in the Selkirk mountains. Using the Trans Canada highway you can get easy access and cheap elevation, making it the destinations that most Revelstoke locals go for their backcountry fix. With big snow, steep slopes and plenty of lines it is a freeriders dream.


Kootenay Pass

Around 4 hours south of Revelstoke on Highway 3A you’ll find some of the most varied and fun backcountry on the planet. Kootenay Pass takes you to around 1785m and from there you can tour or splitboard around 25 well documented routes that offer everything a powder junkie desires.


Join Snowbusters for a Canadian backcountry adventure in British Columbia. Your only regret will be why you didn’t visit sooner.

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What you need to know

  1. Designed as a poor and only freeride / freeride touring experience without any compromises.
  2. Make sure you are fit, confident steep runs skier with previous free ride / ski touring experience. Get in touch with us if you have any doubts.
  3. This is a skiing trip and our number one goal is to maximize your time spent on the slope learning. Of course there is always time for après-ski beer.
  4. We want you to worry as less as possible so we are fully available to assist you in all ways possible.

Typical day

Coffee, tea, breakfast, morning yoga, jogging, ... or what ever morning routine you are use to.

6 - 8 am
8 - 8.30 am

Loading the track and heading to the place we will be skiing.

Time to ride it deep and steep.

10 am - 4 pm
5 pm

Après-ski beer / vine. We sort out the plan for next day.

Planning the next day (avalanche forecast, route planning, ...)

6 pm
7 - 8 pm

Possibly meeting for communal dinner.

Drinks, bit of party, sleep. But it is only a suggestion ;)

8 - 10 pm
6 - 8 am

Coffee, tea, breakfast, morning yoga, jogging, ... or what ever morning routine you are use to.

What’s included

  • 12 days ski & snowboard guiding and coaching
  • Shared accommodation in self catering apartment or similar


  • Ski / snowboard rentals
  • Travel expanses 
  • Skiing/snowboarding insurance
  • Food and drinks


You should bring your personal ski or snowboard freeride touring equipment (skis with touring bindings, splitboard, skins, telescopic poles, ...), avalanche set and ski or snowboard clothing. 


Everyone goes on their own. There are many shops, restaurants, cafeterieas, bars, ... in ski resorts and around so no one will be starving. 


Shared accommodation in self catering apartment or similar will be organized. Of course feel free to organize something you prefer on your own.

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07.02.2022 - 18.02.2022

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