California Ski Tours

Lassen National Park Ridge Skier

PAuite Pass to Larmark Col

Eastern Sierra Nevada – 4 Days
$1,695.00 per person 

Our intermediate to advanced backcountry ski tour explores the interior of the Sierra Nevada over four days. Starting at North Lake, we ski into the stunning Humphrey basin region over Pauite Pass, before going south over and through Alpine, Col. Dropping down into Darwin Canyon below Mt Mendel, Hackel, and Mt Darwin. Ski up to the head of Darwin Basin and ascending Larmark Col and a 5,000 ft. ski descent back to the trailhead. Our route combines three passes, excellent scenery, spring skiing conditions, and plenty of time to enjoy it all! Give us a call to book your space or additional information on this ski tour.
Mammoth to Yosemite Ski tour

Mammoth to Yosemite

Sierra Nevada- 6 Days
$2,495.00 per person

Skiing in California’s High Sierra is a dream for many ski mountaineers, and the route from Mammoth Mountain to Yosemite Valley is a popular choice. It must be quite an experience to skin your way out to the backcountry towards Thousand Islands Lakes and climb up over Donahue Pass before skiing down and making your way along the border of Yosemite National Park to Hwy 120. The scenery must be breathtaking! The fact that it’s an intermediate spring ski tour makes it even more appealing to those looking for a thrilling adventure in the Sierra high country. Give us a call or join us for a fantastic spring tour.
Sierra High Route

Sierra High Route

Sierra Nevada – 8 Days / 7 Nights
$2,995.00 per person

The Trans-Sierra tour is an amazing adventure for skiers. Starting from Wolverton ski area in Kings Canyon National Park and ending at Shepherd Pass trailhead, the route takes you through seven passes of 12,000 ft. or higher, each with a fantastic ski run on the other side. It’s impressive that the tour stays above the tree line after the first pass until the descent to Owens Valley Desert Floor. The Cloud and Deadman Canyons bowls near Triple Divide Peak are worth stopping for, with their giant glacial cirques spanning two miles up and over two miles across. The tour ends with a rolling tour through the Kern Plateau and a descent down Shepard’s Pass, returning to the tree line. We recommend doing the tour from West to East, and it’s definitely an adventure worth considering – give us a call.

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