Let it snow!
We can safely operate in a variety of weather conditions, from cloudless blue sky to variable and under freshly falling snow. Different conditions will often mean different terrain choice, and we will do our best to find the best snow quality whatever the weather. We have plenty of skiing in gladed and treed areas of the subalpine forest that provide excellent visibility reference for those grey and snowy days. Although for many people, a blue-sky day is how they picture perfection, the snow is just as good (and sometimes better!) on those stormy and overcast days too.
"Rudi, Thanks for a wonderful day of skiing and friendship and sharing your love of the mountains with us. The 55 cm of storm snow didn’t hurt either!" – Deb and Gord
An important note on forecasts: they’re unreliable! We’re not kidding. Weather conditions in the mountains are prone to rapid and extreme changes, and often unfold very differently than the forecast predicted. It is not uncommon to see different weather conditions than what was predicted only the night before! For those seeking the perfect day to secure their booking, it is important to be prepared for the unexpected. Mother Nature will always keep us guessing.
Because weather can improve (or worsen) dramatically in the course of an hour or two, we ask all guests to meet at our day lodge at the appropriate start time regardless of how things look first thing in the morning. The decision to go or postpone the day will not be made until later in the morning.
If heavy fog, high winds, or other poor weather prohibits safe flight, we will attempt to reschedule your reservation for another day within your holiday. If this is not possible, you will receive a full refund in the same method as original payment, no questions asked.