The Splitboard HQ Rogers Pass Weekend is designed with the more advanced rider in mind. Over the weekend, our ACMG-certified splitboard guides will take you into the world-famous touring terrain in Rogers Pass.
We will also tie in a little education, technique, and terrain selection into the day. However, the main goal is to get out, ride some great lines, and enjoy what 'The Pass' has to offer.
Whether it is simply a way to see the pass for the first time, meet other similar-minded riders, or to see the pass through the eyes of a pro guide. This weekend is a great couple of days, to get out riding in a fun and safe way.
Note: It is highly recommended that participants book accommodation in Revelstoke for this course. The days will start early and can be long.
SKILL LEVEL: Advanced, 1000-1500+ meters of elevation gain
DURATION: 2 Full Days
AGES: 16 + Years
INSTRUCTOR : STUDENT RATIO: 1 : 6
ADVANCED backcountry ski/board ability. Good level of fitness, ability to comfortably tour at a mellow pace for 4 - 6 hours
Rogers Pass. Exact locations, plans, and objectives will be dictated by conditions and avalanche hazards.
- Guiding for 2 days at a 1:6 max ratio
- Free use of Avy Safety Gear
- Discounted Splitboard Rentals
DOES NOT INCLUDE- Accommodation in Revelstoke
- Parks Entry Pass
Rogers Pass Winter Permit
To ski at Rogers Pass you need to have a valid winter permit (click here for more info). It IS IMPORTANT that you have this done prior to the program. It can be done online and collected at the visitor's center. WE REQUIRE THAT YOU DO THE ONLINE QUIZ as it will save the group a minimum of 45 minutes at the start of the day. You can find the winter permit quiz here. It takes about 30 - 45 minutes to complete.
WHEN COMPLETE, please print the notification (or save it to your phone) and make sure to bring it with you for quick pickup on DAY 1 of the program. PLEASE ARRIVE early if you do need to collect your permit. The more time we save on the front end, the MORE RIDING we get to do!
All customers will be required to sign a Release of Liability, Waiver of Claims, Assumption of Risk, and Indemnity Agreement to participate in the course.
Participants will be required to read and agree to a digital copy of the waiver (Linked Here) before registering for the course.
Participants will also be required to sign an additional paper copy on Day 1 of the course.