Not all backcounty skiing and snowboarding camps are created equal. Our camps are headquartered in cozy, heated yurts located in the heart of the Tetons. After the day’s instruction, your backcountry experience continues at your remote slopeside yurt. Gather around the wood-burning stove, enjoy a home-cooked meal, and sleep comfortably in a bunk knowing your gear will be dry for the next day’s adventures.
We offer a small group experience with trips limited to six participants — not 16. Small group size ensures personalized instruction and attention, more time for skiing and riding, and more powder for each participant! Space is available on all trips unless otherwise noted.
Avalanche Course — Level I
Gain the skills and knowledge of the Level 1 Avalanche Curriculum established by the American Avalanche Association. The camp is limited to eight participants and is open to both skiers and riders. More »
Avalanche Course — Recreational Level 2+
This course exceeds the 24-hour requirement for a Recreational Level 2 course as outlined by the American Avalanche Association. Course and field time will be approximately 34 hours. This is a great prep course for those who aspire to take the Pro Level 1 course. More »
Basic Backcountry Skills
3-DAY CAMP / January 22-24, 2020
Learn backcountry basics in a fun and immersive camp. We’ll focus on route-finding, navigation, snow stability, weather, rescue, what to carry in your pack, nutrition, and powder skiing technique. More »
Steep and Deep Camp
4-DAY CAMP / March 15-18, 2020
Take your backcounty prowess to the next level! We’ll spend a day skiing and riding in Grand Teton National Park then head to our Plummer Canyon Yurt for three days to rack up the vert. More »
Women’s Backcountry Skills Camp
Share the backcountry with like-minded women while advancing your backcountry skills, technique, and confidence. Our focus is personalized, supportive, and guaranteed to inspire. More »