Burnie Glacier Chalet
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Northwestern British Columbia has no big names, but some very big mountains. No fancy resort towns, but a living aboriginal culture. More bears live here than people: come and tilt the balance of the wild.
What’s different about Burnie Glacier Chalet? Being the most northwest of all lodges in B.C, big stable snow packs are the norm from December to May. The terrain appeals to stronger skiers with many demanding, glaciated lines, rugged peaks and excellent tree skiing for stormy days.
Introductory courses, advanced avalanche training and professional courses are offered. Plus, there’s solar electricity, a wood fired sauna, wonderful food and IFMGA Mountain Guide Christoph Dietzfelbinger to lead the way.
Service options: Catered, Guided, Self-catered, Self-guided
Access by: Helicopter, Hike or ski
Accommodation type: lodge sleeps 11, with one private room, a famliy room, and two shared accommodations
Amenities at Burnie Glacier Chalet: Drying area, Electricity, Equipment rental, Maps, Satellite, radio or cell phone service, Sauna, Wood heat