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The winter of 22/23 is shaping up to be the season of the road-trip.

With so many world class resorts to ride in, Canada leaves us spoilt for choice when it comes to waist deep champagne powder, mind blowing tree runs, elite freestyle parks and amazing vibes in general.

Split across 2 parts, The Mega tour features two days of skiing/snowboarding at the best Canadian resorts on the Mountain Collective Pass, plus some stops at our favourite Powder Highway resorts. Over the course of 18 days, we'll travel deep into the heart of powder heaven, hitting all the secret local spots and progressing your skills with our guides along the way. We've dialled in this road trip to get in as many days riding as possible so you can make the most of your passes and time.


The best part about The Mega is that you can choose Part 1 or Part 2 for a regional focus, or select both parts of this epic road trip to clock the best riding that Canada has to offer. Whatever option you choose, we guarantee a once in a lifetime experience exploring the best skiing & snowboarding in Canada and a whole lotta great memories with your newly found skiing & snowboarding pals!




Starting in our hometown of Banff, we'll ensure your timely arrival and make sure you're all checked in, followed a team dinner and a chance to meet our new riding pals and guide, discussing all the awesomeness for the weeks ahead.


In Banff, we'll have 6 days with minimal driving to make the most of our local mountains with 2 days at Sunshine Village & Lake Louise, followed by an epic day at the home of the Freeride World Tour, Kicking Horse Mountain Resort. These first 6 days of riding gets us dialled in for the rest of the trip & offers a chance to experience the amazing mountain lifestyle, scenery, wildlife & nightlife on offer in the famous towns of Banff & Lake Louise.

From Kicking Horse we make our way through the jaw-dropping scenery of Glacier National Park to our next destination, Revelstoke. Along the way we'll stop at some natural hot springs to recuperate our legs for the days of steep and deep powder riding ahead.

Revelstoke holds the record for the most snowfall in Canada in a single winter at 80 ft or a whopping 2,438 cm, and the Resort's slopes are blanketed in an average of 10.5 metres of powder every winter, so we hope you packed your snorkels!

On the final day of Part. 1, we depart Revelstoke early to arrive in Kelowna around 12pm to farewell those who are sadly leaving us at this point. Those who are continuing onto Part 2 will be able to enjoy brewery hopping, ice skating, shopping or relaxing before we hit the road again.






We welcome our new squad members joining us for Pt. 2 of The Epic and hit the road to quirky & charming Rossland for 2 days of epic powder riding & $10 cat-skiing at Red Mountain Resort.

Red Mountain Resort is famous for it's uncrowded, deep powder fall line skiing & snowboarding and Rossland has been voted as the best ski town in North America, so you can expect nothing short of a great time!

After a couple of days exploring Red's extensive terrain, we make the short journey up the road for 2 days at Whitewater Ski Resort and the eclectic town of Nelson, nestled deep in the Selkirk Mountains.

At Whitewater, mother nature blankets the resort in over 40 feet of snow annually, yet there are no snowmaking machines to be found. What you will find though is 2044 feet of steeps, deeps, chutes, bowls, and some of the best glade riding on the planet at your feet.

Following 4 straight days of deep powder riding, even the most bulletproof riders legs need a little TLC. So, on our way from Nelson to our next stop at Panorama we'll stop at some local secret hot springs for a nice relaxing dip, before arriving in Invermere that evening.

Our final stop for 2 days, Panorama, sits on the edge of the Canadian Rockies and is famous for its jaw-dropping scenery and the epic tree and powder riding in the Extreme Dream Zone.

On the final day of Pt.2, we depart Panorama early to enjoy the scenery and arrive back in Banff around midday for those who are staying longer, then continue on to Calgary for a 2pm arrival for those leaving.





Full trip (Parts 1 & 2): 20th February - 9th March 2023

Part 1: 20th February - 1st March 2023

Part 2: 1st March - 9th March 2023

Full trip (Parts 1 & 2): 20th March - 6th April 2023

Part 1: 20th March - 29th March 2023

Part 2: 29th March - 6th April 2023


Full trip (Parts 1 & 2): 19th February - 7th March 2024

Part 1: 19th February -  28th February 2024

Part 2: 28th February -  7th March 2024

Full trip (Parts 1 & 2): 18th March - 4th April 2024

Part 1: 18th March -  27th March 2024

Part 2: 27th March -  4th April 2024


Part 1: 9 nights | 10 days with 7 days on mountain

Part 2: 8 nights | 9 days with 6 days on mountain


Part 1 & 2 combined: 17 nights | 18 days with 13 days on mountain


Full trip (Parts 1 & 2);
$5990 CAD + tax (5%) per person without the Mountain Collective pass

$5590 CAD + tax (5%) per person with the Mountain Collective pass
Single supplement $1890 CAD + tax (5%) per person

Part 1 only;

$3490 CAD + tax (5%) per person without the Mountain Collective pass

$3090 CAD + tax (5%) per person with the Mountain Collective pass
Single supplement $1290 CAD + tax (5%) per person

Part 2 only;

$3290 CAD + tax (5%) per person without the Mountain Collective pass

$3060 CAD + tax (5%) per person with the Mountain Collective pass
Single supplement $1290 CAD + tax (5%) per person

Contact us to book!


Small group (6:1 guest/guide ratio), freeride skiing/snowboarding for intermediate to expert level riders, featuring stops at Mountain Collective destinations and the best of the Powder Highway.


A tailor made skiing/snowboarding tour with fully flexible booking options for lift passes, accommodation type and optional extras.


All ski passes, accommodation, breakfasts, private van transportation, trip & on-mountain guiding, national park fees, hot springs, ice hockey game, VIP board/ski shopping experience & brewery/distillery tour | MORE INFO

EXTRAS (at discounted rates): 

Airport transfers, side trips, rentals, extensions, accommodation upgrades & more | MORE INFO


The postcard perfect town of Banff needs no introduction as one of the worlds premier mountain destinations for its proximity to the vast unspoiled wilderness of the Canadian Rockies. It's our home base and we love sharing the best of Banff and nearby Lake Louise with our guests year round. Our home resorts of Sunshine Village & Lake Louise are within a short drive and boast epic terrain and features for all. 


Panorama is ranked as #1 resort for most space per skier among the world’s 100 largest ski areas. What does this mean? Think vast areas of skiable terrain, wide open groomed runs and a selection of chairlifts that efficiently spreads people out across the mountains 2,975 acres of terrain – ranging from wide open fall-line cruisers to powder-filled tree lines and the steep and deep exhilaration of Taynton Bowl.


It doesn’t take long to be seduced by Revelstoke’s charm. Over 120 years of skiing history has become part of the town’s fabric, creating a community that celebrates winter. If you live for snow, welcome home. Revelstoke holds the record for the most snowfall in Canada in a single winter at 80 ft or a whopping 2,438 cm, and the Resort's slopes are blanketed in an average of 10.5 metres of powder every winter.


We're the only adventure travel company that tailor makes each reservation from the ground up, meaning that you're getting the best value and only paying for the things you want on your trip (meaning no expensive pre-booked 3 course dinners at the hotel restaurant). Add to this the fact that we are a team of passionate explorers with years of real life experience in Canada and it seems like a no-brainer to us.​


The starting price includes our hand-picked, well-maintained hotels with modern facilities that through personal experience we have found are the best value for money. Some options even have hot tubs to keep your legs feeling fresh. We have alternate accommodation options in each destination to suit you! The choice is yours.​


We have the smallest and smartest guest to guide ratio to ensure the best experience for everyone. Our small groups allow greater manoeuvrability, flexibility and ease of access to the best spots that each destination offers. When we are on the mountain, our guest to guide ratio is maximum 6 people per guide, allowing us to split up groups into different ability levels or riding styles each day.

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We've been exploring every inch of these mountains for some years now, connecting with other local experts and utilizing our contacts at each destination to bring you the best conditions each day.

We closely follow the snow conditions and forecasts each day and our local guides are pros when it comes to finding you all the best powder stashes, tree lines, side hits and runs of your life.

Want mind altering tree runs? Head this way. Fancy getting nipples deep in the side country? Over here. Wanna Tamedog into a flawless park lap?The choice is yours.

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