Best tree skiing on the planet
Long, steep pitched runs
Known for the best tree skiing on earth, the big mountains of the Monashees are “a tree skiers’ holy land” and simply unmatched. The mountain range has a rare combination of giant, old-growth trees and steep, north-facing consistently steep pitched runs that just keep going and going.
The Monashee Lodge is the newest and largest of our custom-built mountain havens and is situated on the banks of the Columbia River. The spectacular timber framed building is built with huge local Fir trees and historical artifacts from the area.
If you are looking for a remote lodge experience with drive to accessibility and epic tree skiing then the Monashees is a great choice.
CMH Monashees Facts
Monashees & Selkirks
580m - 3140m
1487.53 sq. km – 356 runs
26 rooms with 2 queen beds and private bath, 22 rooms with 1 queen bed and private bath, bar/lounge area, dining room, exercise room, climbing wall, games room, shop, massage, rooftop whirlpool, sauna.
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CMH MONASHEES TRIPS
~2015-16 Season Trips~
* Prices are based on double occupancy. Subject to applicable taxes. Please ask about single rates.
All US$ prices are based on the current US/CDN exchange rate as available on www.bankofcanada.ca. US$ prices are for information purposes only and are subject to change. The trip will be invoiced in Canadian dollars and will be subject to the then applicable exchange rate if paid by the guest in another currency. Banks and credit card companies may charge certain fees and/or use a different exchange rate for credit card invoicing purposes.
TransportationOur private coaches will depart for the Monashee Lodge in the morning. Transport will be accompanied by a CMH Coach Host (from Banff). Every trip is catered with food and beverages. Departing guests will board the same coach for the return journey to Calgary.
- Airport: Calgary International Airport
- Hotel: The Delta Calgary Airport Hotel »
- Distance: 548 km (341 mi) west of Calgary via Banff, Golden, Revelstoke