diverse terrain trees, glades & glaciers
small groups more runs, more fun
Just you, your friends and 247,000 acres of perfection
As one of the most accessible & remote lodges in our arsenal, Adamants’ untouched terrain and intimate lodge atmosphere have pushed it to near mythical status amongst those who like their snow big and their groups small.
Conquer colossal glaciers
Located deep in the northern Selkirks, this heli-access lodge sits at the centre of three pristine valleys and serves up a mix of perfectly spaced trees, wide-open glaciers and big alpine bowls that are perfect for those in search of their very own powder paradise.
Your home away from, well, everything
- 27 guest rooms
- Cozy lounge and dining room
- Outdoor hot tub and sauna
- Climbing wall & games room
- Ski shop
- Fully equipped fitness facility
Not a Heli-Skier?
If your friend or family member isn't a skier, they can still indulge in lodge life while you lay down fresh tracks. Between taking in spectacular views from the outdoor hot tub to enjoying a drink by the fireplace, Adamants is the place to relax and recharge.
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Ready to Book at Adamants?
Plush lodges, a helicopter and a group with one shared goal: fresh, untracked snow. Round up a crew or come solo; either way small group trips maximize your mountain time with like-minded powder hounds.
Small Group Heli-Assisted Ski Touring
Less waits, more mountain time: that’s why we love small group tours. We’ll start the day off right with a drop in deep snow, then we help you skin back to the top. Rip, rinse, repeat.
frequently asked questions
- What kind of terrain can I expect? What's the pace of skiing?
The Adamants tenure has diverse terrain - a mix of tight trees, wide-open glaciers and pillowy slopes. It is best for skiers who are looking for a fast pace.
- How do I get to the Adamants Lodge?
There are a number of ways you can get to the lodge. If you want to ride in one of the CMH coaches, you can download our arrival/departure travel information PDF; if you’d prefer to drive yourself to the helipad, download our self-driving map.
We also have a number of private transportation options if you’re looking for something more specialized. Visit our Transportation page to learn more.
- Is Adamants always Small Group Heli-Skiing?
Yes, Adamants is exclusively for small groups; however, it offers both Small Group Heli-Skiing and Small Group Heli-Assisted Ski Touring trips.
- What does the first day look like?
Upon arrival we will meet in the lounge for a quick orientation and safety talk with our experienced guides. We will introduce the guest pack and what it contains.
Afterward, rooms will be assigned. You will have some time to unpack and get settled in your room - but not too settled as you’ll hear the bell for lunch! After lunch we will have more outdoor safety training and most importantly, we will go skiing. Please dress appropriately for the weather and meet in the lobby area where you came in at 1:00 pm. You will be outside for a few hours so it is important to dress warmly. Snow boots are available in the drying room for your use while at the lodge.
- Is there Wi-Fi/cell service at the lodge? Do you have phones at the lodges?
Complimentary Wi-Fi is available throughout the lodge, as well as a computer area that you can use for internet browsing. Phones can be found in the computer area, and long-distance calling cards are available for purchase in our retail shop.
- How do I cancel my trip?
Visit the Insurance/Cancellation page to view our full cancellation policy.
- Do I have to pay a single supplement if I am traveling alone?
You are not required to pay a single supplement if you are a solo traveller; however, if you want to confirm a single room, you will need to pay an upgrade fee, which varies by lodge.