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We take casual seriously
Don’t let the laid-back feel of the lodge fool you – we’re attuned to every little detail in this classic and cozy retreat. From the temperature of the hot tub to the contents of our well-stocked bar to our nightly jam sessions, we go out of our way to make sure everything about Cariboos is warm and inviting.
Live your wildest downhill dreams
Take a ride on the big shoulders of the Cariboo range. The terrain here includes untouched slopes, champagne powder and plenty of tree runs. Every day you’ll carve the first tracks in the backcountry, with your team of accomplished guides providing support when you need it.
The comforts of home and a few extras
- 28 guest rooms
- A cozy bar and lounge
- Stunning glacial views
- Game room and shop
- Music room
- Sauna and outdoor whirlpool
- Climbing wall and bouldering cave
Not a Heli-Skier?
Snow conditions this good are meant to be enjoyed, but your independent non-skiing spouse or friend won’t begrudge you your runs. That’s because they’ll be otherwise occupied – with self-guided snowshoeing, climbing, or a massage.
Ready to Book at Cariboos Lodge?
Experience the classic Heli-Skiing trip CMH was built on. Glide across glaciers and float through remote glades with the company of 10 soon-to-be best friends. When you're ready to hang up your skis, retreat to the spa for a massage, and refuel with a gourmet meal and backcountry cocktail. There's a reason these are our Signature Trips.
Experience powder for your first time with just 10 guests, led by two professional guides. We love to introduce skiing in mountain wilderness to strong intermediate/advanced skiers or boarders. Three million acres is too much to keep all to ourselves.
Powder Intro (Women Only)
Boost your confidence skiing alongside women who go at your pace. Grab some of your friends and let us give you the perfect, sensational introduction to powder. Share a life-altering, unforgettable experience. It’s only for women, and trips fill fast.
The passion for Heli-Skiing never really fades, yet you’re wise enough to know that quality over quantity is what you want. Our Powder Masters program will keep you on the slopes as long as your spirit is willing, under the watchful eyes of two guides.
Whether your kids can out-ski you or want to come in early, they'll have a day they'll never forget. Give them a taste of powder and at the end of the day, if they want to head back to the lodge for fun and games, you can stay out on the slopes.
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.
frequently asked questions
- What's the pace of skiing?
Skiing at the Cariboos is open to skiers of all ability levels.
- How do I get to the Cariboos 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 maps for travel via Banff or Kamloops.
We also have a number of private transportation options if you’re looking for something more specialized. Visit our Transportation page to learn more.
- What does the first day look like?
On your first day you will enjoy a brief lunch before you head into a safety briefing and training session. After that, we’ll head out for an afternoon of Heli-Skiing.
- 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.