Selkirk Mountain Experience caters to adventurers who enjoy the mountains.
They are proud to be one of the worlds finest ski-touring and mountaineering companies. Superb mountain skiing on the vast pristine glaciers and countless alpine peaks surrounding the Durrand Glacier are located in the heart of the northern Selkirk Mountain range.
The wide variety of courses and programs have been both highly successful and popular with skiers, snowboarders, hikers and climbers alike.
The Durand Glacier Chalet is the main lodge which offers comfortable accommodation for up to 18 guests. The chalet features bright inewood bedrooms, running water, a gear drying room, a wash-up room, a flush toilet and a wood-fired sauna with shower facilities.
Each day the chalet chef prepares delicious meals.
In the summer, the wildflowers at Durrand Glacier are very special. It is a natural alpine garden of well over 100 flower varieties. The crystal clear water of the mountain lakes, huge waterfalls and snow capped peaks are a breathtaking part of the hike.
They have built over 80 km (50 miles) throughout the area and make all these favourite spots accessible to guests. Explore on your own or with a guided group. Each trail leads to its own particular magic.
Alpine rock climbing at the Mt. Moloch Chalet
This area is far from any logging road or highway. It is remote and represents a true Canadian alpine experience in a glaciated alpine paradise with high granite towers and walls, knife sharp granite ridges and towering alpine peaks.
All programs are run on a private guided basis. The two levels include Classic Alpine Rock and Exclusive Alpine Rock. Included is helicopter flight, lodging, meals and snacks, needed climbing gear (not including rock shoes), certified mountain guide service and signed copy of the limited edition guide book to the Durand Glacier.
Operating since 1985, Selkirk Mountain Experience is the gold standard of ski touring and alpine hiking and climbing in North America. Guests come from all over the world to experience the mountains and their hospitality.