Amble among giants in Canada’s majestic Columbia Mountains free from crowds, roads and limitations. Fly into an unforgettable mountain adventure.
Now booking for Summer 2020
3 & 4-day trips starting from $3,595 CAD
Embark on an alpine odyssey the way you want it. Your ultimate escape can include any combination of guided heli-access hikes, family-friendly adventures, glacier treks, zip-lines and sky-high via ferrata climbing. Whether you’re an easygoing explorer or a seasoned adventure seeker, we know the perfect place.
Led by professional guides accredited by the Association of Canadian Mountain Guides (ACMG) or the International Federation of Mountain Guides Association (IFMGA), CMH’s outdoor adventure trips are designed for any ability. With over 700,000 acres to explore, our trips are guaranteed to fit a wide variety of adventure styles.
Our three relaxed, inviting lodges provide the ultimate home base for summer fun and exploration. Each lodge is staffed with a dedicated team of guides, hosts and culinary talent, and features a full range of resort-style offerings from hot tubs and fitness areas to massage services and more.
Fully equipped with modern amenities, our three relaxed yet refined lodges provide the ultimate home base for summer fun and exploration. Each lodge is staffed with a dedicated team of guides, hosts and culinary talent, and features a variety of inspired offerings to enhance your experience.
We want you to enjoy your trip. So whether you want to step-it-out and conquer a peak or amble at a gentle speed, we split groups based on fitness, experience and age. This means you can enjoy a pace that best suits you.
Italian for ‘iron way’, a via ferrata is a series of iron rungs and wire cables that are affixed to a mountainside, providing a secure climbable route for those with little to no experience. It allows a person to navigate their way through otherwise impassable terrain...
Routinely described as one of the best drives in the world, the iconic road trip on the Icefields Parkway in Canada (and on to CMH Cariboos) is one you won’t soon forget. Here are the best tips and stops along the way.
At 6,000ft, mom, dad and three kids Jessica, Ethan, and Isaac look relaxed at the summit of Mt. Nimbus. Smiling, they face the camera for a photo as easily as if they were sat in the park at home in Seattle; the only difference being is that they’ve just climbed the longest via ferrata in North America.
The whirring of the helicopter’s blades directly overhead sent vibrations into the rocky track we were crouched on, as our group heli-huddled together to stave off the wind gust. The thumping noise got louder and the force of the wind stronger, and just when it felt like we were all about to be bowled over the strength of the wind subsided.
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