Eh hoser, we have more skiing than dad has beer in the fridge. From the coastal range to interior British Columbia, we get the snow, have the terrain, and Bryan Adams, so here's to Canada, eh, and all you other hoseheads can come ski up here anytime you want, just bring booze.
The Adamant range is of the Selkirk range which is of the North Columbia range. From the East side of Roger's pass just North of Golden BC a 60 km heli ride will get you into the Adamant range. In terms of skiing the area is best known for the Bill Putnam hut, aka the Faery meadows hut, built in the 60's, and operated by The Alpine Club of Canada. The hut sleeps 20, 1 party of 20 or 2 @ 10. the AAC has a lottery system for reservations. APX $1000 per person for 1 week in the hut Sat-Sat. You must bring your own food/guide/chef?
There are propane stoves/lights, firewood, a waterhole, and a Sauna! The hut is atop the morraine of the Granite Glacier.
Other heli ops from Revelstoke day ski the Adamants.
The surrounding Gothics range, peaks, & many glaciers offer all sorts of skiing& alpinism.
The Selkirk Mountains are a mountain range spanning the northern portion of the Idaho Panhandle, eastern Washington, and southeastern British Columbia. They begin at Mica Peak near Coeur d'Alene, Idaho and extend approximately 320 km north (200 miles) from the border. The range is bounded on its west, northeast and at its northern extremity by the Columbia River. From the Columbia's confluence with the Beaver River, they are bounded on their east by the Purcell Trench, which contains the Beaver River, Duncan River, Duncan Lake, Kootenay Lake and the Kootenay River. The Selkirks are distinct from, and geologically older than, the Rocky Mountains. Together with the neighbouring Monashee and Purcell Mountains, and sometimes including the Cariboo Mountains to the northwest, the Selkirks are part of a larger grouping known as the Columbia Mountains.
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