To keep the cost of this camp as low as possible for you, food is not provided on this camp. Be sure to plan for 4 lunches, 3 breakfasts, 3 dinners, and all of your favourite adventure snacks!
This camp takes it's participants to a hut hidden among the most looked at Mountains in the Rockies. As hard as one looks however, the building cannot be spotted. This allusive hut is the Neil Colgan Hut and is the highest permanent habitable structure in Canada. You might be familiar with the Valley of the Ten Peaks, the peaks that surround Moraine Lake. However not everyone know about the climbers ACC hut just on the other side of these peaks just off the edge of the Fay Glacier.
Our guiding ratio will be a maximum of 2:1 to give you plenty of one-to-one learning time with our excellent guides. The small groups also mean that you can split up based on objectives and pacing, and get the individualized attention needed to tackle more challenging alpine rock routes. The ACC hires guides certified by the Association of Canadian Mountain Guides (ACMG). Visit the ACMG website to learn more about what they do!
If you don't have everything on the gear list and aren't ready to invest in your own, there are many awesome local businesses that rent out all of the equipment you will need. Be sure to reserve your rentals ahead of time to make sure everything you need is available for you when you need it.
- Coming from the Bow Valley? Check out GearUp in Canmore. ACC members get 10% off all gear rentals!
- Coming from Calgary? We recommend renting your gear from MEC, the University of Calgary Outdoors Center, or the Norseman.
- Coming from the Revelstoke? Give Revelstoke Powder Rentals a try.