Manager Canada and guide.
I first stepped into a pair of skis 35 years ago and from that day I knew what would be a huge part of my life. At age 18 I escaped from the flat landscape of my central Canadian home and headed west to the Rocky Mountains to live the life of a ski bum. After two winter seasons at Lake Louise I took time away from the mountains to study university and begin my career as an archaeologist.
Thankfully my work brought me to British Columbia, first to Vancouver Island and and after to the Kootenay Region, where I fell in love with the incredible snow, the mountain culture, and the endless skiing opportunities Over my 12 years in the Kootenays I have explored the endless backcountry of the Goat, Bonnington, and Nelson Ranges and have experience the legendary “cold smoke” of the Selkirk Mountains. With the spring melting of the snow my archaeology fieldwork takes me away to the remote corners of British Columbia.
I enjoy introducing travelers to this incredible region, offering a unforgetable ¨Canadian Mountain Adventure¨.