Backcountry Ski Weeks

Deep powder, magnificent Teton views, skiing with some of the most accomplished ski guides in the world.

 …and a chance to stay at the world famous Alpine House in Jackson Hole  is what you will experience in our Backcountry Ski Weeks.

Featuring 6 nights of lodging, 1 day skiing out-of-bounds at World famous Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, 3 days of backcountry skiing in the Tetons, and 1/2 day private ski lesson  at Snow King Mountain, Backcountry Ski Weeks offer you the chance to enjoy some of the most impressive terrain in the country while increasing your knowledge of snow science and terrain evaluation. Learn about ski mountaineering, ski blower powder in the trees, and watch your technical abilities improve under the guidance of PSIA-certified instructors. You may find yourself skiing with an internationally certified guide, an extreme ski champion, or a former Olympic competitor! Afterwards, enjoy amazing meals, listen to stories from legendary Teton skiers, and get pampered while enjoying the luxuries of a Bed and Breakfast.

Dates for 2014

  • January 26-31
  • February 2-7
  • March 2-7

Other weeks are available for private groups of 4 and the week can be customized for your group!  Contact Brenton Reagan for more information - brenton@exumguides.com or call (404) 735-5156

Pricing

A minimum of 3 participants is required to run each program (with 2 participants, additional fees will apply)

  • Single Occupancy $1,995
  • Double Occupancy $1,595 (if a roommate is necessary Exum will coordinate the arrangements)

Price does not include taxes or gratuity. Participants must have their own transportation to/from all activities.

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Jessica Baker Deep Powder Skiing - Photo: David Stubbs
Backcountry Ski Week Skiers - Photo: Exum Collection
The Alpine House in Jackson - Photo: Exum Collection
Buck Mountain - Photo: David Stubbs
Backcountry Ski Weeks, Deep Powder - Photo: David Stubbs