- Base elevation: 915 m
- Highest landing: 3,202 m
- Av. runs per day: 12
- Av. length of run: 1,050 m
- Group size: 4 or 8
- Groups per helicopter: 1 or 2
- Season: Jan-May
- Terrain: Glacial, Alpine, Trees
- International flight: Vancouver
- Domestic flight: Anahim Lake
- Warm up resorts: Whistler
These are British Columbia’s biggest and most spectacular mountains, with huge Himalayan-style vertical relief and some very long runs. Home to British Columbia's highest peak, Mt. Waddington (4,019 m), the region is humbling on a scale difficult to imagine and has been used as a backdrop by a number of high profile Hollywood films, including Martin Scorsese's 'Kundun' and Jean Jacques Annaud's 'Seven Years in Tibet'.
Private Lodge for Eight People
With only 4 or 8 skiers a week skiing in a single group and staying at the relaxed and friendly White Saddle Ranch and the Mystery Mountain Lodge everything about the experience is intimate and personal.
Be a Pioneer
Skiing in the Pantheon Range offers up a pioneering feel that is rare to find and with much unexplored terrain still to discover there are ample opportunities to make first descents and put your name on a bit of skiing history.