Back-country skiing Guides and TripsBelow are popular Back-country skiing guides and trips that you can use to plan your next adventure. You can download guides, including a detailed map, description and points of interest for a small fee to your iPhone or Android.
A Perfect Beginner Fourteener
Standard Route with optional ski descent
Via Corrigan Lake and the Northwest Ridge with optional ski descent
A complete guide to all the Adirondack 4,000 ft peaks including gps tracks, photos, description and turn by turn details
Pristine alpine lakes, picturesque creeks, abandoned mines and glorious summer wildflower displays.
A fun loop hike with an optional epic backcountry ski descent if you choose the right time of year
Following the well-maintained AT over the 1 mile ridge that separates these two 4,000 footers will be exciting.
Via Coleman Glacier with optional ski descent
Skiing the Muir Snowfield on Mt. Rainier
Skiing the Mt. Baker backcountry in deep winter powder or summer corn.
You can't call yourself a hardcore skier in the Northeast until you've skied Tux, nuff said.
Backcountry ski touring Mazama Ridge and the base of Paradise Glacier on Mt. Rainier
A complete guide to all 5 Vermont 4,000 ft peaks including gps tracks, photos, description & turn by turn details
Via Southwest Ridge with optional ski descent
The Magruder Corridor (Montana Road) from the Red River Ranger Station, Nez Perce National Forest, Idaho to Darby MT.
Climb one of the Cascade giants in Washington State for a fantastic ski or board down over 6000 vertical feet.
Explore the snowfields and glaciers of Mt. Rainier during winter or summer.
Follow the Ice Age trail up and down over rugged kettles of hardwood forest from CTH-C to STH-67.
Ski the trees and open glades near Stevens Pass just 90 minutes from Seattle.
Backcountry ski tour to the summit of Naches Peak