Uncharted Territory in the Wild West
Enjoy huge unexplored peaks, first descents as far as the eye can see, and genuine home-style ranch hospitality. With a maximum capacity of eight people per week, this is the perfect place for a close group of friends. You can book the entire facility and have a whole mountain range all to yourselves.
Our Pantheon ski terrain surrounds Mt Waddington, British Columbia's highest peak at 4,019m (13,186ft). A number of prominent Hollywood films including: “K2”, “Kundun” and “Seven Years in Tibet” were shot here because of the Himalayan scale of the slopes and escarpments.
The area is heavily glaciated, with thick forests and deep valleys guarding the flanks. The peak lay undiscovered until 1925 and was at first named Mystery Mountain. To this day the area is extremely wild and inaccessible, unless you have a trusty helicopter that is!
Heli-skiing in the Pantheons is a very unique skiing experience, and to date only a handful of lucky groups have skied here. You and your friends should be next.
For a great article on our Pantheon operation, see this issue of The Ski Journal.