Yoga and Hiking Retreats

With a peaceful mind and an open heart, come rejuvenate in the Kootenays for a yoga and hiking retreat. Guided Hiking on beautiful trails Fully equipped 12 person lodge nestled in the Selkirk Mountains Stunning views of Kokanee Glacier and … Continue reading

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THE SOURDOUGH TRAVERSE

The vision of Mount Carlyle Lodge owner Brian Cross, small guided groups can retrace the footsteps of historic miners through the substantial summer tenure; whether you’re a geologist by trade or interest, a history aficionado or a dyed in the … Continue reading

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All the way from the Adirondacks

Brian, Hope you are well. I thought that you would like this photo from a backpacking trip we were just doing along the Moose River in the Adirondacks. That is my six year old Owen. – Craig

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The Sourdough Trail

JOIN US FOR A NEW MULTI DAY TRAVERSE THIS COMING SUMMER: The SourDough trail….A Spectacular Kootenay Classic . 4 days /3 nights of back country  hiking along a high elevation , ridgeline, overflowing with wildflowers. Camp beside alpine lakes, while … Continue reading

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Thank you Mount Carlyle and Backcountry Skiing Canada!

“I better dig out my powder sluice box because I recieved a letter in the mail that certifies I have hit the motherlode! So happy I could yodel. Thank you Bomber and the folks at Mount Carlyle Lodge for providing … Continue reading

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It is a Way of Life

Thanks to Milada P. from Slovakia for sending us this quote. “Whatever degree of skill a skier may possess, they should never forget that their skis are after all only an instrument, a means through which they can enjoy the … Continue reading

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I want to leave ski tracks, not a skid mark

Some wisdom from the hills by Peter Lev, who was up at Mount Carlyle this winter.

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