RIDE WHISTLER WITH CHRIS BROWN
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Chris will teach you anything you want to learn throughout the day. He really enjoys teaching people to become better technical riders. This is not a typical guided tour where you follow your guide around…you will leave with new riding skills. As well as being stoked on your enhanced skills you will go home with heightened backcountry safety skills. Chris has over 150 hours of avalanche training, teaches avalanche courses and wants everyone to go home with a new level of Avalanche awareness. You can make it a private experience for your group for a fee of $100/day per person. This will guarantee that no outside riders will join your group.
Slednecks’ star Kalle “KJ” Johansson will be your guide through his favourite backcountry riding areas. KJ is super fun to ride with and you can learn a lot from riding with him. Like the other adventures, KJ will take you to riding zones that have something for everyone. Alpine riding with beautiful back drops, awesome tree riding, deep powder, descents, glaciers, natural hits, etc. This tour is for the intermediate to advanced rider. You can make it a private experience for your group for a fee of $100/day per person. This will guarantee that no outside riders will join your group.
Arguably the best mountain snowmobile on the market, the all new 2016 Polaris PRO RMK will take you where you want to go! These mountain machines are set up for deep powder, boondocking, jumping and anything else you may encounter.
If you’ve been dying to try out a turbo sled now is the time. We’ve taken arguably the best mountain snowmobile on the market, the 2016 Polaris PRO RMK and added a TURBO for those who like a little extra get up with there go!
"There are a number of common mistakes that many backcountry snowmobilers make that put them at increased risk of being involved in an avalanche accident. These include: Poor trip preparation, lack of knowledge of recognizing avalanche terrain, inability to assess snow stability & unskilled backcountry search and rescue techniques"