Meet Our Professional Guides


Chris founded the company years ago. He moved from Colorado to BC in 2007 after making a trip up here. He originally moved to Whistler and currently lives in Pemberton. He rode in the Slednecks series for over 12 years along with other titles including Nitro Circus, 509 Films, and the 2SCS films. You can chase Chris around, or he can teach you anything you want to learn throughout the day. He really enjoys teaching people to become better technical riders and to be safer in the backcountry. If you want to learn, 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 been teaching Technical Riding Clinics throughout BC, Japan, Sweden, and Iceland for over 10 years now. Chris has over 150 hours of avalanche training, teaches avalanche courses, and wants everyone to go home with a new level of Avalanche awareness. Chris and his partners own a Polaris Dealership in Pemberton, Backcountry Motorsports.


Dave is one of our lead contract guides. British Columbia native Dave Dobson has been riding snowmobiles since 2007. Exploring ice caves, carving up powder fields, popping natural hits and riding the best trees BC has to offer are all in a days adventure you won’t soon forget. David is outgoing and friendly and his fun-loving personality is contagious when you ride with him. His “Canadian” personality makes him a great teacher, from showing beginners the basics, progressing skills for intermediates, to refining more technical aspects for advanced riders.
David also has extensive professional avalanche, wilderness first aid training.


Greg is also one of our lead contract guides. Originally from Ontario, Greg affectionately known as “Hammer” has spent over 40 years sledding Canadian winters. The incredible terrain and deep powder of the Whistler region drew him west to pursue his obsession for backcountry riding.
He loves to share his passion for sledding with guests and being a natural teacher can break down technical skills to increase your riding ability. All riders know that mountain safety is paramount. Guests riding with Hammer will find comfort knowing that he is an Outdoor Emergency Care technician, holds a CAA Ops Level 1 and is pursuing his CAA Ops Level 2 Avalanche certification.
Greg has also been an action sports photographer for years with mountain biking, paddle boarding, and snowmobiling so ask him to take some pics or vids of you on your ride!

Khan Yong Gee

Khan Yong Gee is a local professional snowmobiler. Khan contract guides for us as well. Khan has spent his winters riding, exploring and filming with different snowmobile film companies. He is all about having fun and sharing what he has learned over the years.
Khan also has his 80 hour Wilderness First Aid Certification and Avalanche Canada Level 1 Operations Certification.


Spencer is one of our lead contract guides. Spencer aka “Bowser” grew up in the the Fraser Valley, and at the age of 10 his parents purchased a cabin in the interior of BC along with a pair of sleds, going up to the family cabin during the winter and riding was always such a treat and after watching Slednecks 9 it instantly became an obsession. Since then, he has been riding the terrain of the North Cascade and Coast mountain ranges honing his technical riding skills.
Spencer has a ton of energy and it’s contagious! He’s a great guy to go out with. He has his Level One Operations and 80 Hour Wilderness First Aid certifications to help keep everybody safe.


Eight years ago, Julie-Ann Chapman created She Shreds; being the first ‘all girls’ snowmobile clinic in the world. Prior to this, Julie-Ann was once a professional snowboarder (2005-2010) that “converted” to a professional snowmobiler in 2011.
Julie-Ann and her team specializes in teaching women to progress their skills on their snowmobile and now we welcome men to join us for clinics and guided adventures as well! With a strong emphasis on backcountry safety, She Shreds provides one of the best snowmobile adventure learning experiences. She Shreds also provides avalanche safety courses in conjunction with Avalanche Canada.


Snowmobiling has always been a big part of my life – I can remember my grandpa’s 1st snowmobile was a 1972 Bombardier Olympic – it was a tank! I would be riding around on it with my brother when I was 8 yrs old back in Muskoka, Ontario. At that time in Ontario, when you turned 13 yrs old, you could do a 2 day course to get your snowmobile license so that you were legal to make road and railway crossing. So my friends and I did the weekend course together and it was our 1st taste of freedom! Riding to school on snowy weekdays and on the weekends hitting the trails to go to different restaurants for french fries! Snowmobile Rallies, Poker Runs and Puddle Jump competitions! So much fun!