Alexander Falls Touring Centre (810m) - CLOSED

That’s a wrap!  The Callaghan team would like to extend a warm thanks to our amazing community of winter visitors at Alexander Falls Touring Centre and guests at Journeyman Lodge.  We look forward to all the good things in-store for the upcoming summer season; in the meantime, happy trails!

NOTICE: Callaghan Country is still intermittently surfacing our access trails in service of no-fee non-motorized recreation and lodge maintenance activities.  There’s still some good spring skiing up high as the large snowpack will take a bit to melt out, but it will be at your own risk with no hazards marked. We’ll leave it up to you to decide on appropriate gear for the day. 

Please remember that resident wildlife, including grizzly bears, have now emerged from their dens in search of food.  It is our responsibility to ensure that our recreational pursuits do not contribute to human-wildlife conflict.  Do your part to learn more about reducing conflict where we play, and learn more by visiting WildSafeBC & AdventureSmart.  We also recommend this excellent presentation organized by the Coast to Cascades Grizzly Bear Initiative and AWARE Whistler: Coexistence - Recreation and Grizzly Bears in the Backcountry >>

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Alexander Falls Touring Centre (810m) - CLOSED

That’s a wrap!  The Callaghan team would like to extend a warm thanks to our amazing community of winter visitors at Alexander Falls Touring Centre and guests at Journeyman Lodge.  We look forward to all the good things in-store for the upcoming summer season; in the meantime, happy trails!

NOTICE: Callaghan Country is still intermittently surfacing our access trails in service of no-fee non-motorized recreation and lodge maintenance activities.  There’s still some good spring skiing up high as the large snowpack will take a bit to melt out, but it will be at your own risk with no hazards marked. We’ll leave it up to you to decide on appropriate gear for the day. 

Please remember that resident wildlife, including grizzly bears, have now emerged from their dens in search of food.  It is our responsibility to ensure that our recreational pursuits do not contribute to human-wildlife conflict.  Do your part to learn more about reducing conflict where we play, and learn more by visiting WildSafeBC & AdventureSmart.  We also recommend this excellent presentation organized by the Coast to Cascades Grizzly Bear Initiative and AWARE Whistler: Coexistence - Recreation and Grizzly Bears in the Backcountry >>

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