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CMH Bobbie Burns

Jaw dropping terrain with high alpine and rolling glaciers - Bobbie Burns is the only area where you can ski both the Purcell and Selkirk Mountains. It is more suitable for well experienced skiers who enjoy a faster pace so should not be considered by first time Heli-Skiers.

The Bobbie Burns offers some of the finest Heli-Skiing anywhere, with access to both the Purcell and Selkirk Mountains. The area hosts a rich selection of runs, both in the trees and in high, glaciated terrain. Skiing here is fast and challenging.

33 guests are divided into a maximum of 3 groups of 11 skiers each, this allows the group to fly further afield for more time on the slopes. The area's valleys enfold several micro-climates, allowing guides to find good skiing in all conditions.

There are some ski areas, whether heli-skiing or lift service, that are famous for their reputation, some that are famous for the lodging, some that are famous for the scenery, and there are some that are quite simply about the skiing. The Bobbie Burns is one of the latter. The area takes its name from a mining claim in the area named after the famous Scottish poet Robert Burns.

Skier Level: Physically fit, well-experienced skiers/boarders who enjoy a fast pace

Mountain Statistics

SeasonDecember to April
Snowfall Average1,500cm
Lodge Elevation1,370m
Skiing Elevation1,000m - 3,050
Vertical Altitude2,050m
Lodge Capacity33 Guests
Terrain Area1,053sq. km
Number of Runs303
Mountain RangesPurcells & Selkirks
Notable RunsSnow Ocean, Little Sister,
Killer Whale

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Transportation to Bobbie Burns is by coach from Calgary to Golden and then helicopter from Golden to the lodge.

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Bobbie Burns Lodge is located approximately 220km West of Banff

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CMH Bobbie Burns Lodge

Bobbie Burns Lodge
Nestled in the wilderness, yet relatively close to Calgary the Bobbie Burns Lodge is a fully modernized lodge that is spacious and very comfortable.

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Written by Guy & Tina a Skier from Australia
24/2/2011

Kicking Horse. Arrived in Calgary at 6.25pm to be met promptly by Pure travel rep. David. At that stage we had been travelling for 26 hours and had not eaten that well. When we suggested to him to allow us 3/4 of an hour to allow us to get a meal at the Delta Hotel, he informed us that he, by law, could not drive after 12 midnight and that we would need to leave immediately as he would run out of time. Needless to say, this was rubbish as he was able to get us there by 10.25 pm to find all the food places closed in Kicking Horse. But, after a bad start, it was all great after that. The Moutaineer Lodge was excellent, the Phat Camp skiing program was great value, the food at the Cork restuarant was to die for, no queue lines, great snow and very friendly people. To such an extent that we are thinking of taking our whole family plus friends back there in Jan. 2012. Great advice there Abigail. Then onto CMH with the Ross Grant group at Bobbie Burns. To summarise, fabulous, famous and never to be forgotten. On the last Friday, we skied in Camelot conditions. Even the guides said it does''nt get any better than that. Wonderful snow, bluebird day and skiing in God''s garden.Enough indeed.  

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Mountain Ranges

Purcell and Selkirk Mountains

Notable Runs

Snow Ocean, Little Sister, Killer Whale

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