Travel 350 kilometres west of Banff and you’ll find Adamant Lodge situated at the confluence of four major alpine valleys. Adamants is named after the surrounding diamond-hard peaks in northern Selkirks. The lodge was inaugurated in 1990, spectacular located where three mountain valleys meet in the heart of the most rugged mountains in North America.
The Selkirks are famed for long glaciers, deep valleys, and rugged terrain. The area offers classic tree skiing and open high alpine glacier terrain.
Adamants is a fly-in lodge, ie. you get transported first by bus from Calgary to Golden, where the last transport leg is by helicopter to the lodge (in bad weather conditions transport will be operated by buss to a helipad closer to the lodge). Adamants offer a Small Group program throughout the whole season. This program is designed for 6 groups with 4-6 skiers share a Bell 407 and a Bell 212 helicopter*.
* For season 2019 there will be 8 groups of 4 skiers that share 2 Bell 407 helicopters.
- mountain ranges: Selkirks
- base elevation: 955 m
- skiing elevation: 900m – 3100 m
- skiing terrain: 1073 sq. km
- capacity: 32 guests
- dining room
- game room
- ski shop
- outdoor whirlpool and sauna
- satellite internet connection