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Welcome to Adrenalin Descents in Golden, BC

The heart of Kicking Horse Country.

We provide ACMG ski guides for off-piste and big mountain powder ski guiding in the surrounding backcountry at all resorts on the powder highway.

Our custom trips incorporate avalanche skills training courses, snowmobile access skiing and overnight trips to completely outfitted expedition camps.

Overnight and multi day ski touring trips in heated expedition tents. Well-appointed overnight packages you can do with a day pack. Experience an all-inclusive backcountry expedition that is easy, comfortable and affordable.

Adrenalin Descents is pleased to offer tenured sled skiing tours and avalanche skills training courses in the Dogtooth Mountains near Golden BC. We Access over 11,000 hectares of terrain by snowmobile, providing years of new backcountry adventures and exciting venues for AST courses. This expansive area provides our clients with a guaranteed powder experience every time.

Scott Belton is lead guide & avalanche skills instructor for Adrenalin Descents. He has been snow-riding the mountains of Western Canada for over 27 years. With 17 years certified ski guiding experience, including work with some of the best helicopter/cat skiing operations in BC. Industry pioneers like CMH, Bella Coola Heli-Sports, RK heli-skiing, Chatter Creek cat skiing, Island Lake Lodge and Snowwater Heli-skiing.

Over the last 25 years growth of the freeride movement, Scott has provided snow safety support and terrain tactics to dozens of professional film skiers, snowboarders and production companies. His risk management protocols and snow safety techniques have evolved through practiced success in this arena of snow-sport. These proven tricks-of-the-trade are accessible on all ski tours & avalanche skills training courses, for clients looking to expand their terrain & risk management strategies.

We have been providing The current CAA avalanche skills (AST 1, AST 2) and backcountry training courses to students for 17 years. All programs surpass the guidelines for AST 1 and AST 2, as set out by the Canadian Avalanche Association.