Guide Information

Guide Qualifications

backcountry toursGuiding outdoor adventures is not just a job, it’s a lifestyle. Our guides are backcountry experts, many of them spending well over 300 days a year out on the trails. That experience shows and it’s the best way to help you enjoy your big adventure. We’ll teach you to operate a snowmobile or ATV, even if you’ve never ridden before. Then we’ll lead you into some of the most spectacular backcountry in the world, tell you a little bit about the land and its history, and bring you back smiling – and probably wanting to go again.

We’re always looking for the right kind of people to become a guide. If you think you’ve got what it takes, please contact us and let us know you’re interested.

Safety

tahoe toursYour safety is our highest priority. We do everything we can to contribute to your safety and we ask that you do your part as well. We offer guided tours because we feel that employing an experienced professional is the safest way for you to see the backcountry. The best way for you to stay safe and enjoy our tours is to listen to the advice and follow the directions of your guide. We do insist that you follow the rules your guide explains at the beginning of your tour. Guests who cannot or will not follow our rules will not be allowed to participate in our tours.

Despite our best efforts, sometimes things happen. We cannot accept responsibility for changes in weather, acts of others, circumstances beyond our control, or your behavior. Traveling in the backcountry can be hazardous. If you are not a responsible, mature person, please don’t come out on tour with us.