It is your holiday and you can truly do what you want to. If you want to relax and not do anything, you are more than welcome to remain in and around the lodge and are able to enjoy the many features that are available. You may choose to have a holiday where there is a mixture of relaxing and activities. Whatever you choose, you can decide on what you want out of your stay. Read More >>
Brad, from Backcountry Skiing Canada, says...
Our time at the Journeyman Lodge in the Callaghan Valley was very special. Not having experienced much, if any, touring on the coast—it was different and cool at the same time. Snow conditions weren’t ideal but we managed to find some really good snow and got in some great travelling across remarkable terrain. All the bases are covered at the lodge in terms of winter fun—snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and backcountry touring. Read More>>
Spring, from Pebbleshoo, says...
Bottom Line... Visiting the Journeyman Lodge felt like visiting a good friend with a house that just happened to be nestled in the snowy mountains of the Callaghan Valley where we could ski right from the front door. This is a place where you are not just a customer, you are a guest in their home and are warmly invited by the hosts to enjoy the space as your own. A beautiful place to enjoy the backcountry without having to give up the little comforts like indoor plumbing and a warm place to sleep. Read More>>
Noteworthy Blog Features
Having skied in the Whistler Valley for many years, one place that is often overlooked is the Callaghan Valley. Home to Callaghan Country for many years – which mainly caters to Cross Country skiers, with 47km of groomed trails – this area is becoming more visited by ski tourers. One can see why when they see the terrain. Read More>>
Lovely hike review from Dog Blog, Led Astray... A couple of weeks ago, I finally took a much needed (and long overdue) adventure to British Columbia, Canada – for the very first time. I have been calling Toronto my home-base for a year and a half again now (since returning from living in Costa Rica) and have been feeling very landlocked and trapped by this urban jungle as a result. The mountains were beckoning and I had to listen to their call. Read More>>