Jim Habrel Hut

The potential in this alpine playground is endless, including moderate angle terrain, steep descents, and a variety of mountain aspects

BOOK NOW Staring from: $1399.00 /per person

BOOK NOW Starting from: $1399.00 /per person

Jim Habrel Hut

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Join one of our Professionally Certified ACMG (Association of Canadian Mountain Guides) guides and let them share their passion for this sport. 

Visit our Guides Page to find out more about your guide.

Book online or contact our office to ask any questions: 1-604-938-9242 or info@mountainskillsacademy.com


Jim Haberl Hut is located in the Tantalus Range in a high col high above Squamish. The terrain around the hut is well-suited for ski mountaineering and steep skiing. Your guide will discuss the ski objectives with you depending on the group and conditions.

Access to the hut is impossible by foot in the winter and is best reached by a short helicopter flight from Squamish Airport.

Jim Haberl Hut: Jim Haberl Hut is a well-built one-storey hut with a big kitchen, a comfortable common area, and two sleeping rooms that can accommodate up to 12 people. The kitchen has everything you need to prepare a backcountry meal.

Transport: Transport to Squamish Airport is not included but can be arranged. A spectacular short flight to Jim Haberl Hut.

**All guided trips subject to a minimum number of participants. 48 hour notice will be given if the minimum number has not been reached.

Day 1

  • 8:00 am meet at Squamish Airport for gear and check waiver, Helicopter instructions
  • 9:00 am short Helicopter Flight to the Hut
  • Drop gear off at the hut and possible ski the rest of the afternoon.
  • Evening food with Guide and debfief.

Day 2

  • Morning Breakfast.
  • 9:00am Skiing until afternoon
  • Evening food with Guide and debrief.

Day 3

  • Morning Breakfast.
  • -Possibly Ski until the scheduled helicopter flight back to Squamish Airport.
  • Debrief


If you require rentals we have teamed up with local rental companies to provide discounted rentals. Visit our rental page HERE for more information!


  • Touring skis or splitboard and skins
  • Poles (telescopic poles required for splitboarders)
  • Ski / snowboard boots
  • Lift pass
  • 45L + pack
  • Light Sleeping Bag
  • Sleeping Pad
  • Headlamp with fresh batteries
  • Water bottle(s) (Minimum 1L capacity)
  • Multi-tool
  • Sunglasses, sunscreen
  • Goggles & Helmet
  • Personal Care Kit (toilet paper, toothbrush/toothpaste, personal medical drugs)
  • General Repair Kit: to repair packs, clothing, Thermarest, etc.
  • Blister kit/First Aid
  • Avalanche safety kit
  • Harness (optional depending on location)
  • Glacier travel kit (optional depending on location and only if you know crevasse rescue)
  • Ski and/or boot crampons depending on conditions and objective
  • Mountaineering axe depending on conditions and objective


  • Thermos
  • Ear Plugs
  • Reading Material
  • Camera
  • Bandana
  • Map, compass, GPS
  • Field book and pencil
  • Watch (with altimeter, barometer, compass, thermometer)
  • Hut Booties/Slippers

The important details:

Season: Feb – May

Duration: 3 Days 

Location: Tantalus Range

Max Ratio: 6 Clients to 1 Guide

Minimum Age: 19 yrs

Prerequisites: Very Good Fitness & Touring Experience

BOOK Trip:

Trip dates available upon request. Various trip lengths can also be arranged. Contact Us for more details.



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