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Alpine Air Adventures


Alpine Air Adventures specializes in outdoor Banff adventures including: rock climbing, ice climbing, alpine climbing, backcountry skiing and snowboarding, avalanche courses and improvised rope rescue courses.

Based out of Banff, Alberta, Canada in the heart of the rugged Canadian Rocky Mountains, Alpine Air offers everything mountain. My main emphasize is to offer safe and unforgettable Banff adventures to my guests. With the allure of the mountains right at my doorstep I am always keen to take on any adventure and I am excited to have you along. Contact Alpine Air to begin organizing your dream mountain ascent or descent.

All guides are certified by the Association of Canadian Mountain Guides and or International Federation of Mountain Guides Association and the Canadian Avalanche Association.

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Frequently
Asked
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What fitness or skill level do I need to be to try mountain activities?

Generally good fitness will be enough for people to enjoy any activity at an entry or intermediate level, such as rock or ice climbing and back country skiing and snow boarding, if you hike, bike, ski or climb a few times a month your probably good.

For back country skiing and snow boarding it is important to keep in mind that back country snow conditions can be much different than ski hill snow and and intermediate to advanced level of on hill skill is recommended.

How old do my kids need to be to rock climb?

Kids love rock climbing, its true, kids 6 + are welcome to come on a guided day of cragging with a parent along. Ages 12+ can be unsupervised with the guides and 18+ children are of course always welcome to discover new adventures.

On a back country ski and snowboard trip, what happens if avalanche danger is elevated?

All of the guides are trained avalanche forecasters through the Canadian Avalanche Association (CAA), also trained at very high level through the Association of Canadian Mountain Guides (ACMG) and or International Federation of Mountain Guides Association (IFMGA). The objective and the danger will be discussed during the morning guides meeting and adjustments to the trip may be made depending on the circumstances.