GUIDED SKI/RIDE DAY TOUR
Starting at $150 per person
Interested in riding some of the most aesthetically pleasing above treeline Colorado tundra, rowdy couloirs and/or meadow skipping aspen glades of all aspects and slope angle for any ability level (including snowshoe and x-country) at a reasonable price? Then look no further than this tour.
MULTI-DAY GUIDED TOUR + HUT STAY
Starting at $200 per person
Looking to spend a little less time driving and more time riding? Jeremy Jones promotes the multi day adventure... to really listen to the mountains and hear them promotes safety and improves your window for getting that perfect line. If you are serious about your adventure, then a multi day guided tour is a great option for you. Get in touch to learn more now. Hut bunks book quickly.
ADA COMPLIANT SNOW CAT TOUR
Starting at $375 per person
Why let your disability prevent you from enjoying the guided touring everyone else who gets around the backcountry with a professional guide enjoys? If you have sled set up, there are even safe, low-angle guided outrigger skiing options for you in the backcountry as well, not just in-bounds. Trail Blaser Guides is ready to serve your every need. From planning the detailed itinerary, to providing hut approach transportation arrangements, all you need to do is sit back, relax, and explore at your pace. Combine with a hut stay for an extra $50 per night.
How I Got Started
I was 2 or 3 years old when my folks strapped on my first pair of red plastic skis ... from there I picked up the notion of walking (yes, skiing preceded walking). My folks were some of the very first ski instructors at the now closed Stagecoach ski area near Steamboat. Why did I stick with skiing, what was the draw? At first, mostly to spend quality time with my folks (especially when a cozy mountain cabin was available) and later good friends. After endless weekends with the Buffalo Ski Club, I skied competitively with the Winter Park Freestyle Ski Team and after that, the Pro Mogul tour.
When the inevitable happened and that knee blew out, upon recovery, I took a spin on some Telemark skis and really began to explore the mountains outside the areas on my own, with family and friends and in programs like Colorado Mountain College’s Outdoor Semester in the Rockies in 1990 and while getting my Wilderness First Responder (WFR) in 1993. Still a current WFR after 25 years, I have also added many avalanche education certification courses with AIARE, CMS, Irwin Guides, Silverton Avalanche School and NOLS and in the process gained a host of solid backcountry partners, many of which now guide with me at a Professional Level.
I still ski and coach and instruct in bounds, but that was all mostly for the kids. My heart has always been outside the boundaries. I want to give the kids as many opportunities for getting after it as I did and I am 100% focused on getting out there in the backcountry and being safe for both them and myself ... and now you. When my kids ask me “Why do we have to go skiing again today, Dad?” my reply is “Why not go skiing? So you can play video games? Trust me, after you feel the snow move below your skis and boots, you will want to do this way more than play games. The only reason we won't go ski something, kids, is because it isn't safe."
"[Happiness] is to be found in the vibrant dynamism of your own life as you struggle to challenge and overcome one obstacle after another, as you clamber up a perilous ridge in pursuit of that which lies beyond.”