The historic Boulder Hut holds a unique place in the history of backcountry ski lodges in British Columbia.

Our founders Art Twomey and Margie Jamieson’s conservation efforts are legendary. They were instrumental in establishing the Purcell Wilderness Conservancy, nearly 500,000 acres of protected land bordering our 15,000 acre ski tenure.

This hut is one of the original privately held ski lodges in the province and we are proud of the fact that we were recently named one of the Top 10 Backcountry Huts in North America by Unofficial Networks, a partner of USATODAY Lifestyle/Action Sports.

Our ski terrain is suited to all abilities and wide ranging weather conditions. Canada's Purcell Mountains offer legendary powder skiing and the best tree skiing in BC. When weather won’t let us see our ski tips in the high alpine, we head for the trees. When weather breaks, we head to alpine bowls and cirques to deliver a big mountain backcountry ski touring experience.

Whatever the weather brings, we have plenty of challenging terrain to keep you skiing and a comfortable and relaxing backcountry ski lodge to come home to at the end of your day.

Thank you, thank you, thank you! I’ll never forget this place. Great food, great skiing, great guides, great host, great guests. Looking forward to year seven at the hut!
— Rick Rocheleau, Seattle, WA

Photo: Brett St. Clair