Splitboard The Classics

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Eastern Sierra, Ca

Want to take your splitboarding to a whole new level. Ready for something a little steeper. Join Splitboard Guides International and there Elite team of guides and professional snowboarders as we venture into the Sierra Range. Climb and ride 1500 ft vertical chutes up to 50 degrees. Come shred the classics of the Sierra including such descents as the Incredible Hulk Chute, The West Couloir of Matterhorn Peak and Ski Dreams.

Matterhorn Peak, East & West Couloir, Ski Dreams, Horse Creek Canyon,                       Incredible Hulk Chute, Irie Chute, Jah Bless Chute, Mount Dade Hourglass and Cats Ear Couloirs, Bloody Couloir, Red Slate Couloir, Feather Peak Couloir, North Couloir, Mountaineers Route Whitney


LOCATION: Hwy 395 corridor between the towns of Bridgeport, Ca and Lone Pine, CA. East Side of the Sierra Nevada. Only 4-6 hours from the S.F. Bay Area and 1-2 hours North or South of the resort town of Mammoth Lakes.

For more information view our Eastern Sierra Travel Page

PREREQUISITES: Expert and Advanced level snowboarders with backcountry splitboarding experience. Great physical condition and the ability to carry an overnight pack all day on a splitboard.


Breakfast & dinner while in the backcountry

Group camping equipment, such as tents and cooking equipment

All technical climbing equipment is provided

Professional guiding and instruction from certified guides

Instruction from professional snowboarders and big mountain riders

2019 DATES: *Custom splitboard trips! Pick any 3 days that fit your schedule throughout the winter, starting in December. Please contact us to discuss your trip today!

COST: $995 pp (3 day trip)

Maximum guiding ratio of 2:1 and needs a minimum of 2 to run on these dates with these prices.

*Some of these lines are a big tour from the trailhead, but can be done in a day. Contact us for details. *standard day rates apply








*This trip is run and operated by Alpine Skills International a company permitted by the National Forest