IceWalks Guides

All IceWalks guides are certified members of the Association of Canadian Mountain Guides or international equivalents. The ACMG is the organization that certifies all mountain guides in Canada and is well recognized in the international guiding community. Completing the various courses means that our guides are qualified in glacier travel, crevasse rescue, the effects of changing weather conditions, and all other aspects of mountain and glacier travel. In other words, you can be confident that you will have a safe and stress-free adventure.

Our guides know how awe-inspiring the Canadian Rockies can be: we are here to share this unique landscape with you and demonstrate the impact glaciers have on our lives, not only in western Canada but across large portions of the world. Our guides are also accredited interpreters through the Interpretive Guides Association (IGA), and they will explain the formation of this dynamic environment.

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Peter Lemieux

Peter Lemieux loves ice, and has been wandering the glaciers of the Columbia Icefield for more decades than he cares to admit to. And he’d love to share these special places with anyone who’s interested.

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Corin Lohmann

Corin has been guiding IceWalks since 2013 and enjoys exploring the Columbia Icefield area. Adventure is ever present in Corin’s life, he loves exploring the mountains year-round and sharing the mountain experience with guests.

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Tamara Dykshoorn

Hi there! Doing a walk on a glacier is an impressionable mountain moment and it is a joy to be there with you. Although I am a veteran in the tourism and guiding industry, I enjoy learning to keep my interpretation and guiding skills fresh. See you out there!

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Peter Hoyle

The Okanagan Valley is my home when I'm not guiding up on the Athabasca or spending the winter guiding heli-skiing for CMH. I truly love spending time with people in the mountains and sharing spectacular experiences with them. I love skiing, hiking and mountain biking, travelling, music and basketball.

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Jason Guptill

Originally from a long line of east-coast fishermen, Jason grew up just outside Halifax, NS, where the BIG mountains are! He moved west in 2004 to find deeper snow, and has been hooked on the pow-pow ever since guiding skiing in the winter, and glaciers and rock climbing in the summer.

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Adam Zok

Adam is based in Revelstoke, BC. A passionate spitboarding guide; when he's not working, Adam loves riding and climbing in the Columbia Mountains. At times, Adam's appetite for adventure seems almost limitless - don't be surprised if your Icewalk ends on the summit of Mt. Columbia!

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Rupert Wedgwood

A retired public safety specialist for Parks Canada, Rupert has been working and playing on the Columbia Icefield for over 25 years. He has travelled glacial landscapes from Antarctic to Baffin Island instructing mountain safety courses and supporting scientific research programs. Rupert is excited to share his knowledge of the area with you on your glacier adventure.

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Hannah Kendal

Hannah grew up skiing in the Bow Valley, but fell in love with the Coast Mountains during university. She now resides in Revelstoke, BC and continues to explore the mountains by running, skiing, and climbing.

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Nic Hamilton

Nic loves being amongst glaciers and is eager to share that excitement with you. He believes there is no better way to cultivate curiosity, forge friendships and stay forever-young than time spent together outside. In fact, drinking from a glacier fed stream is Nic’s interpretation of the elixir of life - care for a sip?

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Anne Cayer-Huard

Anne lives in Revelstoke, BC where she enjoys exploring the Columbia Mountains. Her winters are spent guiding Heli-skiing and backcountry ski touring and she is looking forward to sharing the glacier experience with you this summer.

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Troy Leahy

Troy is a Revelstoke based ski guide with over 25 years of experience, working, teaching and guiding in the mountains. Growing up on the east coast, Troy enjoys skiing, sailing, birdwatching, and generally being outdoors. He is looking forward to sharing the magical experience of walking on the Athabasca Glacier.

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Amélie Goulet-Boucher

Bonjour! As my name suggests, I hail from Québec, but I have been calling Golden, BC home for over 10 years. I enjoy all things mountains; skiing, rock climbing, and running. I love my backyard and I love sharing it with others.

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