Tantalus Range

This rugged and soulful range of mountains is visible on the west side of the highway between Squamish and Whistler begging all those who drive this highway to visit. Surprisingly few people do. Stunning peaks with solid rock and big glaciers offer great climbs for everyone from beginners to experienced alpinists.

We run a variety of trips to the range as many options exist depending on your experience and fitness, and of course the weather. The Squamish airport is located very close by  so helicopter flights are about as cheap as they ever get.

We typically fly into the range, although walking in is possible, and stay at the Jim Haberl Hut or Lake Lovelywater Hut, or camp high in the alpine. More information on the huts is available by clicking here

Climbing objectives are plentiful including Mts. Tantalus, Dione, Serratus, Alpha, Omega, Niobe and Pelops. 

We recommend a minimum 3-day trip to enjoy the range to the fullest. 

All dates are custom and prices are based on our private guiding rates available here

 Sunset view from a window of the Haberl Hut

Sunset view from a window of the Haberl Hut

 Rapelling off the summit of Mt. Tantalus

Rapelling off the summit of Mt. Tantalus

 Climbers approaching Mt. Dione

Climbers approaching Mt. Dione