Get Active in Thompson Pass

With an average of more than 500 inches of snow recorded annually and amazing views to top it off, it’s no surprise that Thompson Pass is a premier heli-ski destination and a huge draw for outdoor adventurers, from backcountry skiers and snowmobilers in winter to hikers and kayakers in summer. There are plenty of guide services offering to take travelers to Thompson Pass for an adventure. Visitors who prefer to forego the extreme sports, still have plenty of reasons to head to the pass. The trip over Thompson Pass and through Keystone Canyon is one of the most scenic in the state. Worthington Glacier is easily accessible and waterfalls thunder into the Lowe River. From the top of the pass, the views stretch for miles. There are plenty of campgrounds in the pass available to set up a tent or RV to soak it all in.


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