We are certified professionals

Every Corvus guide has a passion for what they do and sharing that passion with you is our goal. We provide our guests with an unforgettable experience that is safe, challenging and ultimately, rewarding. By maintaining low guide to client ratio, our outings are streamlined to meet your objectives.

Ross Berg Corvus Snowboarding

Ross Berg

Born in Red Deer, Alberta, Ross discovered the mountains as a teenager visiting western Canada’s best winter destinations as a sponsored snowboarder. At the age of 16, he was introduced to rock climbing through a local Whistler guide. This experience completely captivated him and opened his eyes to the huge potential the mountains presented. In the following years he completed his certification as an international mountain guide. “I feel privileged to be able to work as a mountain guide, and look forward to sharing the thrill of the mountains with my guests.” Ross has guided, climbed and skied in the European Alps for the last several seasons. When he’s at home he can be found working as a heli ski guide in winters and climbing alpine rock routes in summer.

Certifications:

IFMGA / ACMG Mountain Guide
Avalanche Canada Professional Member
Advanced Wilderness First Aid

Rupert Davies Corvus Snowboarding Whistler

Rupert Davies

Originally from Ontario, Rupert moved to the west coast as a teenager and traveled the world as a professional snowboarder. His youth was spent filming video parts and getting radical from urban settings to backcountry booters, somehow managing to maintain his fitness as a passionate rock climber. As the years passed Rupert wondered if there was more to the mountains and began exploring the Coast Mountains on a split-board. His passion for these mountains and what they have provided him with is outspoken, in the last 5 years, he has made a name for himself as a true professional. Spending his summers as a Rock-Guide taking clients up the Squamish granite and his winters in the snowy peaks, he is one of only a handful of certified Snowboard Guides in Canada. Most of whom work together here at Corvus.

Certifications:

ACMG Apprentice Snowboard Guide
Avalanche Canada Associate Member
Outdoor Wilderness First Aid

Justin Lamoureux Corvus Snowboarding Whistler

Justin Lamoureux

Justin has spent over 25 years strapped into a snowboard and loves it more every year. 2 winter Olympic and a Canadian Olympic record for guy’s halfpipe (7th in 2010), finals in major slopestyle and big air events, a few years racking in top boardercross results and first descents in Alaska and some others around the world. Justin has literally seen it all. Now the majority of his riding time is spent filming on a split board (check out “The Backyard Project”) and working towards being a full backcountry guide. He also has a mechanical engineering degree and has a deep understanding of the mechanics of avalanches. Enthusiastic and always ready for a day of riding and teaching, Justin is a blast to ride with and is always ready with a useful tip to help your riding.

Certifications:

ACMG Apprentice Ski Guide
CSGA Level 2 Lead Guide
Avalanche Canada Associate Member
Advanced Wilderness First Aid (80h)2 x Olympic snowboarder
2 x Olympic snowboarder

Connor Halliwell Corvus Snowboarding Whistler

Connor Halliwell

Conor was born in Whistler, BC amongst the mighty Coast Range. The mountains quickly drew him in as he explored his home resort riding park and pipe and slowly transitioning to the side- country and beyond. 10 years ago, Conor had his first taste of touring; snowboarders were starting to experiment with “splitting” their traditional boards allowing for easy travel in the backcountry, once Conor tried this new form of exploration he never looked back. For the last 5 years Conor has been working as a professional in the avalanche safety industry, as an apprentice Ski Guide he now spends his winters sharing the love of the mountains with others.

Certifications:

ACMG Apprentice Snowboard Guide
Avalanche Canada Associate Member
Outdoor Wilderness First Aid

Christine Felicki Corvus Snowboarding Whistler

Christine Felicki

Based in Squamish, Christine is one of the hardest working women in the industry. An apprentice hiking guide in summers and Canada’s first woman to be certified as a snowboard guide; no matter the season she is teaching safe backcountry travel. Christine is ahead of her game in so many ways, behind her friendly smile lies a calculated and driven mind that will get you to the goods without sacrificing a good time. Her passion for sharing the mountains with other inspired women is only outmatched by her ability to out-ride most of the guys out there. Whether you’re new or old to the touring world, she has so much to offer.

Certifications:

ACMG Apprentice Snowboard Guide
Avalanche Canada Associate Member
Outdoor Wilderness First Aid

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