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Heli-Ski Safari

Jonas Ernevi •

Adventure on the BC / Alaska Border

This is not your regular Canadian heli-skiing. This is big wild northern British Columbia and compared to southern BC with all of its heli-ski operations sandwiched together; it’s like a different country.

Fully loaded logging truck on snowy road
Size matters up here • Photo: Steve Rosset

Your adventure starts in Stewart, British Columbia - an old gold rush town on the border with Alaska where the bears outnumber people and 25 metres of snow falls each year. This is a raw, rugged experience where the focus is on the quality of the skiing not the fancy extras.

Ripley Creek Inn under fresh snowfall
Ripley Creek Inn in downtown Stewart • Photo: George Rosset
Skiers in old car mounted on cat track
Pro skiers Lyndsey Dyer and Josh Daiek checking out some of the local forms of transportation • Photo: Grant Gunderson

On the morning of day four something a little different happens. As normal you get changed into ski gear and fly out by helicopter but this time you are on a one way trip, skiing and flying 100 kilometres through some of the wildest ski terrain imaginable – through pristine forests and virgin slopes that may never have seen a ski track before. As the sun is going down and the legs are becoming weary you arrive at Bell 2 Lodge where warm glowing fires await.

Heli-skiers in big alpine terrain
A small corner of an area that is 200 times the size of all of Colorado's ski resorts combined • Photo: Dave Silver

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Prices

10 Days 9 Days 7 Days
Jan 24 - Feb 3 CA$ 16,600 - -
Feb 7 - 17 CA$ 18,100 - -
Mar 21 - 31 CA$ 18,100 - -
Apr 4 -14 CA$ 16,600 - -
Jan 15 - 24 - CA$ 15,200 -
Jan 29 - Feb 7 - CA$ 16,600 -
Feb 3 - 12 - CA$ 16,600 -
Mar 17 -26 - CA$ 16,600 -
Mar 24 - Apr 4 - CA$ 16,600 -
Mar 31 - Apr 9 - CA$ 15,200 -
Jan 20 - 27 - - CA$ 12,500
Feb 3 - 10 - - CA$ 13,700
Feb 17 - 24 - - CA$ 13,700
Mar 3 -10 - - CA$ 13,700
Mar 17 - 24 - - CA$ 13,700
Mar 31 - Apr 7 - - CA$ 12,500

What's Included

  • Four nights at Bell 2 Lodge and three nights at Ripley Creek Inn. OR four nights at Ripley Creek Inn and three nights at Bell 2 Lodge.
  • Only two groups of five guests per helicopter.
  • 30,500 vertical metres (100,000 feet) of guaranteed heli-skiing.
  • All meals while at the two lodges.
  • Guide service.
  • Use of powder skis & all lodge facilities.
  • Return airport ground transfers to Bell 2 Lodge / Ripley Creek Inn.
  • Use of safety equipment including: avalanche transceiver and avalanche airbag
heli-skiers at Bell 2 Lodge
Arrival at Bell 2 Lodge for part two of the adventure • Photo: Grant Gunderson
Having a beer in the jacuzzi after heliskiing
...and a well earned soak • Photo: Greg Foster
Heli-ski Safari Map
The heliski safari allows guests to explore some of the furthest reaches of Last Frontier Heliskiing's 9,500 km2 tenure

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