The Best of What's Left in 2017

James Morland •

We are getting down to the last few places in 2017. Here's our selection of the best of what's left including a couple of special offers.

The Alaskan Frontier

Is this the best value for money heliskiing in BC? We think so. Small groups, the largest heliski tenure in BC and epic quantities of DEEP powder all combine to make this something that little bit extra special.

If you are serious about your skiing but less enthusiastic about paying more than you have to, we reckon that Last Frontier Heliskiing's base at Ripley Creek is hands-down the best value heliskiing in BC.

We have a few prime seats left for the following dates:

17-24 February (last five seats) / CA $11,600 + 2.5% tax

24-31 March / CA $11,600 + 2.5% tax

26-31 March (five days) / CA $8,300 + 2.5% tax

Find out more about Ripely Creek

DEEP in the trees on the BC / Alaska border • Photo: Dave Silver

The Platinum Experience

A touch of luxury combined with the rustic charm of the Canadian wild. For two decades this trip has defined luxury, wilderness heliskiing in Canada. Imagine you and your friends in a picture-perfect log chalet, deep in the Canadian wilderness with a helicopter ready to whisk you off to infinite kilometres of untracked powder…… The snow has already been falling thick and fast for a couple of weeks now. It looks set to be a bumper season! Please contact us for pricing and availability.

Find out more about the Platinum Experience.

Just you, your friends and endless virgin mountains as far as the eye can see. • Photo: Randy Lincks

British Columbia's Himalayas

With BC's highest peak, the giant Mt Waddington (4,019 m) an ever looming prescence, the mountains in the Pantheon Range offer something unique in British Columbia. The vertical relief in the region is vast and comparable to anything found in the Himalayas. In fact the area has been used to film classics such as Jean Jacques Annaud's Seven Years in Tibet.

With only eight guests in a single group with two guides and infinite scope for exploration this is as far removed as you can get from your typical commercial heliski operation in Canada.

We have the following slots available for the coming winter:

18-25 February (last 2 seats). Unlimited vertical.

4-11 March (4 seats). Free pre-heliskiing night in Vancouver.

1-8 April (8 seats). Free pre-heliskiing night in Vancouver.

Price per person CA $14,360 + 2.5% tax

Find out more about the Pantheon Range.

A perfect day skiing amongst British Columbia's Himalayas

Spring in Iceland

We’ve been heading up to Iceland to round off the winter pretty consistently now for the past eight years and we're not going to stop doing so any time soon! If you are looking for something extra-special that's only a short flight from Europe or East Coast USA, look no further.

We have space available on various four and six day trips between late March and the end of June.

Find out more about heliskiing in Iceland.

There are few experiences that can compare to skiing from summit to shore on the north coast of Iceland. • Photo: Mike Arzt

New Year's Special in Revelstoke

See in the New Year in style! What better way to welcome 2017 than with powder billowing over your head in the Selkirk and Monashee mountains of British Columbia? We've got an extra special offer of a full five days' heliskiing with unlimited vertical and plenty of champagne to see in the new year. Here's the lowdown:

What's Included?

  • 7 nights' accommodation (double / twin occupancy) at the Hillcrest Hotel in Revelstoke.
  • Five days of heliskiing including unlimited vertical (20,000 vertical metres are guaranteed).
  • Professional guide service from IFMGA / ACMG certified guides.
  • Breakast, lunch, après ski snacks and dinner.
  • New Year's Eve Gala Dinner & Party at the Hillcrest Hotel.
  • Lift ticket for Revelstoke Mountain Resort for January 1st
  • Powder skis or snowboard, avalanche transceiver and related safety gear.

How Much Does it Cost?

CA $6,205 + tax per person

When is It?

Monday 26 December
Arrival in Vancouver, connect to Kelowna and transfer by road to Revelstoke.

Tuesday 27 December
First day of heliskiing

Saturday 31 December, 2016
Last day of heliskiing. New Year's Eve Gala Dinner & Party at the Hillcrest Hotel.

Sunday 01 January, 2017
Skiing at Revelstoke Mountain Resort (lift ticket included).

Monday 02 January, 2017
Departure

If you are interested, don't wait. We only have a small handful of seats left and they will go on a first come first serve basis.

Contact us now.




The Selkirk and Monashee mountains around Revelstoke are world famous for tree skiing. • Photo: Dan Stewart

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The Best of What's Left in 2017

By James Morland •

We are getting down to the last few places in 2017. Here's our selection of the best of what's left including a couple of pretty special offers.