- Base elevation: 71 metres
- Highest landing: 2500 metres
- Av. runs per day: 10
- Av. length of run: 900 metres
- Longest run: 2000 metres
- Group size: 4
- Groups per helicopter: 2
- Season: February to April
- Terrain: Alpine, glacial
- International flight: Denver or Anchorage
- Domestic flight: Anchorage
- Warm up resorts: Alyeska
Owner Operated: By Skiers for Skiers
In our experience it is always a huge plus when a heliski operation is owner operated. Tucker Patton, guide and founder of TPX is involved in all aspects of the business and has assembled a team of passionate mountain professionals who live and breathe Alaskan skiing...and they are all committed to making your heliski experience extraordinary.
Flexibility & Minimal Downtime
Small groups and flexibility are a must if you are to have any chance of making the best of conditions and weather in Alaska. Two groups of four per helicopter plus a strategic location gives you the flexibility and responsiveness to take advantage of different micro climates and make the best of challenging conditions if they arise. In terms of minimising the chances of downtime this is one of the best bets in Alaska.
Terrain for Everyone
Alaska has the reputation for being the big mountain powder skiing capital of the world - and it is! But mountains are mountains. Some are steep, some are less steep and some are flat as pancake! With a helicopter and a team of guides dedicated to finding the best skiing and snowboarding for your comfort level, there genuinely is terrain to suit most level of skiers and snowboarders.
Lodge that Ticks Every Box
Quick, easy road access from Anchorage, a helicopter parked outside, single rooms for all at no extra cost, a hot tub, a sauna and a great chef.