- Base elevation: Sea Level
- Highest landing: 1,220 metres
- Av. runs per day: 12 runs
- Av. length of run: 750 vertical metres
- Group size: 4 Skiers/Riders
- Groups per helicopter: 1 - 2
- Season: April – May
- Terrain: Glaciated
- International flight: Ottawa (YOW)
- Domestic flight: Clyde River (YCY)
- Warm up resorts: Mont Tremblant
The World’s Most Northerly Heli-Skiing Base
Be one of the few to have ventured this far north to go heli-skiing. In the spring, long periods of high pressure make for plenty of endless sunny days and cold dry powder as far as the eye can see.
Unique Hel-Ski Lodge
The newly built, igloo-inspired expedition camp consisting of six individual 'igloos' was shipped by boat to the Arctic and allows you to stay on the snow and ice right in the heart of some of the most breathtaking scenery in the Arctic.
Arctic Wildlife & Culture
The vibrant Inuit communities are surrounded by a rich abundance of wildlife including arctic foxes and wolves, polar bears, beluga whales and muskoxen to name a few.
Scenery & Terrain
This vast mountain wilderness of frozen fjords and massive glaciers is breathtaking on a scale that is hard to imagine. Incredible ski terrain stretches as far as the eye can see and classic runs like the four kilometre long descent from the summit of Mount Wordie down to sea level will leave you intoxicated.