- Base elevation: 1950 m
- Highest landing: 5,000 m
- Av. runs per day: 10
- Av. length of run: 1,000 m
- Group size: 4
- Groups per helicopter: 3-4
- Season: February - April
- Terrain: Alpine, Trees, Glacial
- International flight: Delhi
- Domestic flight: Kullu
The Himalayas - Up Close & Personal
Nothing can quite describe the feeling of skiing perfect powder snow surrounded by 6,500 metre Himalayan peaks in this culturally vibrant corner of North West India. Topping out at around 6,500 metres these may not be the 8,000 metre giants of Nepal and Pakistan but they were made for heli-skiing.
International Safety Standards
With a team of highly reputable guides, pilots and helicopter mechanics from Switzerland, the safety standards are far beyond what you would normally expect in India.
Heli-skiing in Manali is not just about linking turns down endless runs but equally about experiencing the fascinating local culture of the Kullu Valley.