- Base elevation: 480 m
- Av. runs per day: 8
- Av. length of run: 850 m
- Longest run: 2,200 m
- Group size: 11
- Groups per helicopter: 2 to 3
- Season: Dec - April
- Terrain: Alpine, Glacial, Trees
- International flight: Vancouver
- Domestic flight: Kelowna
- Warm up resorts: Revelstoke
World-Class Tree Skiing
With towering forests of beautifully spaced old-growth western red cedar and hemlock trees (some more than 700 years old), Revelstoke sits at the heart of some of the world’s best tree skiing.
Reliable, big snowfalls
Revelstoke typically gets over 10 metres of snow per year, which is around double what the most reliably snowy European resorts get.
Flexibility & Value for Money
Not only is this some of the most competitively priced heli-skiing on the market it is also incredibly flexible. You can do a one-day gentle introduction to heli-skiing (though we recommend at least three), a decadent week of luxury or anything in between, the options are limitless… and on the days you’re not heli-skiing there’s ski touring and the ski lifts of Revelstoke Mountain Resort right on your doorstep.