- Base elevation: 480 metres
- Highest landing: 3,000 metres
- Av. runs per day: 12+
- Av. length of run: 850 metres
- Longest run: 2,200 metres
- Group size: 3-9 (+ guide)
- Groups per helicopter: 1 or 2
- Season: December to April
- Terrain: Alpine, glaciated, trees
- International flight: Vancouver
- Domestic flight: Kelowna
- Warm up resorts: Revelstoke Mountain Resort
The Home of Heliskiing
The Selkirks and Monashees have been described by The New York Times as "the heliskiing capital of the world". The expertise gained over 40 years of operating means the operators, pilots and guides here have it dialled to give you the best possible heliskiing experience.
Choice of Accommodation
In most heliskiing locations, when it comes to where to stay and what you eat, you get what you are given. With a Revelstoke private package, whether you want the atmosphere and amenities of a decent hotel or an incredible, full-service private chalet to share with your friends/family, you take control of this aspect of the trip. This is a great way of ensuring a memorable celebration, whether it's for a 40th, 50th or 60th birthday or a family reunion.
Share a helicopter with friends
Not everyone wants to heliski or even ski every day. By staying at RMR, a larger group can mix heliskiing with lift-served skiing and other activities from spa days to snowshoeing, and split into smaller groups taking turns to use the heli, while gathering each evening to share stories.
Private = Flexible
There is simply no substitute for a private helicopter for the ultimate heliski experience. Ski or snowboard with your own crew, decide whether to ski trees or open powder meadows and go at your own pace, fast or slow.
Choose a small or large machine
Having the option of a larger Bell 205 helicopter or a smaller A Star is an uncommon benefit which makes it possible to accommodate different group sizes - from as small as 3 (with 2 guides) to as many as 9.