- Base elevation: 675 m
- Highest landing: 3,202 m
- Av. runs per day: Classic:4-6, Semi-private: 8
- Av. length of run: 850 m
- Group size: 4, 5 or 10
- Groups per helicopter: 2 - 3
- Season: Dec-April
- Terrain: Alpine, Glacial, Trees
- International flight: Vancouver
Heli-Skiing Meets World-Class Resort
Whistler is the perfect place to combine world class resort skiing with a gentle introduction to heli-skiing or heli-boarding. There is lots of wide-open, low angle terrain and with some groups focused exclusively on intermediate skiers it's a great place to 'give it a go' for a few runs. Equally, if you want to step it up and combine several days' heli-skiing with a few days resort skiing, there's something for everyone.
Perfect for Families and Mixed Ability Groups
Perfect to dip into some more serious skiing for the more adventurous skier or snowboarder while the rest of the group are on the more mellow programme with an instructor.
Out of this world tailormade ski trips
Take a world-class chalet or hotel in what is arguably the world’s best ski resort. Throw in experienced and qualified guides and a private helicopter to create the most varied and memorable skiing experience imaginable for your group of family and friends – heliskiing deep in the backcountry, lift-assisted ski-touring in Whistler’s famed side-country, groomed runs and accommodating instructors for all abilities, après-ski, fine dining and a home from home offering extreme comfort and complete privacy.
Whistler Warm-Up + Heliski Lodge
Your first ski tip of the winter or you're flying from Europe or Australasia? A few days in Whistler is the ideal way to get your ski legs back and banish the jetlag before moving on to a dedicated heliskiing lodge.