After a recent cold snap of minus 30 degrees, the temperatures had moderated to a more comfortable minus 10 to minus 15 and we were greeted with blue skies and some of the most spectacular snow conditions any of us had ever experienced - deep, dry, cold Siberian smoke...
With its proximity to Whistler, Tyax Lodge is the perfect destination for anyone wanting to combine a few days of resort skiing with some genuine, wilderness heli-skiing.
The southern hemisphere season is still going strong and and with one of the deepest snowpacks in South America, Patagonia is the place to be.
This is not your regular Canadian heli-skiing. This is big wild northern British Columbia and compared to southern BC with all of its heli-ski operations sandwiched together; it’s like a different country.
Where under-stated 5-star luxury merges seamlessly with the rugged Canadian wild to create one of the most refined luxury heli-ski experiences available today.
Bored of big commercial heliski operations with their over-sized groups and flat runs? Ready to step it up a notch and challenge some genuinely steep terrain? You are in the right place - almost.
Skiing or snowboarding knee-deep powder with a group of friends on a beautiful bluebird day is pretty special but stick that run above the ocean with a helicopter waiting on the beach and it quickly becomes extraordinary.
The winter season is already in full swing but we stil have a handful of spots left in 2019. Here are our top two picks of what's left in 2019 along with a little something to sweeten the deal.
...“100,000 vertical feet, 8 hours of flying time, 36 runs...unlimited vertical...” Even to the most seasoned heli-skier untangling what this all means in terms of value for money and how much fun you are going to have, can be tricky. Here’s our guide to what it all means and a few potential pros and cons of each system.
Here’s a roundup of some of the last few remaining spots for 2019 that have caught our eye.
IT'S BACK! Warren Miller’s latest ski and snowboard movie, Face of Winter kicks off its world tour. The show features a whole host of people and places close to our heart with awesome footage shot in Iceland, Chamonix, Alaska, Chile and many more...
Winter is only just around the corner. We've been getting distracted looking at photos and have selected a few to get you in the mood.
That super-low density, smoky dry ‘champagne’ powder. The pinnacle of powder skiing right? We're not so sure.......
The first turns of winter are only a couple of month's away. This month we've homed in on a couple of prime spots that are still available for the 2019 season...and in some cases there is a little something extra to sweeten the deal.
We often get asked whether this or that heliski lodge has ‘cat skiing backup’. If it's somewhere we send people the answer is almost certainly no. There's a good reason why...
On July 22nd, 2018, 30-year-old Polish ski mountaineer, Andrzej Bargiel became the first person to ski down from the summit of K2, the world’s second highest peak.
Now, to complement the rustic charm and family history of Klaensholl; guests have the choice of opting for on-the-edge-of-the-fjord luxury. Or, for those ready for the adventure of a lifetime – jump aboard the ‘Ring of Fire’ heliski tour.
Outside of the Himalayas, the Andes are home to the highest mountains in the world. High altitude combined with a maritime snowpack means light and dry snow throughout the season. A rugged and vast array of magnificent peaks and alpine terrain stretches further than the eye can see – even from a helicopter!
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