Set in Revelstoke, British Columbia in the very heart of Canadian heli-ski country, Bighorn redefines luxury heli-skiing.
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.
Terra Nostra Guest Ranch is a private heli-hideaway situated on the Chilcotin plateau in an area still largely unexplored on skis. With the giant 4,019 metre Mt Waddington (British Columbia’s highest peak) only 60 km away the area is dramatic in proportions and dominated by huge glaciers and alpine terrain.
The intricate coastlines of British Columbia and south east Alaska are dramatic on a scale hard to imaginge. For those with a sense of adventure, this pristine wilderness of fjords, islands, rivers and glaciers will leave a lasting impression. Rising almost vertically from the calm emerald waters of sheltered fiords, towering snow-capped mountains provide the perfect playground for heliskiing and untapped adventure.
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.
[SKI MOVIE] - LAST CHANCE for discounted tickets. Join us on Friday 27 November for the UK Virtual Film Premiere of Warren Miller's Future Retro.
Ever wondered what it's like to be a heliski pilot, flying amongst snow-plastered peaks, dropping off skiers to enjoy pristine powder..? Here's a front seat view from Heli Action's ace pilot Alexander Davydov, taken this December in Siberia. Here's a man who enjoys his job!
Looking to step up the adventure? Join James Morland in May 2021 for some genuine expedition-style heliskiing in Canada’s Nunavut territory. Set amongst Inuit villages at 70 degrees in Arctic Canada, north Baffin Island offers some of the most remote heliskiing in the world and is home to a spectacular array of wildlife.
We understand that the world is now a different place to just several weeks ago and that putting down significant amounts of money for a holiday that is many months away, represents a new level of risk.
We have been looking (and continue to look) at ways to reduce that risk in order to give you some peace of mind as well as the much-needed excitement of an epic ski trip to look forward to.
It is only early December and already we have been neck-deep in powder on several occassions over the past few weeks. WIth our first trip to Siberia leaving at the end of the week we hope to continue as we started.
The aim of these weeks is simple: to ski or snowboard seldom if ever visited areas of Himachal Pradesh, laying tracks down virgin slopes of powder snow and staying at lodges, tented camps, rest houses and private village homes along the way. This is pure, untamed adventure.
[VIDEO] - 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.
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.
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.
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