last frontier heliskiing Overview
Picture the largest single heli ski area on the planet in Northern B.C., Canada, 984 inches of annual snowfall, 100 percent small group heli skiing [maximum five guests per group] and two remote lodges to choose from. Now imagine yourself with a small group of like-minded enthusiasts, cranking out turn after turn in zero-density, blower, fluffy pow. Try wiping that smile off your face. Prime dates fill fast, so be sure to book in advance. Available packages include four, five, or seven day trips, Lodge to Lodge Heli Ski Safari, and private tours.
From huge glaciated areas to massive tree runs, the terrain choices are almost limitless. Last Frontier Heliskiing has over 850 runs to choose from in a tenure that is four times larger than the average heliski area in Canada. Lot of tree runs close to the lodge allow us to minimize down days, which average a half day per week.
The Bottom Line
Unlimited vertical, 100,000 feet guaranteed, no hassle refund policy, all inclusive.
- January to February: Stellar tree skiing. Tons of light, fresh powder and lower prices.
- March: Peak season. Book far in advance.
- April: Long days, wide open glaciers. For the sun worshipers.
|Annual Snowfall:||984 inches|
|Exclusive Terrain:||2.2 million acres|
|Price Range:||Week: CND $8,225-$11,070, 4 Day: CND $5,100-6,550|
|Seasonal Dates:||Mid December-End of April|
|Years in Business:||16|
|Types of Helicopters:||A-Star B2 Helicopters|
|Guarantees and refund policies:||Every package includes a vertical footage guarantee -100 percent refundable if you don't reach the guarantee [very rare].|
|Down Day Activity:||Only 1/2 down day per week|
|Nearest Airport:||Smithers, British Columbia, Canada|
|Nearest Town:||Stewart, British Columbia, Canada|
|Lodging Amenities/Availability:||Log Chalets with wood burning stoves, hot tub, sauna, massage therapist, bar, restaurant, ski room and fitness center|
|Local Bars||The Bar, Stewart. The King Eddy, Stewart, or get Hyderised after a short walk to AK.|
|Local Restaurants||All meals served at the lodges|
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