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Last Frontier Heliskiing

Discover the largest heliski area of the planet with other 9 500km². An average of 25 meters of snowfall during the winter allows incredibles heliski runs in the Skeena and coast mountains of northern BC and dry deep powder. All in small ski and snowboard groups and 2 operation bases. Spend the heliski week of a lifetime...

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Advanced level. Skiing in all snow conditions. Good physical shape.
From December 2017 to end April 2018.
December: 15 to 22, 22 to 29, 29 to January 5.
January: 5 to 12, 12 to 19, 19 to 26, 26 to February 2.
February: 2 to 9, 9 to 16, 16 to 23. 23 to March 2.
March: 2 to 9, 9 to 16, 16 to 23. 23 to 30. 30 to April 7
April: 6 to 13, 13 to 20.
Helicopter - Safety
Last Frontier Heliskiing uses A-Star helicopters. The A-star is a light weight and powerful helicopter, ideally suited for small-group helicopter skiing.
Bell 2 Lodge: Bell 2 Lodge is located 220 miles (360 km) Northwest of Smithers, British Columbia. Smithers is easily accessed from Vancouver with 2 daily flights. Bell 2 Lodge is a modern heliski village. The dining room, lounge and bar act as the focal point for skiing and snowboarding stories to be shared. Guests are accommodated in log chalets, located approximately 100 meters from the lodge. All rooms have a private bathroom, fireplace, two queen size beds or one king size bed with down duvets.
Ripley Creek: The second base of operations is based at Ripley Creek Inn in Stewart BC, just minutes from the border with Alaska and 200 miles (310km) Northwest of Terrace, British Columbia. Terrace is easily accessed from Vancouver with 2 daily flights. Stewart is a little old mining town on the border with Alaska. The terrain is exciting and offers long runs on glaciers and in open bowls as well as some of the most spectacular tree runs anywhere.


British Columbia, Skeena and Coast Mountains
The Skeena and Coast Mountains of northern BC offer up massive tree runs in old growth forest, huge glaciated features in high alpine terrain and everything in between. It’s a nirvana of steep and aggressive lines for the diehard, through to gentler terrain for a mellow experience.
7 DAY TOUR at Bell 2 lodge or Ripley Creek.
- 7 day tour includes 30,500 vertical meters
- Only 3 groups of 4 guests in an A-Star B2 or Bell 407 helicopter
- Accommodation and meals at Bell 2 Lodge or Ripley Creek
- Guide Services (ACMG and/or UIAGM certified)
- Use of powder skis and poles
- Use of avalanche transceivers, ABS Airbags, probes and shovels
- Ground transfers between Smithers and Bell 2 Lodge or Terrace and Ripley Creek.
7 day tour
departure each Friday from December to April - rate from CAD 10500


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In the event that your vertical meters guarantee is not reached because of bad weather that prevents us from flying or because of mechanical breakdown (these are the only two reasons for a refund), we will refund you CAD $143.20/1,000m. No refund is given, in whole or in part, for unused days or transportation, resulting from late arrival or early departure. If you should decide not to ski at all one day, for whatever reason, or if you decide to stop skiing early one day and you do not reach your guaranteed vertical footage, there will be no refund.

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