Whistler Heli Skiing is sublime! Flying in a helicopter way up high in the spectacular mountains is an amazing experience in itself, but then skiing or snowboarding down untracked powder is truly incredible. Heli skiing in Canada
is the ultimate powder rush, and where better to try it than at Whistler?
Whistler Blackcomb is the biggest ski resort in North America. It’s huge but its size pales into insignificance when you compare it to the Whistler Heli Skiing terrain. The area is massive - over 60 times larger than the ski resort. Best of all, you only have to share the abundant powder with an average of 50 skiers or boarders a day, rather than the thousands of punters at the Whistler ski resort
Whistler Heli Skiing Packages
DAY HELISKIING WHISTLER
From 3 Runs | Includes Lunch, Apres & Shuttle
From price based on 3-run Classic Experience.
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Ability: Intermediate, Strong Intermediate, Advanced, Expert
Whistler Heli Skiing offers a range of packages for strong intermediate riders up to experts, and use different types of helicopters to tailor the skiing and snowboarding to the requirements of the individual. All packages include guiding by qualified guides, use of safety equipment, lunch, and après party.... More
- From 3 guided heli skiing runs
- Use of avalanche safety gear
- On-mountain picnic lunch
- Return shuttle from Whistler
Tour Focus: Guided | Terrain Focus: Backcountry
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Dec 03 - Apr 16, 2017
Where is Whistler Heli Ski Located?
The vast Whistler heliskiing terrain is located in the Coast Mountain Range, just to the north, west and east of the resort. The Whistler Heli Ski office (the morning meeting spot) is superbly located in the heart of Whistler Village in the Carleton Lodge. The Whistler Heli Skiing buses then take guests to the nearby heliport.
Whistler is located in British Columbia near the west coast of Canada, approximately 125km (76 miles) north of Vancouver.
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Terrain for Heli Skiing Whistler
Whistler Heli Skiing has amazingly vast terrain with a playground of 432,000 acres (17,480 hectares) that includes over 475 runs. They have a huge choice of terrain to find the best snow available, and much of the skiing occurs on glaciers where the powder is delightfully fluffy.
On fine weather days the heli skiing is up in the alpine in big bowls. Otherwise the runs are down in the sub-alpine terrain in amongst very widely spaced trees.
More Reasons to Heli Ski with Whistler Heli Skiing
For any powder hound, heli skiing really is the ultimate way to ski or snowboard. You not only get unbelievable untracked snow, but the buzz of the whole experience too which includes the flying and amazing scenery. Whistler Heli Skiing not only gives you all this, but everything else that Whistler has to offer including restaurants, nightlife, shopping and non-skiing activities. These benefits certainly aren’t on offer with other heli-ski operators where the lodge is generally stuck out in the middle of nowhere!
Whistler Heli Skiing is a highly reputable operator and has been in business since 1981.
See the Powderhounds full review here >>