Selkirk Tangiers

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Selkirk Tangiers

Selkirk Tangiers4.4/511
Selkirk Tangiers4.4 out of 5 based on 11 reviews
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Selkirk Tangiers Helicopter Skiing
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Life
Life's too short to miss out on an opportunity to go heli skiing
Small group heli skiing & boarding is the way to go to get max vert & terrain
Small group heli skiing & boarding is the way to go to get max vert & terrain
The Hillcrest Hotel is Selkirk Tangiers base camp
The Hillcrest Hotel is Selkirk Tangiers base camp
Selkirk Tangiers has some nice steep alpine terrain
Selkirk Tangiers has some nice steep alpine terrain
The Bell 205 is an amazing helicopter
The Bell 205 is an amazing helicopter
Waist deep powder amongst the Christmas trees
Waist deep powder amongst the Christmas trees
The STHS terrain is huge and varied
The STHS terrain is huge and varied
There is some nice cruisy trees for intermediates
There is some nice cruisy trees for intermediates
The powder can be deep, light and dry
The powder can be deep, light and dry
Kapow!
Kapow!
Those Europeans like to conserve the fresh snow
Those Europeans like to conserve the fresh snow
Small group heliskiing in an A-Star or Bell 407
Small group heliskiing in an A-Star or Bell 407
The Bell 205 coming in for a landing - hang on to your hats!
The Bell 205 coming in for a landing - hang on to your hats!
You won
You won't be able to wipe the smile from your face
The tree skiing at Selkirk Tangiers is superb
The tree skiing at Selkirk Tangiers is superb
The views aren
The views aren't too shabby either
It
It's a great day out
An intermediate
An intermediate's delight
Book yourself or your family/group in for an adventure of a lifetime!
Book yourself or your family/group in for an adventure of a lifetime!

Selkirk Tangiers

Overall Rating

Selkirk Tangiers4.4/511
Selkirk Tangiers4.4 out of 5 based on 11 reviews

Selkirk Tangiers Heli Skiing

Selkirk Tangiers Heli Skiing provides some of the best powder skiing possible, with hectares galore of untouched powder.

Heliskiing Canada is the ultimate experience for powder hounds, but Revelstoke heli skiing in particular is fantastic. Revelstoke BC is recognised worldwide as the mecca for heli skiing due to the amazingly consistent snowfalls of dry powder. Avid powder hounds can generally only dream about this, but at Selkirk Tangiers with relatively inexpensive packages, an awesome Canadian heli-skiing adventure can become a reality.

Selkirk Tangiers Heli Skiing offers a range of packages including day heliskiing and multi-day packages.

Where is Selkirk Tangiers Heli-Skiing Located?

Selkirk Tangiers is a Revelstoke heli skiing outfit. The town of Revelstoke is in British Columbia, Canada, and is 2 hours north of Kelowna and 5 hours west of Calgary. The main offices of Selkirk-Tangiers are based at the Hillcrest Hotel which is a couple of kilometres outside the town of Revelstoke.

Private heli-ski packages leave from the heli-pad at the Hillcrest Hotel, whilst the regular operation uses shuttle vans to get to one of multiple staging areas.

Heli Ski Terrain

The terrain available is vast, with 500,000 acres across the Selkirk and Monashee Mountains. This area is renowned for the reliable powder snow conditions and variability in terrain. The terrain includes alpine bowls, chutes and steeps, but there is also plenty of tree skiing which is advantageous during inclement weather. The operation still has a few down-days, but these are minimal. Run lengths can vary from 500 to 2,200 vertical metres.

Selkirk-Tangiers suggest that a strong intermediate skier could adapt to the deep powder skiing and terrain, and is the minimum ability level required. The rider should have the ability to tackle any ungroomed single black run at a resort.

As to be expected with all heli skiing operations, the snow conditions, snowpack stability, and visibility will dictate the terrain covered each day.

Selkirk Tangiers Review

The Powderhounds got their “stoke” on and headed out with Selkirk Tangiers for a revel in the powder. Our review includes a few of the pros and cons of this Revelstoke heli skiing operation.

Pros:

  • The Selkirk Tangiers heli skiing multi-day packages are incredibly inexpensive in comparison to other Canada heli ski operations, whilst still providing great quality service and very good accommodation. The skiing vertical guaranteed is the same as for most of their competitors, as is the pricing structure of charging a little more for any vertical metres beyond the guarantee. In essence you get great value for money.
  • Your Revelstoke ski holiday can include a mix of heli skiing, resort (lift) skiing, and cat skiing. This makes the Revelstoke experience unique.
  • In addition to multi-day trips, Selkirk Tangiers have single day trips so this provides a taste of heli skiing and caters to a range of heliskiing budgets. Only one other Revelstoke heli skiing outfit provides one day trips (Eagle Pass Heliskiing).
  • The single day heli skiing rates are less than for Eagle Pass Heliskiing.
  • The introductory package for day heli skiing is really ideal for first time heli skiers and those not particularly adept at skiing or snowboarding powder. 
  • Accommodation for the multi-day packages is at the Hillcrest, which is a charming hotel with a great culture and you’re not stuck out in a remote lodge. The food is fabulously gourmet and you’ll be at risk of getting a serious case of heli-belly.
  • All the staff are really friendly and knowledgeable, including guest services and the guides. 

Cons

  • The guide to guest ratio for the standard packages are large at 11:1, although this is somewhat common amongst the traditional Canada heli ski operators. One implication of this may be variability in the ability level of the group. Experts may potentially be held back as the guides have to cater to the skier or boarder with the least ability. Group size can also impact on safety considerations and the ability to score freshies in tighter spots such as the trees.
  • For the regular multi-day packages, most of the skiing is accessed from several staging points, using vans to transport guests to the helicopters. This cuts into skiing time a little, however 5 to 7 runs each day is still very achievable. .

Sun, Snow, Skiing, Snowboarding & Scenery – The Five Ss

Since watching the 1991 movie “Return to the Snow Zone” I had always wanted to go heli-skiing in Revelstoke, the haven of heli ski adventures. The video features Revelstoke heli-skiing in superbly deep powder, and apart from the really bad ski outfits, the movie is incredibly inspiring (as is the Midnight Oil soundtrack). My powder hound aspirations to heli ski in Revelstoke finally became a reality when I had the chance to go out with Selkirk-Tangiers.
A multi-cultural group assembled in front of the Hillcrest Hotel eager to find some fresh pow. Today I was joining a European tour group who were keen to heli ski in BC due to the scarcity of opportunities in Europe. Even though my German and Italian language skills are poor, it didn’t take much for me to ascertain that the group were all very excited.

We were transported to the day lodge at Alberts Canyon, and after the mandatory safety briefings the time came for the excitement of getting into the chopper (a Bell-UH-1 Iroquois otherwise known as a “Huey”, used by the US military in the Vietnam war). As we lifted off it felt quite nostalgic, and the vibration and sound of the wump-wump-wump of the rotor blades sent shivers down my spine. Sitting in the seats that face sideways (affectionately known as the “honeymoon suite”), I imagined what it would have been like to man the guns in one of these war birds.

I gave up on pretending I was in Vietnam, and as we lifted up through the veil of clouds, the brilliant rays of sunshine hit the chopper. It was just beautiful. It had been cloudy for days and this was the first time I’d seen the sun in a while. Due to the weather, Selkirk Tangiers had been doing lots of tree skiing over the past few days and this was the first time the chopper had reached the alpine terrain in a while. I was super keen to get out there.

The chopper left us near a ridge, and after watching its departure with snow flying off the skids, we paused for a few minutes to take in the views. The Europeans’ cameras were madly clicking, which was not surprising considering the absolutely amazing scenery. The carpet of cloud with majestic mountains all around had everyone in awe.

Our first run started in the alpine and extended down into the trees. The snow conditions were incredibly variable on the way down, starting with a little wind-affected crust, then rime and then delightful packed powder for the remainder of the run. It was a colourful display on the way down as many of the skiers had their fluoro powder ribbons flying behind them. I am more inclined to tuck powder ribbons into my gaiters, so I thought it was a little strange. It also seemed amusing because the ribbons were somewhat unnecessary in the ankle deep powder. By the time we got down into the trees I realised I’d have to conform. I gave in and pulled the ribbons out of my gaiters so that I could join in with the bright spectacular.

As we prepared for the heli to pick us up, I wondered if even the most experienced heli skiers still get a thrill from crouching in a huddle whilst the ‘big bird’ bears down on top of you. It certainly still excited me, and I was still amazed that the pilot could land the chopper with such precision. We scrambled inside and it was somewhat cuddly in the main cabin, but facing each other with our knees interlocked just added to the bonding of the group. It didn’t matter that we spoke different languages because the excitement was evident through body language.

The second run was a replica of the first, except that the powder was shin-deep as we neared the trees. It was lovely although not quite the deep stuff I’d seen on “Back to the Snow Zone”. Today I was happy to forego the deep stuff in exchange for the amazing vistas. One of the European tour guides kept reminding me how lucky I was to come out on a day with amazing views. All I could do was agree. Yes I’m very lucky. Anyone who gets to go heli-skiing is lucky, let alone on a fabulous blue sky day up in the alpine.

After our first two runs, we stuck to skiing in the alpine areas to make the most of the fabulous day. The packed powder was soft and it sure beat resort skiing hands down. It seemed effortless because I didn’t have to edge my skis, and I contemplated how incredibly happy I’d be if I never had to edge ever again.

It was great being with European skiers as they really appreciate powder conservation. I laughed at one guy who wasn’t going to waste an inch of powder and skied down right next to the guide’s tracks, so close that they were only a couple of inches away. In complete contrast, one of the snowboarders sometimes flat lined it down the slope and “ruined” the pretty “S’s” pattern left in the snow. That snowboarder was not getting good value for money in regards to how many turns he was getting for the day!

As we skied down to a sunny spot for lunch, I further appreciated the magnificent weather of the day. The sun was shining up in the alpine area whilst the sea of clouds remained hanging down in the valley. The lunch of soup and sandwiches was nice but nothing too gourmet. However after my gastronomically fantastic experiences at the Hillcrest hotel, any food would seem plain. But hey, with views like this, who needs gourmet food?

The fifth and last run of the day was a long jaunt down past the Selkirk Lodge. The amount of skiing for the day had been just perfect. I was pleasantly weary without being exhausted. When we returned to the day lodge, I partook in a little après with my fellow heli-skiers. Even though English wasn’t the first language spoken by most people, it just didn’t matter. Everyone had big grins on their faces, and smiling conveys happiness in any language. Cheers, or is that prost or salute?!

Not what I'd hoped for

Andrew Heggie
30/05/2018
  • Recommend
  • Would Revisit
  • Rider Type
    Skier
  • Rider Age
    51-65
  • Rider Ability
    Advanced
  • Country
    Australia
  • Month:
    January
  • Admin Rating
    3

Not what I'd hoped for

Andrew Heggie
30/05/2018
Unfortunately Mother Nature was not on our side. We had too much snow, yep that's right too much snow and it came in too quickly and was too warm creating a serious avalanche risk in the higher alpine areas. This meant that the helicopters could not go up into the high country and so we were stuck skiing trees for three days. Following in other skiers tracks through ever tightening trees is not my idea of a heli-ski trip. The snow was very deep (waist deep in places) but heavy and hard work as the weather was too warm - only just below freezing. I think I got 3-4 great turns in on deep, untracked snow in three days. Not worth it in my opinion. Having said that, I can't blame the Selkirk Tangiers outfit for the weather and I'll probably do it again some day.

Bucket list

Rick Controy
30/01/2017
  • Recommend
  • Would Revisit
  • Rider Type
    Skier
  • Rider Level
    Advanced
  • Rider Age
    51-70
  • Rider Country
    Revelstoke
  • Month Visited:
    February

Bucket list

Rick Controy
30/01/2017
Living in Atlanta requires an airplane ride to ski. Didn't start skiing until 49 and turning 70 I love it. With 69 ski resorts under my belt having powder days was few and far between. Have a few cat ski days under my belt so it was time to reach another level. Made the trip with my expert skier brother n law and tangiers did the rest. Great trip out of Revelstoke !! Cudo's to all.

Great Company, Well Organised

Stuart Esnouf
16/06/2015
  • Recommend
  • Would Revisit
  • Rider Type
    Skier
  • Rider Level
    Expert
  • Rider Age
    18-35
  • Rider Country
    Australia

Great Company, Well Organised

Stuart Esnouf
16/06/2015
Unfortunately during our stay we did not get a great deal of snow (Feb 2015) however the guides were able to find some breathtaking terrain on various glaciers. We had stunning weather and the quality of the skiing was fantastic.

Every aspect of this company runs smoothly. We had no hiccups or delays, the equipment was good, the guides great as well.
 
Would recommend these guys purely because of their ability to do a well organised two day heli trip package.

Awesome everything

Stacey
06/03/2014
  • Recommend
  • Would Revisit
  • Rider Type
    Skier
  • Rider Level
    Expert
  • Rider Age
    36-50

Awesome everything

Stacey
06/03/2014
From the reservation through avalanche / beacon training, to guides and of course the powder, everything was beyond my expectations with Selkirk Tangiers.

Day heli "no frills" option offered perfect flexibility and an outstanding powder day that none of us will forget. I was very impressed with the professionalism of the guides along with their personable nature that kept everyone laughing and safe. Even the helicopter pilot left an excellent impression. We never waited for the heli and the scheduling was seamless even running 3 groups per chopper. It was evident that the guides care about the guests, the company and the terrain they took us through. They did their best to match skill levels and I wanted to thank them for this. While juggling skill levels, weight and capacity, our crew ended up with a photographer which was the cherry on top of the trip. Lunch was good and the hot tea was a welcome treat I started looking forward to.

We will be back! Thanks!

Oh Yeah, STHS was good!

Bob Legasa
18/01/2014
  • Recommend
  • Would Revisit
  • Rider Type
    Skier
  • Rider Level
    Expert
  • Rider Age
    51-70

Oh Yeah, STHS was good!

Bob Legasa
18/01/2014
It's pretty obvious why I keep going back to Selkirk Tangiers Heli Skiing year after year. The terrain, guides and snow are the best of the best. On my recent trip last week I was blown away once again on just how big and diverse their tenure is, now mix in the fact they get about 40-60 feet of snow per year. It's a no brainer why I have been visiting STHS almost every year since 1989. Yeah, it's that good.

For starters the Hillcrest Resort is a gorgeous, comfortable place to lay your head at night. Breakfasts and dinner at the Hillcrest are awesome. After an epic day of heli-shredding the Selkirks and Monashees slip into the Hillcrest's Mountain Guides Lounge for a local brew from Mt Begbie Brewery. Lot's of great stories being told here.

From low angle riding for the first time heli skier to steeps that will make a Billy Goat cringe STHS has the terrain. One of my favorite places is ski are in the cut blocks where the stumps build up with snow creating fun diving boards.

https://vimeo.com/84222752

It's that good!

Oh Yeah, STHS was good!

Bob Legasa
18/01/2014
  • Recommend
  • Would Revisit
  • Rider Type
    Skier
  • Rider Age
    36-50
  • Rider Ability
    Expert
  • Country
    USA
  • Month:
    February
  • Admin Rating
    5

Oh Yeah, STHS was good!

Bob Legasa
18/01/2014
It's pretty obvious why I keep going back to Selkirk Tangiers Heli Skiing year after year. The terrain, guides and snow are the best of the best. On my recent trip last week I was blown away once again on just how big and diverse their tenure is, now mix in the fact they get about 40-60 feet of snow per year. It's a no brainer why I have been visiting STHS almost every year since 1989. Yeah, it's that good.

For starters the Hillcrest Resort is a gorgeous, comfortable place to lay your head at night. Breakfasts and dinner at the Hillcrest are awesome. After an epic day of heli-shredding the Selkirks and Monashees slip into the Hillcrest's Mountain Guides Lounge for a local brew from Mt Begbie Brewery. Lot's of great stories being told here.

From low angle riding for the first time heli skier to steeps that will make a Billy Goat cringe STHS has the terrain. One of my favorite places is ski are in the cut blocks where the stumps build up with snow creating fun diving boards.

https://vimeo.com/84222752

It's that good!

Words cannot expense, I mean express!!!

Greg
22/10/2012
  • Recommend
  • Would Revisit
  • Rider Type
    Skier
  • Rider Level
    Expert
  • Rider Age
    18-35

Words cannot expense, I mean express!!!

Greg
22/10/2012
Absolutely loved everything - soooo much fun! This is a must if you are a serious skier. You have to try it at least once! The ONLY issue... Very expensive. If I could I would go every day, but the problem basically just comes down to money.

The guides are friendly the service is terrific the chopper is cool and awesome, the snow is to die for, everything is great... Just not so much the prices.

Speaking more of the prices... I don't like that if you book your ride and due to weather your skiing is limited that you do not get any kind of money back or a credit of some kind. I have a hard time paying so much money knowing that I may not get the full experience. But then again, I guess that's just the name of the game and I would assume it's the same anywhere else.

Pros: The time of your life.... So much fun! Most amazing snow. Great tour guides. They ensure your safety. Professional from start to finish.

Cons: Just so expensive.

Best suited for: Expert skiers or non-experts who are looking for a thrill. Just because you're skiing back country does not mean you have to be an expert.

*******NOTE:I just want to say as well regarding the expense... What else do you/can I expect... After all, you're riding in a helicopter all day being toured around the back country by expert tour guides. I mean... You can't expect that to be inexpensive... They've got costs to cover.

I just feel like I need to say that to be clear I'm not ripping on the organization for being expensive. It just the name of the game... Chopper costs and tour guides must be so expensive. I just wish it weren't of course :)

Great Trip with STH

Jason
20/10/2012
  • Recommend
  • Would Revisit
  • Rider Type
    Skier
  • Rider Level
    Expert
  • Rider Age
    36-50

Great Trip with STH

Jason
20/10/2012
We have now had the pleasure of heli-skiing with Selkirk Tangiers on two different occasions, in February 2011 and March 2012. Both experiences were really great. On our trip in March 2012, we had quite possibly the best ski day of our lives, thanks to Selkirk Tangiers. The conditions were just right, bluebird and a good deal of recent snowfall in the previous days. The guides at Selkirk Tangiers are well trained, and a very friendly bunch. Their tenure is huuuuuuge. Just looking at their tenure map is mindboggling. Our group had skiers and boarders of different skill levels, and everyone came away satisfied. I am an advanced/expert level skier, and my wife is a strong intermediate, and we both came away with a super day.

Pros: 1) Close proximity to RMR, 2) Great terrain and huge tenure, 3) Friendly knowledgeable guides that are very safety concious, 4) Amazing snow, 5) Epic alpine runs

Cons: 1) Heli pick-up point is a bit of a drive from their base lodge (20 minutes)

STHS

Bob Legasa
10/10/2012
  • Recommend
  • Would Revisit
  • Rider Type
    Skier
  • Rider Level
    Expert
  • Rider Age
    51-70

STHS

Bob Legasa
10/10/2012
Helicopter rides, cold smoke and continual face shots are just another typical day of riding with Selkirk Tangiers Heli skiing in Revelstoke, Britsh Columbia.

Revelstoke is world renowned among powder skiers and it’s no wonder since winter storm cycles consistently dump bucket loads of some the lightest, driest snow in this zone. With an annual snowfall of 40-60 feet per year it’s no wonder Selkirk Tangiers made Revelstoke their base of operations.

STHS has been offering up the goods for powder enthusiasts for over 30 years. STHS gets you deep into some of the most scenic and rugged mountains in North America, the Selkirks and Monashee’s. This ideal combination of terrain and snowfall makes STHS tenure some of the worlds best heli skiing and with over 500,000 acres of terrain and over 200 established runs on glaciers, bowls and treed areas make STHS an incredible adventure.

STHS has a few different helicopters to ski out of, for more intimate groups of up to 4 skiers you can fly in the A-Star or if you have a big group of friends you can ride in the bigger bird, a Bell 205 which holds 10 skiers and two guides.

Revelstoke is a either a 5 to 6 hour drive north of Spokane or West from Calgary. Heli skiing is definitely something you need to do at least once in your lifetime. Go get some!

Selkirk Tangiers

16/07/2010

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  • Recommend
  • Would Revisit
  • Rider Type
    Skier
  • Rider Age
    36-50
  • Rider Ability
    Expert
  • Country
    Australia
  • Month:
    January
  • Admin Rating
    4

Selkirk Tangiers

16/07/2010
Selkirk Tangiers provides heli skiing in the Mecca of heli skiing – Revelstoke – where legends abound regarding the steep and deep.

One of the main advantages of Selkirk Tangiers is that the multi-day packages provide great value for money relative to other Canadian operators (including others with a 1:11 guide to guest ratio). Other pros include: minimal down days; a good mix of alpine and tree skiing; and great snow with quality and quantity (it scores 4.5 out of 5). Unfortunately when we went out it was neither steep nor deep because we were primarily in the alpine where the snow had been a little exposed and avalanche risk was of concern. But hey you can’t have steep and deep all the time!

One potential con is the large guest to guide ratio for the multi-day trips considering that most other Revelstoke operators have small group heli skiing, although this large ratio is pretty common across other parts of Canada (e.g. CMH etc).

For more detailed ratings of Selkirk Tangier heli skiing and to see how it compares to other cat skiing around the world, see our Powderhounds heli ski ratings.

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16/07/2010

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    Skier
  • Rider Level
    Advanced
  • Rider Age
    36-50

Selkirk Tangiers

16/07/2010
Selkirk Tangiers provides heli skiing in the Mecca of heli skiing – Revelstoke – where legends abound regarding the steep and deep. Selkirk Tangiers is the only heli ski operator in the area to provide the flexibility to undertake a multi-day package (of 3, 4, 6 or 7 days in length) or just get a taste of heli skiing with a single day package. The latter is ideal for those who want to also sample cat skiing and resort skiing at Revelstoke.

One of the main advantages of Selkirk Tangiers is that the multi-day packages provide great value for money relative to other Canadian operators (including others with a 1:11 guide to guest ratio). Other pros include: minimal down days; a good mix of alpine and tree skiing; and great snow with quality and quantity (it scores 4.5 out of 5). Unfortunately when we went out it was neither steep nor deep because we were primarily in the alpine where the snow had been a little exposed and avalanche risk was of concern. But hey you can’t have steep and deep all the time!

One potential con is the large guest to guide ratio for the multi-day trips considering that most other Revelstoke operators have small group heli skiing, although this large ratio is pretty common across other parts of Canada (e.g. CMH etc).

For more detailed ratings of Selkirk Tangier heli skiing and to see how it compares to other cat skiing around the world, see our powderhounds cat and heli ratings.
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Selkirk Tangiers - Day Heli Skiing DETAILS
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REVELSTOKE DAY HELI SKIING
3, 5 or 10 Runs

Location: Canada | Tour Focus: Guided | Terrain Focus: Backcountry
Ability: Strong Intermediate to Expert
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Selkirk Tangiers offer some of the best value heli skiing on the planet; how can you afford not to try it! The 3-run Powder Excursion package is the perfect intro for heli virgins whilst the 5-run Powder Adventure package is for advanced riders, or the 10-run Expedition across 2 days is for those who are addicted. More
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REVELSTOKE MULTI-DAY HELI SKIING
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Location: Canada | Tour Focus: Guided | Terrain Focus: Backcountry
Ability: Strong Intermediate to Expert
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When 1 day just isn't enough; these multi-day packages could be your ticket to powder paradise. This packages include accommodation, meals, daily transfers to the staging area and more. 3, 5, & 6 day packages available for individuals and/or private groups. More
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REVELSTOKE HELI SKIING
From 3 Days Heli | 4 Nights Lodging

Location: Canada | Tour Focus: Guided | Terrain Focus: Backcountry
Ability: Strong Intermediate to Expert
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Small group (max 4-5 guests per helicopter) multi-day Revelstoke heli skiing packages include accommodation, meals, daily transfers to the staging area and more. 3, 5 & 6 day packages available for individuals and/or private groups. More
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