Winter Bucket List: Go on a Northern British Columbia Heliskiing Adventure


Credit: Ashley Barker (CNW Group/Last Frontier Heliskiing)

Interested in going heliskiing this year? Last Frontier Heliskiing is offering exclusive, once-in-a-lifetime, half-price heliskiing offer for Canadians. The offer is available to Canadians as long as international borders remain closed.

Heli-skiing provides the ultimate adrenaline rush! See the mountains and slide through the slopes, bowls, and runs in a whole new way when you start from a helicopter.

Last Frontier Heliskiing offers all-inclusive 4, 5, or 7-day tours. Guests arrive into Vancouver, take a 1.5-hour flight to Smithers and a 4-hour ground transfer through spectacular Skeena mountain scenery to the remote, custom-built Bell 2 Lodge.

Canadians interested in booking a potential trip with Last Frontier Heliskiing will be required to put a fully refundable $1000 deposit down to reserve their spot. The company currently plans to operate out of their Bell 2 Lodge, which has capacity to accommodate 36 skiers per week during their January to mid-April peak season.

As per the company, at 50% off, heliskiing prices become comparable to catskiing, providing attractive options to Canadians who are looking to experience heliskiing for the first time and those who may already been planning to heliski this year. Last FrontierPrices include ground transfer from Smithers, as well as food, accommodation, guide services, ski & snowboard equipment, and safety gear.


What: Heli-skiing in Skeena mountain, Northern BC.

How Much: $1000 fully-refundable deposit for half price skiing ($ 4,690 to $8,190). If the border opens, heliskiing is full price which you can book or get $1000 back.

Where: Skeena Mountains, Northern BC. 4-hour ground transfer from Smithers included in the price.

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