Whether you ski or snowboard with Last Frontier Heliskiing, the thrill of travelling far north to the edge of the Alaskan Panhandle is an experience unlike any other.
Getting away from it all is part of the Last Frontier appeal and a primary reason people return time and time again. Far from human settlements, there is the chance to bond with nature and discover endless alpine vistas.
Small groups of only 4 guests and the most experienced heli guides in the world, make it the ultimate heliski adventure. Last Frontier Heliskiing goes to great measures to employ passionate and inspiring individuals.
Whether it’s lodge staff or helicopter pilots, guests are always in good hands. The guides are at the heart of the adventure.
Their cumulative experience, highest level of industry certification and outgoing personalities will have you skiing some of the most breathtaking terrain in the world. Safety is their number one priority and thus all guests are equipped with the latest safety gear.
If you’re looking for the ultimate ski experience, few places compare to the conditions available in British Columbia (BC), Canada.
In fact 95% of the world’s heli skiing is done there. No other place can match the available terrain, snowpack, snowfall and industry resources needed for keeping things safe.
Last Frontier Heliskiing is situated in one of the planet’s great snowbelts. The main reason skiers make the trip to Last Frontier Heliskiing, is to fulfil a hunger for fresh powder.
With the largest single heliski area in the world (4 times larger than the average heliski operation in Canada), the selection of runs is almost limitless within both glaciated and treed terrain.
The Lodging & Accommodation
The remote heliski village combines the rustic charm of traditional log chalets with everyday modern amenities.
Every year guests make the journey from around the world to this escape in the North. Timber fireplaces are found in every room and evening meals are carefully prepared to provide optimal nutrition and energy.
A sauna, hot tub and massage treatments stand by to sooth any potential skiing aches.