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H2O Guides, Valdez Alaska Heli-Skiing

H2O Heli-Ski Guides

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The longest, continuously operating, most committed Valdez heli-skiing operator, H2O

Guides was founded by Dean Cummings who pioneered remote heliski Alaska guiding in the Chugach

Mountains starting in 1991, enabling skiers of all abilities to experience Alaska.   Research,

development, and common bonds shared with guests allow access to 18 interconnected regions,

each Teton Range-sized, within the most impressive snow belt on Earth.   Two flights

connecting daily to Valdez, inclusive packages, four exclusive groups weekly, and the smoothest,

steepest heliski Alaska terrain available.  Now with cat skiing, too.  Nothing compares.

 

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https://sso.securese….net/?app=email&realm=passLocation:  Valdez, Alaska

Airport for Travel:   Valdez Alaska

Terrain Description:  Beginner: 10 percent, Intermediate: 30 percent, Advanced/Expert: 60 percent

 

Valdez Heli-Skiing Standard Packages Offered
3 Day/5 Night (18 runs total)
5 day/7 night (30 runs total)
Now offering cat ski packages, as well.

 

Guest to Guide Ratio 1 Guide to a max of 5 guests

Price of Extra Vertical $175 per run

Private Packages Offered:  7 day private packages available, as well as custom packages

 

Type of Helicopter A Stars

Guests per Lift 5

Lifts per Helicopter 4

Lodging and Dining Description “H2O Guides guests are lodged at the Valdez Harbor Inn overlooking

the iconic Valdez Small Boat Harbor with authentic Alaska ambiance and delicious cuisine. There are several dining options within a short walking distance. ”

Year Founded 1995

Travel from airport H2O Guides provides transportation from the airport, a mere 4 minute drive from the hotel

 

Down Day Activities:   Ice climbing, cat skiing, educational presentations, cross country skiing

What is Unique / Why Us? “We deliver a truly remote backcountry experience within the insanely picturesque

Chugach Mountains—the most spectacular glaciated heli sk iterrain anywhere with Alaska’s deepest snowpack.”