Single and multi-day heli-ski packages in the Selkirk and Purcell Mountain ranges, known for dry powder and consistent temperatures. We fly in the A-star with seating for four skiers/boarders. All facing forward, so you can enjoy the ride up as much as you ski down. This powerful agile helicopter allows us to reach the highest peaks in the region with runs from just under ten thousand feet.
Stellar HeliSkiing is located at the north end of Kootenay Lake, nestled high on the Selkirk and Purcell mountain ranges. Stellar HeliSkiing has opened a wonderland of big-mountain terrain for your heliskiing and snowboarding pleasure. Rugged, magnificent peaks cleft a jagged skyline above the glacial lake, and it’s all within reach of our A-star helicopter. Choose from daily, weekend or multi day heliskiing packages to create the heliskiing adventure that’s perfect for you.
On the north end of Kootenay Lake, near the town of Kaslo BC, in the Selkirk and Prucell Mountains.
Terrain to suit every heliskier, including bowls, chutes and open and protected tree skiing.
A-Star AS 350
Standard Packages Offered:
1, 2, 3, 4 Day Packages
600 cm of snowfall
Minimum age requirement:
Level of skiing/snowboarding required for first timers:
Skiers and boards should be advanced intermediate to expert. Able to ski all black diamond runs.
How guests arrive:
Shuttle can be arranged from the airport or rental vehicle
Whitewater resort and cat skiing alternatives for down days, as well as Ainsworth Hot Springs.
Closest Major Airport:
Castlegar BC, or Spokane Wa
Professional ski guiding sevices, Transciever, and safety pack, Three groumet meals per day, shuttle service to and from staging areas
Price of Extra Vertical:
$110 per extra run
Maximum number of guests:
Powder skis required:
Hotels recommended for pre & post accommodation:
There are several B&B in the area to choose from. Wing Creek Cabins Resort small private cabins. Several choices of accommodations, from five star deluxe private cabins to standard hotels.
The best time to arrive:
1. Amazing high alpine terrain ( and lots of it)
2. Large tenure with many new runs to be explored
3. Run length (longest run so far 5000’)
4. Higher peaks means better snow ( Mt. Brennon 9800’)
5. Consistent temperatures, cold dry powder
6. Availability, Stellar has many of the days or weeks open for booking