TQH heli-ski Canada is totally exclusive remote Northwest BC Canada heli-ski experience. Every run is fresh tracks, every day – Only two down days in five years! One or two small groups share the helicopter. Awesome skiing, scenery, snow and experience.
Heli-Ski Canada Location :
Northwest Corner of British Columbia, 35 miles North of Juneau, Alaska.
Tulsequah Heli-Ski Canada is totally exclusive, accessed by helicopter or ski plane, with a maximum of ten guests. Every run is fresh tracks, every day. Only two down days in five years! Awesome skiing, scenery, snow and experience.
Heli-Ski Canada Packages Offered:
7 day heliski packages all inclusive with the exception of alcohol
Price of Extra Vertical:
$ 80 per 1,000 meters
15 meters on the ground
Minimum age requirement:
Level of skiing/snowboarding required for first timers:
Good ability on the ski hill. From first time heliskiers to expert
1-5 skiers in one lift; or 6-10 skiers in two lifts
950 meters per run on average. Longest run 1500 meters
Closest Major Airport:
Juneau, Alaska (connect through Seattle, WA)
Heli-Ski Canada Packages Include:
Guarantee of 24,000 meters, and everything except alcohol
AS 350 B2 or AS 350 B3
Heli-Ski Canada Terrain :
From first time heliskiers to expert. 3200 square miles
Maximum number of guests:
5 guests with the option of booking 10, if they come as a group
Powder skis required:
Tulsequah provides powder skis. Snowboarders need to bring their own snowboards.
Hotels recommended for pre & post accommodation:
The best time to arrive:
Arrive in Juneau the night before if possible.
Why Heli-Ski Canada with Us:
In business since 1995; Tulsequah Heliskiing since 2000. Accreditation of Guides UIAMG heliski guides and or 15 years experience. TQH offers the ability to ski 35,000 meters! Tulsequah Heliskiing is all about quality and the quantity is a given. Without a doubt it is one of the best heli-ski Canada terrains in the world if not the best. A remote mountain lodge access is only by air, so it may not be for everyone. The scenery is second to none as is the terrain.