Heliski Alaska Locations
Alaska Heliskiing & Heli-Snowboarding offers more challenge, fewer amenities (typically) and the heliski Alaska season is later than BC Canada. Alaska heli skiing is known for steeper, longer runs and fewer of them per day. It is not recommended to heliski Alaska for your first heliskiing and heli-snowboarding experience. But advanced intermediates can heliski Alaska.
Ready for Alaska Heliskiing?
Compare Alaska Heliskiing to Canadian Heliskiing. But don’t let that discourage you, Alaska heliskiing is awesome! The Alaska heliski terrain is somehow….bigger. It is hard to describe to someone who has not been Valdez heli skiing, Haines Alaska heliski,or other areas for Alaska heli skiing and snowboarding. The steep, Alaska heli skiing is top notch. The climate, weather, and terrain combine to make the snow ‘stick’ to these steep runs. The Alaska heliskiing and heli boarding season is shorter and later than that of Canada. It's best to heliski Alaska late February, March and April.
Most of Alaska heliski and heli-snowboarding is centered around Valdez or Haines, Alaska. Most Alaska heliski operators offer lodging in a motel, with daily shuttles to the helicopter pad. But there are notable exceptions, with lodges or cabins. Check out the interview series Alaska Heli Skiing Operators compare and contrast Valdez Alaska Heli-Skiing and Junea / Haines Alaska Heli-Skiing Alaska.
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Map of Alaska Heliskiing Locations
HELISKI.com represents all of these Alaska Heliskiing operators. Valdez Heli-Skiing, Haines Heli-Skiing and Heli-Snowboarding and more. We are happy to help if you choose to heliski Alaska. Let us know how many in your group, when you would like to go, how many Alaska heliskiing days you want, and anything else about the experience that is important to you.