Black Ops Valdez Alaska Heli Skiing

 

 

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Black Ops Alaska Heli Skiing

Alaska Heli Skiing Black Ops Valdez Lodge

 

Black Ops Offers Unparalleled Alaska Heli Skiing Experiences! 

First Class Alaska Heli Skiing with Deluxe Lodging and Dining at Robe Lake Lodge!  All the best of  Heli Skiing Alaska, Snowcat Skiing, Sled-Skiing, and Snowmobile & Snowcat Tours.

Location:   Keystone Village Heli Base at mile 16 Richardson Highway, Valdez Alaska;

Robe Lake Lodge at 5325 Lake View Drive, Valdez, Alaska 99686

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Airport for Alaska Heli Skiing Travel:     Valdez Airport (or fly to Anchorage then drive to Valdez)

Heli Skiing Alaska Terrain Description:   Located in the middle of the eastern Chugach Mountains, the area is huge, with over 2,500 square miles of mountains and glaciated terrain.  Receiving over 1,000 inches of snow each year and a maritime snowpack, allowing  mellow to extreme terrain to accommodate beginner to expert skiers, snowboarders and snowmobile/snow machine riders.

Standard Alaska Heli Skiing Packages Offered:

# of days, prices, vertical (hours) guaranteed

3 day package – $4,500 (includes 2 Hobbs hours)

4 day package – $6,500 (includes 3 Hobbs hours)

7 day package – $11,000 (includes 5 Hobbs hours)

Single day heli – $1,500

Snowcat and snow machine skiing available:  $350 per person.

 

Guest to Guide Ratio:     4:1 heli; 6:1 snowcat

Price of Extra Vertical:     $1200 per Hobbs hour

Private Alaska Heli Skiing Packages Offered 

Single day Private Heli $12,650 Single day Private Snowcat $1800

Full week Private Heli $71,750

Type of Helicopter           Eurocopter A-Star B-Series 350

Guests per Lift                   4

Lifts per Helicopter        4

Alaska Heli Skiing Lodging and Dining Description

Overlooking Robe Lake, between Valdez and Thompson Pass, the lodge Robe Lake Lodge offers gourmet dinners featuring Alaskan style cuisine.  Enjoy the hot tub or sauna cabin after the best day of heli skiing Alaska in your life.

 

Year Founded:     Black Ops Valdez 2011; Robe Lake Lodge 2009

Travel from airport:   Packages include ground transportation via shuttle bus from the Airport to the Robe Lake Lodge (6 Miles – 10 minutes), and daily from the lodge to our Keystone Village Heli Base (10 Miles – 15 minutes) (include typical travel time)

Down Days per Season:    5

Ski Options on Down Day:   Snowcat skiing, snowmobile (sled) skiing, backcountry touring, cross-country skiing

What is Unique / Why Us?   “Our heli skiing Alaska packages allow for the ultimate freedom, allowing you to help make decisions on how your heli time is spent. Whether it’s flying out deep for some un-ridden peaks, lapping the classic runs close to home, or finding some better weather, it’s up to you.  We won’t make vertical foot or run guarantees.  Bottom-line, you are paying for the helicopter, and with our Hobbs time program, you will always know where your money is spent.

We also offer numerous down day activities including:  Snowcat skiing, snowmobile (sled) skiing, backcountry touring, cross-country skiing, snowmobile tours, ice climbing, shooting, snowshoeing, boat tours, or fishing.

With Black Ops Valdez, not only will you get a first class heli-skiing and heli-snowboarding experience, you will also get to stay in the finest lodging that Valdez has to offer.  Built in 2008, our lodge boasts the newest and most luxurious accommodations in Valdez.  A true Alaskan style log lodge overlooking Robe Lake complete with hot tub, sauna, high speed internet, satellite TV, and all the comforts of home. You will feel relaxed in our comfortable beds, lounging on the sofa, or soaking in the panoramic views.

Heli-skiing clients will also enjoy gourmet dinners including steak and fresh local seafood prepared by our private chef.  We also have a massage therapist who is available upon request.

Alaska Heli Skiing

In Alaska, we don’t ski down a run, we take a journey through a massive mountain range. Runs range from long moderates to steep Alaska spines and ramps. Generally, our pick-ups end on the glacier. A day contains 6 runs and an average of over 20,000 vertical feet per day.

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