We are humbled and proud to announce HELISKI.com earned Heliskiing Advisor of the Year – Canada 2020, in the Travel and Tourism Awards by Lux Travel Magazine.
Tom Jackson, Chief Powder Officer remarked, “It’s great to be recognized for leading the industry over twenty years. Thousands of heliskiers and heliboarders have taken advantage of our free, expert, objective advice to find the best heli-skiing trip to fit their needs.” Just today I received the following from a client –
“Thanks to you all seven Norwegians had an amazing trip to Canada in January!!! …. was far beyond our expectations. The people, lodge, food, skiing and overall operation was really fantastic.
We all felt welcome and taken care of during our stay, with focus on good skiing all the time. It was important for us to share the experience, so the large helicopter for 10 was important. We all want to go back.
Check out some other testimonials at the bottom of the home page under What Our Clients Say.
HELISKI.com takes pride in finding the best heliskiing trip for any group. Over forty operators and countless options make it a challenge. What’s the best? It depends on the group size, the preferred terrain and snow conditions, the lodge, travel and price. Some prefer unlimited vertical, others like to buy a minimum and pay-as-you-go. Some like the agility and speed of small group heliskiing; while others want to ski as a big group.
Over the years, HELISKI.com developed a series of posts around the Top 10 Criteria to Select a Heliskiing Trip.
Conditions and options vary during the season as well. January is famous for copious snow fall and lots of tree skiing. February gets a little warmer and stability increases. March and April is known for wall to wall sunshine and high alpine terrain, including glaciers and bowls. The days get much longer late in the season, too. Check out this post for more on the best time to go heliskiing.