Majestic Heli Ski Alaska
Service as Awesome as the Alaska Heli Skiing Terrain
Majestic Heli Ski offers all-inclusive small group Alaska heli ski packages from February through May. “The greatest untracked powder of your life,” Majestic Heliski.
The scale and beauty of the majestic mountains of Alaska is awesome. 1:1 staff to guest ratio, lodge, meals and hospitality are exceptional.
Majestic Heliski offers all-inclusive multi-day and private packages that include skiing/snowboarding, meals, accommodations, airport transportation, skis, and avalanche safety/rescue equipment. They do not host more than sixteen guests at one time! More intimate than with larger operations. World class skiing and snowboarding, dining, accommodations and service are at Majestic Heli Ski.
Majestic Heli Ski Location:
Glacier View, Alaska
Airport for Travel:
Anchorage International Airport
Majestic Heliski Terrain Description:
Over 1.4 Million Acres of Alpine terrain in the famous Chugach Mountains of Alaska.
Majestic Heli Ski Standard Packages Offered
All-inclusive 3,4,5 and 7 Packages
Guest to Guide Ratio
Majestic Heli Ski Private Packages Offered:
Majestic Heli Ski Type of Helicopter:
Majestic Heli Ski Guests per Lift
Lifts per Helicopter 4
Majestic Heliski Lodging and Dining Description
Authentic Alaskan Lodge with private chefs provide gourmet meals in the Chugach Mountains.
Majestic Heli Ski Year Founded 2012
Majestic Heli Ski Travel from airport 2 Hour Drive from Airport to Lodge
Majestic Heliski Down Days per Season: ~ 10
Majestic Heli Ski Down Day Activities: Snowcat, Glacier Tours, Ice Climbing, Snow biking, Cross-Country Skiing, Snowmobiling
What is Unique / Why Majestic Heliski?
“By being located in the interior of the Chugach Mountains Majestic Heli Ski has the most fly-days in Alaska. Our helicopters are steps away from our authentic Alaskan style log lodge. Enjoy 5-star dining at one of the easiest to reach heliski operations. No need for additional flights from Anchorage to reach us, saving travel days and the risk of cancelled flights.”