Last Frontier Heliskiing = 960″ of Snow Annually

D’Arcy McLeish |

Our friends at Last Frontier Heliskiing have released a short feature film entitled The Last Frontier. Shot over a pre-determined five-day period in January of 2013, the film is a real testament to the unique experience of heliskiing in Northern BC. Ski movies often take the best shots over a whole season, but with the The Last Frontier, the time was booked months in advance and offers the viewer what they can expect in a typical ski week at Last Frontier Heliskiing: untracked lines in an undiscovered wilderness.

Last Frontier specializes in small group fun does that look? Photo - Randy Lincks
Last Frontier specializes in small group heliskiing…how fun does that look?
Photo – Randy Lincks

We’re pretty stoked on the film. When we imagine heliskiing, we think of huge mountains in a remote wilderness with ridiculous amounts of snow. With an average annual snowfall of over 80 feet (yep, 80 FEET), Last Frontier Heliskiing definitely fits the snow qualification. Limiting guests to just four per helicopter out of their two remote wilderness lodges in Bell 2 and Stewart, BC, Last Frontier seems to have it dialled when it comes to intimate and epic heliskiing.

So have a look at the video and let your mouth water. Click HERE to visit their video page

last frontier heli ski
Last Frontier Heliskiing
Photo – Dave Silver

Last Frontier Heliskiing – Quick Facts:

  • Single largest heliski tenure on earth at over 9500 square km
  • Unlimited high alpine (glaciated) and tree skiing
  • 25m (82 feet or 960 inches) average annual snowfall
  • 4 guests per helicopter
  • 2 remote lodges at Bell 2 and Stewart, BC
  • Located in Northwestern British Columbia on the edge of the Alaskan Panhandle
  • Sauna, hot tub and massage service

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