If you want to heliski Alaska terrain but you don’t want down days, you go with Last Frontier Heliskiing. The biggest problem with heli-skiing in Alaska = many down days due to bad weather. The biggest advantage of heli-skiing on the edge of Alaska with Last Frontier Heliskiing = Very few down days due to their fantastic tree skiing terrain. […]
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Last week, we spent 4 days with Last Frontier Heliskiing at their Ripley Creek Lodge in Stweart, BC, Canada – one block from Hyder, AK. There are few places on Earth that hold this much raw, natural beauty. We flew through sunny skies, revealing spectacular vistas at every turn. The terrain here is rugged, snow-plastered, and glacier-hewn. We skied 7 different zones that […]
Report from March 19th, 2019 Yesterday, we experienced another brilliant, sunny day with Last Frontier Heliskiing via their Ripley Creek Lodge in Stewart, BC. The terrain up here is impressive. Big, long, jagged, endless terrain. The views from the helicopter and from standing on the high peaks were stunning yesterday. Last Frontier Heliskiing has the largest heliski tenure on Earth […]
Report from March 18th, 2019 Yesterday, we skied with Last Frontier Heliskiing from their Ripley Creek Lodge in Stweart, BC – one block from Hyder, AK. We flew through sunny skies, revealing spectacular vistas at every turn. The terrain here is rugged, snow-plastered, and glacier-hewn leading anyone to understand that they are on a true adventure about 1 million miles away […]
Ok, so maybe I’m longing for winter a little. First, it’s been hot here. So hot, in fact, that much of the province is under an extreme fire danger rating. Second, all I seem to see on social media these days are reports and videos of people shredding never ending deep pow in South America and New Zealand. So I’m in the mood to ski. That deep seated, powder addiction has crept back to the surface of my consciousness. Because of that, I thought I would feed that fire a little for anyone contemplating a life in the mountains, away from their office job, where they can ski every day.
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 5 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 This place is big, it’s remote, they get a ton of snow, and the terrain is world class. This video leaves us drooling. 960″ inches […]
Last Frontier Heliskiing has the largest heli skiing tenure on Earth. It’s over 9,000 square kilometers (that’s 3,500 square miles). That’s a lot. That’s even bigger than Squaw, people. Last Frontier is located deep in British Columbia where they rule the roost. This video above is there 2015 promo video that gives a strong understanding of exactly what they do. They place is plush, they have two lodges, and you can ski from lodge to lodge. Last Frontier represents the good life. The good heli skiing life, that is. […]