The diversity of landscape and culture distinguish the Coast Mountain Range from anywhere else on Earth.
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Category: Bella Coola, BC
Studies by University of British Columbia Okanogan Campus (UBCO) have shown that the Pandemic Heli Ski Shutdown doubled the range of caribou. During the 2020 “anthropause,” when COVID-19 travel restrictions nearly grounded heli-skiing, both movement and mean home-range of the caribou groups increased dramatically compared to years when normal heli ski operations dominated. The anthropause …
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Avalanche Canada is reporting that the snowpack is spooky for much of Western Canada.
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Bella Coola Heli Sports has planted its flag atop the peak at the World Ski Awards yet again, earning a fifth-consecutive nod as the World’s Best Heli Ski Operation and the sole Canadian entry to be singled out for best-in-world status at the ninth annual awards ceremony last week. Bella Coola Heli began helping skiers …
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An update on the lasting impact of the atmospheric rivers
Read more Avalanche Canada: Don’t always trust a robust crust
While there is currently no alternative to carbon-based aircraft fuel available, we are determined to do our part and make a tangible difference, particularly in our home province.
Read more Bella Coola offers World’s First Climate Positive Heliskiing
Mount Waddington, once known as Mystery Mountain, is the highest peak in the Coast Mountains of British Columbia. Although it is lower than Mount Fairweather and Mount Quincy Adams, which straddle the United States border between Alaska and British Columbia, Mount Waddington is the highest peak that lies entirely within British Columbia. It and the …
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“In Search” is a short film covering a skier seeking adventures into deep backcountry zones on skisand is a sweet 10 minutes of Kye’s last seasons ski journeys in the backcountry terrain of Alaska and British Columbia.
Read more Kye Petersen’s “In Search” released