Skeena Heliskiing

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Skeena Heliskiing was founded in 2004 and is the 2nd largest Heliskiing mountain range in North America with over 8,250 km2.

The Skeena Mountain range is one of the few Heliskiing areas that offers a huge diversity of terrain for all abilities of skier and snowboarder. From the high vertical slopes with extreme steeps to the more gentle powder bowls and sweeping glades, as well as an abundance of tree skiing providing more Heliskiing opportunities in bad weather.

Located only 3 hours from Vancouver, Skeena can be accessed by direct flight to Smithers (1½ hr flight from Vancouver) and a 1½ hr drive to your accommodation.

The Exclusive “The Cliffs at Kispiox River” lodge offers clients quality accommodation and is only 5 minutes by helicopter to your first run.

Skeena uses B2 or Bell 407 helicopters that allow them to access the best of our terrain in most conditions, from landing amongst the trees to the top of shoots.

UIAGM or ACMG certified and experienced guides, their helicopters cater to a maximum of 2 groups of 5 guests with 1 guide per group of 5.

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