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Last Frontier Heli-Skiing

Why heli-ski with Last Frontier?

Last Frontier Heli-skiing has been a major force in the world of heli-skiing for many years. Their area is nestled between the Skeena and Coast Range of mountains and offers the perfect location to heli ski. The heli skiing lodges are located on the border with Alaska and give you access to 2.2 million acres of untouched terrain. This is the largest single heliski area on the planet. They have access to an almost limitless amount of challenging terrain both above and below treeline. With 100% small group helicopter skiing the experience is guaranteed to leave you in awe.

What are the lodgings like?

There are two distinct heli-skiing locations to choose from. Both offer epic heli-skiing and heli-snowboarding experiences in some of the wildest terrain in BC.

Bell 2 Lodge

  • - Small groups, small helicopters and BIG terrain
  • - Based from a custom-built heliski village
  • - 4, 5 and 7 day tours
  • - Only 3 groups of 5 guests per Bell 407 or A-Star B2 helicopter

Located at 1900ft (600 meters) and once a basic service station for travellers on their way to the Alaska and the Yukon, Bell 2 Lodge is now a modern heli-ski village. With satellite communication and state of the art environmental facilities, it offers the comforts of a first class hotel with a rustic touch of the Canadian wild. The dining room, lounge and bar act as the focal point for skiing and snowboarding stories to be shared. Guests are accommodated in log chalets, located approximately 100 meters from the lodge. All rooms have a private bathroom, fireplace, two queen size beds or one king size bed with down duvets.

Ripley Creek

  • - BIG terrain, BIG vertical and world class tree skiing
  • - The base is the Ripley Creek Inn in Stewart, a small frontier town on the border with Alaska
  • - Operating costs are lower here than in a remote location like Bell 2 Lodge which enables Last Frontier to offer tours at a lower price
  • - 4, 5 and 7 day tours
  • - Only 3 groups of 5 guests per Bell 407 or A-Star B2 helicopter

Based in Stewart, a little old mining town on the border to Alaska. The terrain is exciting and offers long runs on glaciers and in open bowls as well as some of the most spectacular tree runs anywhere. The inn is home to both guests and staff with meals served just across the street at the Bitter Creek Café. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms, queen size beds with down duvets, telephones and TVs. The Bitter Creek Café has an historic feel with a bistro style menu. You’re assured of some fine eclectic cuisine and for those who are keen, some sensational seafood.

How much heli-skiing can I do?

At either lodge you can book a 7, 5 or 4 day tours including guaranteed vertical footage & only 3 groups of only 5 guests per small helicopter, 2 helicopters (A-Star B2 or Bell 407) All tours include - guaranteed vertical feet (See Below), Accommodation with en-suite bathroom, All meals, Guide Services (A.C.M.G. or U.I.A.G.M. certified), Powder skis and poles, Avalanche transceivers and ABS Airbags, Ground transfers between Smithers or Terrace and the Lodge

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