Last Frontier Heliskiing

Last Frontier Heliskiing offers a ski holiday of a lifetime. With guaranteed 100% small groups, the heli-skiing is set in the vast untouched wilderness and boasts unrivaled snow conditions. Rip through deep blankets of powder surrounded by awe inspiring peaks in the largest single heli-skiing area on the planet!

Overview

Founded in 1996, Last Frontier Heliskiing is one of the premier heli skiing destinations in the world. Adventure skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts travel from around the globe to experience Last Frontier’s unmatched combination of massive snowfalls, reliable snowpack and diverse terrain. From pristine glaciers to perfectly spaced trees, Last Frontier has something for everyone. Since it operates out of the single largest heliski area in the world, Last Frontier has more available terrain per guest than any other operator proving itself as a beyond ordinary ski holiday destination.

  • Largest heli-skiing area on the planet. Access to over 10,100 km² of terrain.
  • Lodges are your home away from home with a first-class rustic touch of the Canadian wild.
  • Only small group heli-skiing
  • Skiing offers steep ‘n deep, wide open bowls and long free runs.
  • A variety of world-class heli-ski packages to choose from.

Mountain Statistics

Statistics

Top Elevation 2,600 Metres
Base Elevation 600 Metres
Skiable Terrain 2,200,000 Acres
Runs 800
Ave Annual Snowfall 15-25 metres

Trail Maps

Getting There

We fly you into Terrace or Smithers via Vancouver and arrange transfers to the lodge.

Accommodation

Last Frontier offers two great Heli Ski locations: Bell 2 Lodge & Ripley Creek Inn.

Both in British Columbia, Bell 2 Lodge is located 360 km Northwest of Smithers along the Stewart-Cassiar Highway

Ripley Creek Inn is located in Stewart 310km Northwest of Terrace.

Photos courtesy of Last Frontier Heliskiing. Photo credits to © Steve Rosset and Andrew Doran

Gallery

Photos courtesy of Last Frontier Heliskiing. Photo credits to © Steve Rosset, Andrew Doran, Ashley Barker, Dave Silver and Geoff Holman