The Monashee Mountains of British Columbia offers heli-skiing and heli-boarding at its finest. This vast skiing area of over 1,000 sq. kilometers is known for epic record snowfalls and has a huge variety of heli-skiing terrain for you to enjoy; perfectly spaced trees, open bowls and glaciers.
Discover the perfect location deep in the Monashee Mountains where the snow falls and tree skiing are legendary. The emphasis on this heli-skiing program is on the quality and enjoyment of the experience. Whether your group of 4 wants to slow down the pace and savour the moment, or ski some challenging first descents, this is the ultimate BC heli-skiing adventure.
The Monashee Mountains includes Copeland Pass which has held the record for snowfall. Perfectly spaced tree skiing has also made the Monashees famous, as well as spectacular alpine bowls and glaciers with runs up to 2000 metres long. This is comparable to the longest heli-skiing runs anywhere in the world. There is also tree skiing (only minutes from the lodge) and as any seasoned heliskier can vouch, this is a vital part to an outstanding heli-ski vacation. Groups are kept small, with 1 guide per group of 4 skiers and no more than 12 guests at the lodge.
This area is known for remarkably deep snow. Because the west slope of the Monashees is the first mountainous area east of BC's Coast Mountains, they get near-coastal amounts of snow with cooler interior temperatures resulting in the incredibly deep dry powder that heliskiers return for.