- Dave Treadway at Great Canadian Heli Skiing
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Interested in heliskiing this La Nina winter? Contact us and we can send you a free Info Pack. Never been before? We can answer all your questions. Experienced heliskier? We can tell you why you’d LOVE rippin the pow with us. Drop us a line!
Great Canadian Heliskiing offers the BEST in heli-skiing:
– Small groups of 4
– Vertical illimité (no extra vert charges after 100,000pi)
– Flexible itineraries: start any day – Only 4hrs from Calgary, no extra or transfers required
– Average of only 2 down days a SEASON
– 14 metres annual snowfall.
Facebook: Great Canadian Héli-Ski (Official Page).
Awesome pix from Jordan Manley Photography! Stoked to see several photos taken here at Great Canadian Héli-Ski (Official Page) made the cut for the OnTheSnow Photo Gallery. Featuring Rossignol athletes Daryl Treadway and his bro Dan Treadway in my all-time favourite photos.
Click here to see the Gallery.
Powder shots! From Jordan Manley of the Treadway brothers while at Great Canadian Heliskiing.
The Ride Guide, the ski and snowboard TV show that is shown in 60 countries and 60 million households paid us a visit in January in order to film the amazing conditions and terrain in our vast tenure.
The show features local Golden boy Justin Baun and Leah Evans from Rossland, C.-B.. In the summer Justin fights fires and in winter he rides for the Ride Guide. Leah competes in international free-skiing competitions and manages her own company: www.girlsdoski.com. Girls Do Ski offers 2 day camps for women interested in improving their skiing and who want to learn to ski the whole mountain, not just the groomers. Its a perfect way to warm up for heli-skiing! For a short article on the trip go here.
You can watch the 2 part episode on notre page Facebook (sign up and become a GCH fan!) or on our YouTube channel.