Are you trying to decide which heliskiing operation to choose? Do we sound all the same after awhile?? Bien, here’s what people who have been heli skiing in Canada with us have said:
“Other than the vertical illimité, the convenience of the location, petits groupes, A Star helicopters…..what can I say? I have heli-skied all over Canada at various operations over the last 23 years. What it all comes down to for me is DID I HAVE FUN? Undeniably, at GCH, I can answer that question with a yes every time! I want to leave at the end of a trip tired, but happy, and with the desire to come back. All four trips I had with your operation this year, I had a blast, and that is the bottom line. What defined a perfect winter for me this year was what took place on my skis; GCH made that happen. I will be back, and I can’t wait”! Tom, Reno, Nevada.
“After skiing 11 weeks with various heli-skiing companies over the past ten years, I now ski exclusively with Great Canadian. Everything there is first-class: Terrain, guides, weather, helicopter, food. Why would I go elsewhere?” Jon, Seattle, Washington.
“Bien, I’m up to 40 some odd days at GCH in the last 4 years and as I was driving in for my last week I was thinking “man you are a creature of habit going to the same heli operation time after time; maybe you should try someplace new next time”. By lunch on the first day I dismissed that thought. By the end of the week, I was signed up for another trip. The snow was magic, the guides did their usual awesome job, flying was too cool as always and the food simply the best. AND… we skied 175,000 vertical feet in 6 days of non stop deep stuff. I should mention that we have had a total of 3 hours downtime in 40 plus days at GCH. I ski Alta Utah roughly 80 days a year and I always get my fair share of the goods. People ask me why go heli skiing when you have what you’ve got at home. I tell them all that Alta is like driving a great sports car on a mountain road, GCH is like racing a Porsche race car on a great road racing track… amp it up!” Harry the Dreamer, SLC, Utah.
“Was very impressed with the guides. Very clear they take a continuous improvement attitude to their work and have a high level of mutual respect. I appreciated learning about slope cutting and avalanche risk management. Guides clearly take an “owners’ attitude” to the slopes (cutting branches etc., improving the runs) Impressed with how long they have been with the operation. Speaks well of your org!” Don, Calgary, Alberta.