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Flexible Packages

TAKE A SNOW DAY, OR TWO TO SIX.

Your schedule is our schedule. We offer 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6-day packages that start on every day of the week to make it easier for you to join us.

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YOUR EXPERIENCE

IF OUR GROUPS WERE ANY SMALLER, YOU’D BE FLYING THE HELICOPTER.

Great Canadian Heli-skiing was born in 1988 when a guide and few heli-skiing guests wanted to re-capture the spirit and feeling of adventure lacking from operations whose only goal was to get bigger.

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OUR STORIES

BETTER, NOT BIGGER.

Great Canadian Heli-skiing was born in 1988 when a guide and few heli-skiing guests wanted to re-capture the spirit and feeling of adventure lacking from operations whose only goal was to get bigger.

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Conditions + Terrain

YOU DIDN’T PAY TO GO HELI-SIT-IN-THE-LODGE-ING.

The Purcell and Selkirk ranges are our playground and they offer every type of skiing imaginable; pillows, glades, and wide-open powder fields.

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BOOKING + PLANNING

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO.

Find our location, learn what to bring and check our availability.

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GCH EXPERIENCE

Great Canadian Glading

Rob glading

Glading heli-ski runs actually goes beyond just being a Canadian redneck past time. Our operations Manager, Rob Dalinghaus spends a lot of time choosing the zones to be gladed, administering the paperwork for our application for a license to cut, and following strict guidelines on what type and size of trees that can be cut and how they should be cut. The end result is always worth the effort though. Not only do we create access to runs we also enhance destinations to go heli-skiing when the visibility does not allow us to travel far. Basically it is an investment which pays off in low down days for our guests. Now you know why here at Great Canadian Heli-Skiing we Love our Loggers.

Areas that were Gladed this September:

  • Love a Logger (top section)
  • Malicious (mainline below boulder field) and Twilight Zone
  • Velcro, LH lines and Big “O” (Mid-section to hover down)
  • Smoke (General annoying bits between Smoke 1 and 2)