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- Thursday January 9, 2014
Why flexible scheduling is great when planning a heliskiing vacation
Care free Heli Skiing is all about balance.
Many of our guests have very busy lives, whether it be running a large organization, managing a busy business or balancing a life of work and family. I have heard on many occasions that "life is a balancing act," where priorities are weighed and measured and important matters are dealt with first.So how does one get to balance all of that work with a bit of play? Of course when I say play, I really mean helicopter skiing in the BC Selkirk mountain range!It all comes down to flexibility in scheduling and in our case at Great Canadian Heli Skiing, it is all about offering ski start days that accommodate our guests hurried lives. In an industry that typically offers week long ski vacations with set start and stop days, Great Canadian Heli Skiing stands out in the crowd. We offer flexible packages that suit our guests needs because we know that by accommodating their work and family lives, they will be able to spend quality time on the mountains worry free. Our guests can choose from a 2 to 6 day package and some have been known to stay even longer, but the most important fact is that they can choose a time period that fits their schedule. We have a great success record of being able to get someone on the mountain on the day of their preference.Just take a look at what our guests think:"I chose Great Canadian Skiing because it is so flexible for my schedule and easy to get to. When I fly in from Japan, I want to get onto the slopes as soon as possible and that happens here.
"- H. Y. Japan"I was able to ski 1 day and 1 day off. I asked for a flexible package that would allow my body to recover between skiing periods. Great Canadian Heli Skiing provided me with the opportunity to ski a day and then rest in my great room for a day
." S. K. - Canada"Wunderbar! I have skied my whole life and I have never seen this. Deane organized everything for me, we went Catskiing, then Kicking Horse, then Heli skiing....Thank you Deane!
" -M. S. Germany