Last Frontier Heliskiing

Last Frontier Heliskiing’s once-in-a-lifetime offer allows Canadian ski enthusiasts to put a fully refundable $1,000 deposit down to secure booking in the event that international borders remain closed for the upcoming ski season.

Last Frontier Heliskiing

The offer is available to Canadians as long as international borders remain closed. If borders open to international travelers, Last Frontier will return deposits to Canadians who have booked a trip and usual operations will resume. Canadians interested in booking a potential trip with Last Frontier Heliskiing will be required to put a fully refundable $1,000 deposit down to reserve their spot.

Last Frontier Heliskiing

The company currently plans to operate out of their Bell 2 Lodge, with capacity for 24 to 36 skiers per week during their January to March peak season, so spots will be limited.

Visit Last Frontier online for details and reservations.

Last Frontier Heliskiing

About Last Frontier Heliskiing

In 1996, founding partners George Rosset, Franz Fux, Mike Watling and Geoff Straight set out to explore uncharted mountain ranges in Norther BC, Canada and make first descents in what would become Last Frontier Heliskiing. Today the company operates two remote lodges and boasts the world’s largest heliskiing area, with 10,100 square kilometers of terrain located in Northern BC, just south of the Alaskan border. The company’s skiable terrain receives an annual bounty of 15 to 25 meters of snow, has 1,000+ named runs that includes high alpine, massive glaciers, sprawling tree runs and everything in between. 

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