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Skeena Heliskiing Base Camp, fly in fly out

This heliskiing tour is like no other in the BC heli ski industry.  A fly-in and fly-out heli ski base camp with all necessary amentities that is so remote the only sounds you will hear are those of yourself and wild night that surrounds you!

Skeena Heliskiing launched  Base Camp in 2015 and runs in addition to their main operation based at Bear Claw Lodge.(max of 10) The entire Base Camp is set up at the beginning of each winter and is taken down at the end of the season leaving no trace and nothing behind. All the structures are temporary and set on firmly packed snow.

The location was tested for several years by Skeena Heliskiing and is rated as one of the best heliskiing locations by both guests and guides alike. The first runs are only one minute away from basecamp and there is the option to ski back to Basecamp at the end of the day

Skeena Heliskiing

  • 6 day package for a total of 10 guests
  • January 27 through March 9th
  • $8900 CAD, international travelers save approx 22% SWEET DEAL!

Looking cozy

The tents have a warm and rustic mood with a real Canadian mountain feel. The custom round log beds are configured into two single or can be adapted for couples. Each bed a 100% sheep wool duvet and several pillows providing warm bedding and comfort. There is also a thermostat regulated heater that guests can set to their desired temperature.

  • first runs are visible from the base camp
  • 19 Miles of skiing (30,500 Vert. Mtrs / 100,000 Vert. Ft)
  • 1 UIAGM / ACMG guide per group of 5 guests
  • B2 Helicopter to service 2 groups

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