Since the lodge’s inception, the operation and your guides have been a pioneering force in Canadian heliskiing. Any guests considering a trip to Bell 2 should be seasoned all mountain skiers or riders with a solid history of enjoying the mountains and backcountry.
Small groups, small helicopters and BIG terrain all based from a custom-built heli-ski village, sum up the experience at Bell 2. With a maximum of only 3 groups of 5 guests per Bell 407 or A-Star B2 helicopter, waiting times are almost non-existent.
Massive terrain, the largest expanse of any operator in Canada, offers limitless options. Huge glacial terrain, evenly-spaced trees and steep lines are stacked endlessly through this vast wilderness. Their accessible region is nearly 70 times larger than all Colorago ski areas combined.
Teton Gravity, Salomon, Poor Boyz and Match Stick Productions have made pilgrimages to Bell 2 to film in this magnificant region of Northern Canada, and their productions are proof of what’s possible.
Expect to land high in the alpine and have runs end well below tree line, deep in the valley floors.
Bell 2 Lodge is a modern heli-ski village with offering the comforts of a first class hotel with a rustic touch of the Canadian wild. Guests are accommodated in log chalets, located approximately 100 meters from the lodge. All rooms have a private bathroom, fireplace, two queen size beds or 1 king bed both with down duvets.
Enjoy a Jacuzzi/hot tub, sauna or massage from the resident masseuse after a day’s skiing. For dining you will be treated to a diverse and appetizing menu that will excite any palate. Capacity of 30 guests.
If weather conditions are unfavorable for flying, you can strap on a pair of snowshoes and explore the Bell Irving River Valley. With a little luck, you may spot a moose, wolf or other animals that frequent this area during the winter season.
1. Small groups of 5 guests per Bell 407 or A-Star B2 helicopter
2. Only 3 groups per helicopter
3. The largest single heli skiing area on the planet- Access to over 2.2 million acres of terrain!
4. Excellent late season heliskiingReservation Request
|Skeena and Northern Coastal Mountains
|2,208,000 acres - 300 + runs
|2,000 ft - 8,500 ft
|@ 5,200 ft - 780 to 1,200 inches
|Mix of high-alpine drop-offs and mind boggling tree runs
|Rates & Schedules
|Packages starting at $6,670 for 4 days & $8,990 for 7 days per person