Few if any other boutique heli-skiing operators offer anything close to this ultra-luxurious, totally exclusive experience. Fly in your own private helicopter all day. Return to your own private luxury chalet at night. Indulge in the pampering and attention of your own private team, including a concierge, massage therapist, chef, pilot, and guides.
Platinum guests can choose to ski in groups of 10 with 2 guides in a Bell 212 helicopter or 4 with 2 guides in a Bell 407 helicopter. And at the end of every spectacular day of enjoying some of the best powder runs on Earth, return to the lap of luxury at Spirit Bear Chalet, located in a private setting adjacent to the main lodge. This comfortably luxurious 9-bedroom wilderness hideaway comes fully equipped for après ski rejuvenation with its own sauna, Jacuzzi and massage room. Curling up round the giant stone fireplace, or soaking up the day’s last rays in the solarium overlooking the lake while your private chef prepares a gourmet feast, it’s hard to imagine wanting to be anywhere else. The TLH Platinum experience is as good as it gets.
To date TLH has in excess of 375 named and mapped runs in an area of 830,000 acres (200 times greater than Vail!). Experience the advantage of skiing or boarding with only one group per helicopter- That means almost no waiting for the helicopter and the ability to ski and board at your pace.
Annual snowfall in the region varies between 16 – 80 feet, with an average snow pack of 5 feet in the east to about 25 feet in places out west. The areas more commonly skiied average 7 – 12 feet of settled snow. The best skiing conditions require an abundance of dry snow, and TLH’s seasoned guides know where all the best stashes are hiding.
1. British Columbia Private Chalet Heliskiing at its finest!
2. Closest destination heli ski operation to both Vancouver and Whistler
3. Ski with one group in the helicopter of your choiceReservation Request
|Mountain Range||South Chilcotin|
|Area||832,000 acres- 375+ runs|
|Skiing Elevation||5,000 ft - 9,500 ft|
|Average Snowfall||@ 5900 ft / 450 to 720 inches|
|Terrain||Mix of high-alpine drop-offs and open skiing to tree runs into the valley bottoms.|