3 to 10 run Heliskiing day trip from Queenstown

3 to 10 run Heliskiing day trip from Queenstown

Activity Snapshot

  • Sport level: from Intermediate to Expert
  • Spoken languages: English
  • Fitness level: from Intermediate to Expert
  • Duration: full day
  • Cancellation policy: 
    flexible1) Cancellation 4 days or more prior to the agreed activity starting date
    → You are automatically refunded for the full activity price

    2) Cancellation between 48 and 96 hours prior to the agreed activity starting date
    → You are entitled to a 50% refund

    3) 48 hours or later are what we call last-minute cancellations
    → No refund will be made
  • Meeting point:
    You will be picked up at your accommodation - please note this must be organised with your guide in advance
  • Opening seasons:
    • J
    • F
    • M
    • A
    • M
    • J
    • J
    • A
    • S
    • O
    • N
    • D

Activity description

Heli-Skiing is the ultimate activity for freedom and exhilaration! Alpine Heli-Ski Ltd are driven by a passion for deep snow, maximum freedom and chasing the ultimate alpine adventure. Their backyard is the Southern Alps of New Zealand - both beautiful and wild. Let them turn your heli-ski dream into reality!

Looking for a day you will remember for a lifetime? Alpine Heli-Ski offers a range of packages to help match up your skill and stamina with the guides and terrain. 

Levels:

Intermediate skier/rider
This is perfect for those of you who can ski or snowboard the blue runs and only sometimes go off piste. You have little or no powder experience and ski or snowboard up to 10 days per season.

Intermediate to advanced skier/rider
This is ideal for those of you who can ski or snowboard the blue runs and some easier black runs. You can sometimes go off piste in good conditions and have some powder experience. You also ski pr snowboard 10-20 days per season.

Advanced skier/rider
This package is for those of you who mainly ski or snowboard black runs, go off piste most of the time and have many days of powder experience. You also ski or snowboard over 20 days per season.

Expert skier/rider
This is the package for those of you who always ski or snowboard black and double black runs, mostly ski or snowboard off piste and are an accomplished powder and “all snow condition” skier or snowboarder. You also ski or snowboard 40 days or more per season.

Offers

1
Intermediate - 3 run day

The 3 run package is the ideal heli day to ease you into the full heliski experience. Two morning runs, a lunch break to re-energise, then a final run to finish the day! 

Clothing
Alpine conditions can change rapidly, so it is important to be prepared. This means dressing as you would for a cold day at the resort. You should use layers to enable you to have the right clothing
combination for any conditions. Ensure that you have a wind/ waterproof outer layer for both your pants and jacket.

Equipment
Speciality powder skis and boards aren't specifically designed to optimise performance in heli-ski snow conditions. While not essential, they will make your heli-day that much more enjoyable. If you don’t have your own equipment – hiring is a popular option and easily coordinated. The staff can recommend a variety of rental outlets that carry powder equipment and can arrange for the pick-up and drop-off of any gear that you hire.

Itinerary

7.45 to 8.15am
You will be contacted at your accommodation at which time your guide will confirm if he is able to operate with the days forecasted weather and operational conditions.

8.30 to 9am: Pickups
If you are hiring gear, then let your guide know the day before which store you have hired from, and he will arrange to pick it up before he collects you.

Transport to staging destination
This will vary each day depending on where the best skiing/boarding conditions that are ideal for the day's operation.

Once at the staging area you will receive comprehensive briefing, which includes information on helicopter safety as well as potential back-country terrain hazards. You will be given an avalanche transceiver and instruction on its use. Then its time to carve your signature down a few mountains! Upon booking your guide will have asked about your current ability level as well
as any terrain preferences. With this in mind he will select the ideal terrain for your heli-skiing/snowboarding pleasure.

After a couple of runs, you'll stop for a gourmet mountain top lunch (included with all packages).

After lunch you will continue with the balance of your runs before returning to the staging.

Special terms

Safety around helicopters
Your guide will co-ordinate the loading and unloading of the helicopter on each flight. It is critical that you pay close attention to the directions being given. Never approach or disembark a helicopter without direction from your guide. Your guide will manage all of your equipment in and around the helicopter – do not interfere with any equipment during this process.

Safety in the backcountry
Managing risk is a big part of your guide’s role. He will constantly be monitoring back country risks such as crevasses avalanches and other obstacles. Ensure that you are always in control when heli-skiing/snowboarding as you may need to stop quickly to avoid such hazards. Never ski outside of the areas defined by your guide, and never ski ahead of your guide unless he advises you to do so. In the unlikely event that you find yourself in trouble – remember to stay calm, your guide
will not be far away and is fully trained in rescue and first aid techniques. If you find yourself in an avalanche there are a few simple things you can do to assist yourself: Firstly, try to ski to the outer edge of the avalanche, if this is not possible then kick off your skis and let go of your poles. Try to get to the side of the avalanche by using a swimming and rolling motion try to stay on top of the moving snow. When the snow is coming to a stop, place one hand in front of your face to
create an air-pocket and raise a hand to signal your location. Remain calm and await help.

Do not forget to bring
  • Big breakfast to fill up your energy stores before you head out!
  • Energy snacks that can fit into your pockets
  • Stocks (and skis/board if you have your own, or have not arranged for them to be picked up)
  • Ski/board boots (wear casual shoes to the staging area)
  • Goggles/sunglasses
  • Water/wind proof outer layer
  • First and second underlayers
  • Camera
  • Warm gloves and sunscreen
Sport level:Intermediate
Duration:full day
Minimum Age:minimum 6 y/o
Meeting point:
You will be picked up at your accommodation - please note this must be organised with your guide in advance
Included:
  • Helicopter
Excluded:
  • Accommodation
2
Intermediate/Advanced: 4 run day

With this package you'll ski/snowboard 2 runs, then take a well-earned break to enjoy a sumptuous mountain-top lunch. The afternoon is spent carving your signature down 2 more untouched powder slopes.

Clothing
Alpine conditions can change rapidly, so it is important to be prepared. This means dressing as you would for a cold day at the resort. You should use layers to enable you to have the right clothing
combination for any conditions. Ensure that you have a wind/ waterproof outer layer for both your pants and jacket.

Equipment
Speciality powder skis and boards aren't specifically designed to optimise performance in heli-ski snow conditions. While not essential, they will make your heli-day that much more enjoyable. If you don’t have your own equipment – hiring is a popular option and easily coordinated. The staff can recommend a variety of rental outlets that carry powder equipment and can arrange for the pick-up and drop-off of any gear that you hire.

Itinerary

7.45 to 8.15am
You will be contacted at your accommodation at which time your guide will confirm if he is able to operate with the days forecasted weather and operational conditions.

8.30 to 9am: Pickups
If you are hiring gear, then let your guide know the day before which store you have hired from, and he will arrange to pick it up before he collects you.

Transport to staging destination
This will vary each day depending on where the best skiing/boarding conditions that are ideal for the day's operation.

Once at the staging area you will receive comprehensive briefing, which includes information on helicopter safety as well as potential back-country terrain hazards. You will be given an avalanche transceiver and instruction on its use. Then its time to carve your signature down a few mountains! Upon booking your guide will have asked about your current ability level as well
as any terrain preferences. With this in mind he will select the ideal terrain for your heli-skiing/snowboarding pleasure.

After a couple of runs, you'll stop for a gourmet mountain top lunch (included with all packages).

After lunch you will continue with the balance of your runs before returning to the staging.

Special terms

Safety around helicopters
Your guide will co-ordinate the loading and unloading of the helicopter on each flight. It is critical that you pay close attention to the directions being given. Never approach or disembark a helicopter without direction from your guide. Your guide will manage all of your equipment in and around the helicopter – do not interfere with any equipment during this process.

Safety in the backcountry
Managing risk is a big part of your guide’s role. He will constantly be monitoring back country risks such as crevasses avalanches and other obstacles. Ensure that you are always in control when heli-skiing/snowboarding as you may need to stop quickly to avoid such hazards. Never ski outside of the areas defined by your guide, and never ski ahead of your guide unless he advises you to do so. In the unlikely event that you find yourself in trouble – remember to stay calm, your guide
will not be far away and is fully trained in rescue and first aid techniques. If you find yourself in an avalanche there are a few simple things you can do to assist yourself: Firstly, try to ski to the outer edge of the avalanche, if this is not possible then kick off your skis and let go of your poles. Try to get to the side of the avalanche by using a swimming and rolling motion try to stay on top of the moving snow. When the snow is coming to a stop, place one hand in front of your face to
create an air-pocket and raise a hand to signal your location. Remain calm and await help.

Do not forget to bring
  • Big breakfast to fill up your energy stores before you head out!
  • Energy snacks that can fit into your pockets
  • Stocks (and skis/board if you have your own, or have not arranged for them to be picked up)
  • Ski/board boots (wear casual shoes to the staging area)
  • Goggles/sunglasses
  • Water/wind proof outer layer
  • First and second underlayers
  • Camera
  • Warm gloves and sunscreen
Sport level:Intermediate
Duration:full day
Minimum Age:minimum 6 y/o
Meeting point:
You will be picked up at your accommodation - please note this must be organised with your guide in advance
Included:
  • Helicopter
Excluded:
  • Accommodation
3
Intermediate/Advanced: 5 run day

The package is a step up from the powder ride day. Ideal for strong intermediate skiers/boarders, the 5 Run Day lets you experience a total day of powder pleasure.

Clothing
Alpine conditions can change rapidly, so it is important to be prepared. This means dressing as you would for a cold day at the resort. You should use layers to enable you to have the right clothing
combination for any conditions. Ensure that you have a wind/ waterproof outer layer for both your pants and jacket.

Equipment
Speciality powder skis and boards aren't specifically designed to optimise performance in heli-ski snow conditions. While not essential, they will make your heli-day that much more enjoyable. If you don’t have your own equipment – hiring is a popular option and easily coordinated. The staff can recommend a variety of rental outlets that carry powder equipment and can arrange for the pick-up and drop-off of any gear that you hire.

Itinerary

7.45 to 8.15am
You will be contacted at your accommodation at which time your guide will confirm if he is able to operate with the days forecasted weather and operational conditions.

8.30 to 9am: Pickups
If you are hiring gear, then let your guide know the day before which store you have hired from, and he will arrange to pick it up before he collects you.

Transport to staging destination
This will vary each day depending on where the best skiing/boarding conditions that are ideal for the day's operation.

Once at the staging area you will receive comprehensive briefing, which includes information on helicopter safety as well as potential back-country terrain hazards. You will be given an avalanche transceiver and instruction on its use. Then its time to carve your signature down a few mountains! Upon booking your guide will have asked about your current ability level as well
as any terrain preferences. With this in mind he will select the ideal terrain for your heli-skiing/snowboarding pleasure.

After a couple of runs, you'll stop for a gourmet mountain top lunch (included with all packages).

After lunch you will continue with the balance of your runs before returning to the staging.

Special terms

Safety around helicopters
Your guide will co-ordinate the loading and unloading of the helicopter on each flight. It is critical that you pay close attention to the directions being given. Never approach or disembark a helicopter without direction from your guide. Your guide will manage all of your equipment in and around the helicopter – do not interfere with any equipment during this process.

Safety in the backcountry
Managing risk is a big part of your guide’s role. He will constantly be monitoring back country risks such as crevasses avalanches and other obstacles. Ensure that you are always in control when heli-skiing/snowboarding as you may need to stop quickly to avoid such hazards. Never ski outside of the areas defined by your guide, and never ski ahead of your guide unless he advises you to do so. In the unlikely event that you find yourself in trouble – remember to stay calm, your guide
will not be far away and is fully trained in rescue and first aid techniques. If you find yourself in an avalanche there are a few simple things you can do to assist yourself: Firstly, try to ski to the outer edge of the avalanche, if this is not possible then kick off your skis and let go of your poles. Try to get to the side of the avalanche by using a swimming and rolling motion try to stay on top of the moving snow. When the snow is coming to a stop, place one hand in front of your face to
create an air-pocket and raise a hand to signal your location. Remain calm and await help.

Do not forget to bring
  • Big breakfast to fill up your energy stores before you head out!
  • Energy snacks that can fit into your pockets
  • Stocks (and skis/board if you have your own, or have not arranged for them to be picked up)
  • Ski/board boots (wear casual shoes to the staging area)
  • Goggles/sunglasses
  • Water/wind proof outer layer
  • First and second underlayers
  • Camera
  • Warm gloves and sunscreen
Sport level:Intermediate
Duration:full day
Minimum Age:minimum 6 y/o
Meeting point:
You will be picked up at your accommodation - please note this must be organised with your guide in advance
Included:
  • Helicopter
Excluded:
  • Accommodation
4
Advanced - 6 run day

The 6 run day is a full-on high-energy day where you will sample some of the best heli skiing/snowboarding NZ has to offer. The 6 run day is all about more runs, steeper lines and max adventure!

Clothing
Alpine conditions can change rapidly, so it is important to be prepared. This means dressing as you would for a cold day at the resort. You should use layers to enable you to have the right clothing
combination for any conditions. Ensure that you have a wind/ waterproof outer layer for both your pants and jacket.

Equipment
Speciality powder skis and boards aren't specifically designed to optimise performance in heli-ski snow conditions. While not essential, they will make your heli-day that much more enjoyable. If you don’t have your own equipment – hiring is a popular option and easily coordinated. The staff can recommend a variety of rental outlets that carry powder equipment and can arrange for the pick-up and drop-off of any gear that you hire.

Itinerary

7.45 to 8.15am
You will be contacted at your accommodation at which time your guide will confirm if he is able to operate with the days forecasted weather and operational conditions.

8.30 to 9am: Pickups
If you are hiring gear, then let your guide know the day before which store you have hired from, and he will arrange to pick it up before he collects you.

Transport to staging destination
This will vary each day depending on where the best skiing/boarding conditions that are ideal for the day's operation.

Once at the staging area you will receive comprehensive briefing, which includes information on helicopter safety as well as potential back-country terrain hazards. You will be given an avalanche transceiver and instruction on its use. Then its time to carve your signature down a few mountains! Upon booking your guide will have asked about your current ability level as well
as any terrain preferences. With this in mind he will select the ideal terrain for your heli-skiing/snowboarding pleasure.

After a couple of runs, you'll stop for a gourmet mountain top lunch (included with all packages).

After lunch you will continue with the balance of your runs before returning to the staging.

Special terms

Safety around helicopters
Your guide will co-ordinate the loading and unloading of the helicopter on each flight. It is critical that you pay close attention to the directions being given. Never approach or disembark a helicopter without direction from your guide. Your guide will manage all of your equipment in and around the helicopter – do not interfere with any equipment during this process.

Safety in the backcountry
Managing risk is a big part of your guide’s role. He will constantly be monitoring back country risks such as crevasses avalanches and other obstacles. Ensure that you are always in control when heli-skiing/snowboarding as you may need to stop quickly to avoid such hazards. Never ski outside of the areas defined by your guide, and never ski ahead of your guide unless he advises you to do so. In the unlikely event that you find yourself in trouble – remember to stay calm, your guide
will not be far away and is fully trained in rescue and first aid techniques. If you find yourself in an avalanche there are a few simple things you can do to assist yourself: Firstly, try to ski to the outer edge of the avalanche, if this is not possible then kick off your skis and let go of your poles. Try to get to the side of the avalanche by using a swimming and rolling motion try to stay on top of the moving snow. When the snow is coming to a stop, place one hand in front of your face to
create an air-pocket and raise a hand to signal your location. Remain calm and await help.

Do not forget to bring
  • Big breakfast to fill up your energy stores before you head out!
  • Energy snacks that can fit into your pockets
  • Stocks (and skis/board if you have your own, or have not arranged for them to be picked up)
  • Ski/board boots (wear casual shoes to the staging area)
  • Goggles/sunglasses
  • Water/wind proof outer layer
  • First and second underlayers
  • Camera
  • Warm gloves and sunscreen
Sport level:Intermediate
Duration:full day
Minimum Age:minimum 6 y/o
Meeting point:
You will be picked up at your accommodation - please note this must be organised with your guide in advance
Included:
  • Helicopter
Excluded:
  • Accommodation
5
Advanced - 7 run day

The 7 run day is about long runs and epic locations, suited to advanced skiers and snowboarders.

Clothing
Alpine conditions can change rapidly, so it is important to be prepared. This means dressing as you would for a cold day at the resort. You should use layers to enable you to have the right clothing
combination for any conditions. Ensure that you have a wind/ waterproof outer layer for both your pants and jacket.

Equipment
Speciality powder skis and boards aren't specifically designed to optimise performance in heli-ski snow conditions. While not essential, they will make your heli-day that much more enjoyable. If you don’t have your own equipment – hiring is a popular option and easily coordinated. The staff can recommend a variety of rental outlets that carry powder equipment and can arrange for the pick-up and drop-off of any gear that you hire.

Itinerary

7.45 to 8.15am
You will be contacted at your accommodation at which time your guide will confirm if he is able to operate with the days forecasted weather and operational conditions.

8.30 to 9am: Pickups
If you are hiring gear, then let your guide know the day before which store you have hired from, and he will arrange to pick it up before he collects you.

Transport to staging destination
This will vary each day depending on where the best skiing/boarding conditions that are ideal for the day's operation.

Once at the staging area you will receive comprehensive briefing, which includes information on helicopter safety as well as potential back-country terrain hazards. You will be given an avalanche transceiver and instruction on its use. Then its time to carve your signature down a few mountains! Upon booking your guide will have asked about your current ability level as well
as any terrain preferences. With this in mind he will select the ideal terrain for your heli-skiing/snowboarding pleasure.

After a couple of runs, you'll stop for a gourmet mountain top lunch (included with all packages).

After lunch you will continue with the balance of your runs before returning to the staging.

Special terms

Safety around helicopters
Your guide will co-ordinate the loading and unloading of the helicopter on each flight. It is critical that you pay close attention to the directions being given. Never approach or disembark a helicopter without direction from your guide. Your guide will manage all of your equipment in and around the helicopter – do not interfere with any equipment during this process.

Safety in the backcountry
Managing risk is a big part of your guide’s role. He will constantly be monitoring back country risks such as crevasses avalanches and other obstacles. Ensure that you are always in control when heli-skiing/snowboarding as you may need to stop quickly to avoid such hazards. Never ski outside of the areas defined by your guide, and never ski ahead of your guide unless he advises you to do so. In the unlikely event that you find yourself in trouble – remember to stay calm, your guide
will not be far away and is fully trained in rescue and first aid techniques. If you find yourself in an avalanche there are a few simple things you can do to assist yourself: Firstly, try to ski to the outer edge of the avalanche, if this is not possible then kick off your skis and let go of your poles. Try to get to the side of the avalanche by using a swimming and rolling motion try to stay on top of the moving snow. When the snow is coming to a stop, place one hand in front of your face to
create an air-pocket and raise a hand to signal your location. Remain calm and await help.

Do not forget to bring
  • Big breakfast to fill up your energy stores before you head out!
  • Energy snacks that can fit into your pockets
  • Stocks (and skis/board if you have your own, or have not arranged for them to be picked up)
  • Ski/board boots (wear casual shoes to the staging area)
  • Goggles/sunglasses
  • Water/wind proof outer layer
  • First and second underlayers
  • Camera
  • Warm gloves and sunscreen
Sport level:Intermediate
Duration:full day
Minimum Age:minimum 6 y/o
Meeting point:
You will be picked up at your accommodation - please note this must be organised with your guide in advance
Included:
  • Helicopter
Excluded:
  • Accommodation
6
Advanced/Expert - 8 run day

The 8 run day is a high performance, adrenaline pumping, action packed day. Choose this package and you will experience a day of unparalleled leg burning pleasure!

Clothing
Alpine conditions can change rapidly, so it is important to be prepared. This means dressing as you would for a cold day at the resort. You should use layers to enable you to have the right clothing
combination for any conditions. Ensure that you have a wind/ waterproof outer layer for both your pants and jacket.

Equipment
Speciality powder skis and boards aren't specifically designed to optimise performance in heli-ski snow conditions. While not essential, they will make your heli-day that much more enjoyable. If you don’t have your own equipment – hiring is a popular option and easily coordinated. The staff can recommend a variety of rental outlets that carry powder equipment and can arrange for the pick-up and drop-off of any gear that you hire.

Itinerary

7.45 to 8.15am
You will be contacted at your accommodation at which time your guide will confirm if he is able to operate with the days forecasted weather and operational conditions.

8.30 to 9am: Pickups
If you are hiring gear, then let your guide know the day before which store you have hired from, and he will arrange to pick it up before he collects you.

Transport to staging destination
This will vary each day depending on where the best skiing/boarding conditions that are ideal for the day's operation.

Once at the staging area you will receive comprehensive briefing, which includes information on helicopter safety as well as potential back-country terrain hazards. You will be given an avalanche transceiver and instruction on its use. Then its time to carve your signature down a few mountains! Upon booking your guide will have asked about your current ability level as well
as any terrain preferences. With this in mind he will select the ideal terrain for your heli-skiing/snowboarding pleasure.

After a couple of runs, you'll stop for a gourmet mountain top lunch (included with all packages).

After lunch you will continue with the balance of your runs before returning to the staging.

Special terms

Safety around helicopters
Your guide will co-ordinate the loading and unloading of the helicopter on each flight. It is critical that you pay close attention to the directions being given. Never approach or disembark a helicopter without direction from your guide. Your guide will manage all of your equipment in and around the helicopter – do not interfere with any equipment during this process.

Safety in the backcountry
Managing risk is a big part of your guide’s role. He will constantly be monitoring back country risks such as crevasses avalanches and other obstacles. Ensure that you are always in control when heli-skiing/snowboarding as you may need to stop quickly to avoid such hazards. Never ski outside of the areas defined by your guide, and never ski ahead of your guide unless he advises you to do so. In the unlikely event that you find yourself in trouble – remember to stay calm, your guide
will not be far away and is fully trained in rescue and first aid techniques. If you find yourself in an avalanche there are a few simple things you can do to assist yourself: Firstly, try to ski to the outer edge of the avalanche, if this is not possible then kick off your skis and let go of your poles. Try to get to the side of the avalanche by using a swimming and rolling motion try to stay on top of the moving snow. When the snow is coming to a stop, place one hand in front of your face to
create an air-pocket and raise a hand to signal your location. Remain calm and await help.

Do not forget to bring
  • Big breakfast to fill up your energy stores before you head out!
  • Energy snacks that can fit into your pockets
  • Stocks (and skis/board if you have your own, or have not arranged for them to be picked up)
  • Ski/board boots (wear casual shoes to the staging area)
  • Goggles/sunglasses
  • Water/wind proof outer layer
  • First and second underlayers
  • Camera
  • Warm gloves and sunscreen
Sport level:Intermediate
Duration:full day
Minimum Age:minimum 6 y/o
Meeting point:
You will be picked up at your accommodation - please note this must be organised with your guide in advance
Included:
  • Helicopter
Excluded:
  • Accommodation
7
Expert - 10 run day

The 8 run day is a high performance, adrenaline pumping, action packed day. Choose this package and you will experience a day of unparalleled leg burning pleasure!

Clothing
Alpine conditions can change rapidly, so it is important to be prepared. This means dressing as you would for a cold day at the resort. You should use layers to enable you to have the right clothing
combination for any conditions. Ensure that you have a wind/ waterproof outer layer for both your pants and jacket.

Equipment
Speciality powder skis and boards aren't specifically designed to optimise performance in heli-ski snow conditions. While not essential, they will make your heli-day that much more enjoyable. If you don’t have your own equipment – hiring is a popular option and easily coordinated. The staff can recommend a variety of rental outlets that carry powder equipment and can arrange for the pick-up and drop-off of any gear that you hire.

Itinerary

7.45 to 8.15am
You will be contacted at your accommodation at which time your guide will confirm if he is able to operate with the days forecasted weather and operational conditions.

8.30 to 9am: Pickups
If you are hiring gear, then let your guide know the day before which store you have hired from, and he will arrange to pick it up before he collects you.

Transport to staging destination
This will vary each day depending on where the best skiing/boarding conditions that are ideal for the day's operation.

Once at the staging area you will receive comprehensive briefing, which includes information on helicopter safety as well as potential back-country terrain hazards. You will be given an avalanche transceiver and instruction on its use. Then its time to carve your signature down a few mountains! Upon booking your guide will have asked about your current ability level as well
as any terrain preferences. With this in mind he will select the ideal terrain for your heli-skiing/snowboarding pleasure.

After a couple of runs, you'll stop for a gourmet mountain top lunch (included with all packages).

After lunch you will continue with the balance of your runs before returning to the staging.

Special terms

Safety around helicopters
Your guide will co-ordinate the loading and unloading of the helicopter on each flight. It is critical that you pay close attention to the directions being given. Never approach or disembark a helicopter without direction from your guide. Your guide will manage all of your equipment in and around the helicopter – do not interfere with any equipment during this process.

Safety in the backcountry
Managing risk is a big part of your guide’s role. He will constantly be monitoring back country risks such as crevasses avalanches and other obstacles. Ensure that you are always in control when heli-skiing/snowboarding as you may need to stop quickly to avoid such hazards. Never ski outside of the areas defined by your guide, and never ski ahead of your guide unless he advises you to do so. In the unlikely event that you find yourself in trouble – remember to stay calm, your guide
will not be far away and is fully trained in rescue and first aid techniques. If you find yourself in an avalanche there are a few simple things you can do to assist yourself: Firstly, try to ski to the outer edge of the avalanche, if this is not possible then kick off your skis and let go of your poles. Try to get to the side of the avalanche by using a swimming and rolling motion try to stay on top of the moving snow. When the snow is coming to a stop, place one hand in front of your face to
create an air-pocket and raise a hand to signal your location. Remain calm and await help.

Do not forget to bring
  • Big breakfast to fill up your energy stores before you head out!
  • Energy snacks that can fit into your pockets
  • Stocks (and skis/board if you have your own, or have not arranged for them to be picked up)
  • Ski/board boots (wear casual shoes to the staging area)
  • Goggles/sunglasses
  • Water/wind proof outer layer
  • First and second underlayers
  • Camera
  • Warm gloves and sunscreen
Sport level:Expert
Duration:full day
Minimum Age:minimum 6 y/o
Meeting point:
You will be picked up at your accommodation - please note this must be organised with your guide in advance
Included:
  • Helicopter
Excluded:
  • Accommodation

Meeting point

You will be picked up at your accommodation - please note this must be organised with your guide in advance Get directions
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