Skiing the Wilderness with Yukon Heliski

Deep snowpacks, rugged Northern beauty, bonfires under the Northern Lights, cozy tiny home accommodations, outdoor barbecues, five-star meals, world famous location, massive ski area with short flight times, and endless smiles every day. Yukon Heliski has all of these to offer and more!

Tours start with a transfer from Whitehorse airport to Yukon Heliski’s “Tiny Town”. This purpose-built collection of six cabins includes four two-bedroom tiny homes with shower, electricity, propane and wood stoves, and a small kitchenette. The Tiny Town Saloon is the central meeting area with a full kitchen, wood fire and large dining area. A wood fired sauna on wheels provides rest and relaxation for guests at the end of the day. Guests will also enjoy chef-prepared meals, a cedar hot-tub, bonfires & cross-country night skiing as well as high speed internet and international wi-fi calling.

Located in the White Pass, on the border of British Columbia and Alaska, skiers will be treated to one of the best snowpacks and heli-ski tenures in the world. Yukon Heliski specialize in long, fun, recreationalist-friendly powder slopes, but also boast steep spine lines used by experts and film crews – the terrain is vast and varied! So, it’s not just for the pros – anyone who is an intermediate skier can experience this incredible skiing, whether they’re looking to enjoy the snow or challenge themselves.

Both one-day and multi-day tours are offered. Private and semi-private groups can be accommodated. Typically, they ski with up to 8 guests at a time, but arrangements can be made for up to 12. A-star helicopters get guests onto world class ski terrain, accompanied by certified and highly experienced ski and mountain guides.

Tours only run in the Northern high season (March and April), so chances of great snow conditions are very good!! Snowmobiles and snowcat tree-skiing are also available on request.

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