Crescent Spur Heliski

Canada: British Columbia
Endless powder, two mountain ranges, and one unforgettable adventure in Northern Canada.

Crescent Spur Heliski

Endless powder, two mountain ranges, and one unforgettable adventure in Northern Canada.
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3 reasons to choose Crescent Spur Heli-Skiing:

  1.  Access to a huge expanse of varied runs, with some of the best untouched dry powder around.
  2. Choose from two mountain ranges, with the homely lodge providing an excellent base in the best possible location.
  3. Finish your day with a fine dining experience rivalling the best in the business.

Fresh Canadian powder, with runs up to 4000 metres

With two mountain ranges to choose from, endless untouched powder and views of the northern Canadian wilderness seen by a select few, Crescent Spur Heli-Skiing’s packages promise to deliver an unforgettable heli-ski adventure.

Crescent Spur Heli-Skiing is a family run operation, catering to likeminded adventurers with a love of the mountain. Sat squarely between the infamous Canadian Rockies, and increasingly popular Cariboo Mountains, your home for the week has access to over 1500 square miles of fresh powder, with runs up to 4000 metres long. Travelling in a state of the art Bell 205 helicopter, the mountains are yours to explore. Throughout your stay you can expect to be encounter exhilarating tree runs, expansive glaciers and deep alpine bowls, offering you an incredibly varied range of runs to shred under the expert guidance of Crescent Spur’s experienced guides.

Rockies & Cariboo Mountains have expansive glaciers

With a private 10 person or semi-private 20 person package offered, Crescent Spur Heli-Skiing ensures that you receive a seamlessly personal and flexible heli-ski experience. Keeping the mountain as clear as possible, groups of 10 are accompanied each day with 2 local guides, giving an excellent guide to guest ratio, making sure that the expectations of all guests are met and exceeded.

Crescent Spur Heli-Skiing’s standards are just as high off the mountain. After a long day shredding powder you can make the most of your very own ski lodge, complete with a wide array of home comforts. Beautifully constructed with natural wood and modern artistic steel and river rock, your base comes complete with fully en suite bedrooms, a cosy lounge with two open fireplaces as well as a spacious games room with free Wi-Fi throughout.

Ski lodge with en suite bedrooms and free Wi-Fi

The dining experience at Crescent Spur Heli-Skiing is a real highlight, with the imaginative and wholesome menu serving as the perfect antidote for your aching legs after a long day on the snow. Cooked by the hands of their dedicated private chef, food is served using exclusively locally sourced and free-range products. Finish your day with an ice cold beer and a platter of hot and cold hors d’oeuvres before moving to the inviting dining room for a dinner fully customised to your needs.

North America
Mountain Range
Rocky Mountains
British Columbia
Ski Resort
Accomm. Type
Suited For
Solo Travelers
$$ - Medium
Meal Plans
Full Board
Room Type
Single Bed Room
Double Bed Room
Twin Bed Room
Triple Bed Room
Amenities & Activities
Internet Wifi
Services offered
Ski Rental
Snowboard Rental
Safety Equipment Rental
Airport Transfer
Ability Level
Dominant Terrain Type
Open Terrain
Steep Terrain
Tree Runs
Average Annual Snowfall
10 meter/year - 15 meter/year
Snow Pack
Crowd Factor
Explorer Level
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