Eagle Pass Heliskiing
Canada: British Columbia
Ski in style with perfect conditions, superb service and world-renowned experts at Eagle Pass Heliskiing in Revelstoke.
New Eagle Pass Lodge Opening 2017
Eagle Pass Lodge is a private estate situated on 8 acres overlooking the Columbia River Valley, just 8 kilometer (5 miles) south of Revelstoke, BC. Opening in January 2017, this lodge has been designed with the Heliskier’s specific needs in mind.
The luxurious 12 bedroom Eagle Pass Lodge offers specific gear drying and tuning rooms, is equipped with its own private Heli pad, a private executive chef on-hand to create healthy gourmet meals with locally sourced ingredients, dining room and full bar executing a brilliant local and international wine menu. To help unwind after a long day of Heliskiing enjoy a relaxing massage or take in picturesque views from the in ground hot tub of the iconic Mount Begbie and Monashee Mountain Range.
All-inclusive Lodge Packages
Whether it's a 3 day getaway with a few other friends, an exclusive private week for only you and your family, or a custom designed package to suit your every need, we have a Heliski experience just for you. You'll enjoy all the comforts of our Eagle Pass Lodge and we know that once you have a taste of what Eagle Pass has to offer, you'll be back year after year.
Semi-Private and Private trips can be customized for any number of guests, groups, dates and trip length. Please contact us for more information.
Enjoy shared accommodation at Eagle Pass Lodge with Unlimited Vertical Heliskiing in your own private helicopter servicing exclusively your group of 4 friends.
Enjoy full private rental of Eagle Pass Lodge and private use of our helicopters for 1-12 guests. You’ll have one guide per each group of four skiers, ensuring you’ll have the most intimate mountain experience.
Quick access to our most amazing ski terraine
It is no mistake that our new lodge location is a quick flight to the Gold Range of the Monashee Mountains. The aesthetic granite peaks and spires tower above the valleys and the salmon-bearing Shushwap River watershed below.
It is by far some of the most beautiful terrain in all of British Columbia.
This terrain boasts the longest vertical descents in all of our tenure, with an average of 3000-4000 foot runs.
There are hundreds of lines still waiting to be explored. Want one?