Last Frontier Heliskiing

Canada: British Columbia

Bigger and better! Get access to the most terrain on the planet with a trip from Last Frontier Heliskiing where the powder is endless.

About the Operator

Last Frontier Heliskiing

Way back in 1969, the Grand Duc Mine, near Stewart BC, required an expert to complete avalanche control work. Herb Bleuer, a mountain guide recently arrived from Switzerland, was their chosen man. Herb not only worked there but also spent most of his spare time ski-touring in the area.

Later, Herb went onto guide heliskiing all over the province, including 25 years in the Whistler area. It wasn't until 1996, based on his recommendation, that George Rosset and his ambitious partners set out to explore the area with heliskiing in mind.

What they found left them all in awe. The fact that Bell2 Lodge was located right smack in the middle of this Nirvana just added to the euphoria. The original lodge was built in 1979 to service travellers on their their way to and from Alaska. After 2 seasons of operating successfully from here, Last Frontier Heliskiing acquired Bell 2 and began a full re-construction program.

In 2001 the operation was expanded to work from a 2nd base in the nearby town of Stewart - Ripley Creek Inn.



PP/Night from US$ 994