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.

Last Frontier Heliskiing

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

If you want the best heliski trip on the planet, you should try a trip with Last Frontier where you’ll ski on the largest heliski terrain on the planet. With over 9,500 square kilometers of terrain, Last Frontier has something for everyone. You’ll also enjoy the unique lodges that combine cozy and rustic atmospheres. With small group sizes a guarantee, you know you’ll get the unique and luxurious heliski trip of a lifetime.

Fine dining combined with the cozy comfort

On your trip you’ll stay at Bell2 Lodge or Ripley Creek Inn, two comfortable lodges with amenities to suit your needs. Bell2 lodge’s bigger size offers a chance to meet and mingle with other guests. The luxurious setting of Bell2 is also great for travelers who want the true Northern BC experience and fine dining combined with the cozy comfort and natural touch of a log cabin chalet. At Ripley Creek you’ll enjoy the rustic and quaint atmosphere of this smaller lodge that offers delicious dining options in an historic café nearby.

Take a flight to some of the best terrain in British Columbia

Your package with Last Frontier Heliskiing includes a small group trip in a A-Star B2 or Bell 407 Helicopter, accommodation with en-suite bathroom, all meals and soft drinks, and powder skis and pole rentals. You’ll also be sure to feel safe with A.C.M.G. or U.I.A.G.M. certified guides, avalanches transceivers, and ABS airbags. Return transfers are also available from the launch point to your lodge. If you’re ready to take flight to some of the best terrain in British Columbia, book your trip with Last Frontier.

4 reasons to choose Last Frontier Heliskiing:

  1. 2 locations and lodging options.
  2. Only small group Heliskiing.
  3. Internationally Certified Guides.
  4. Largest heliski terrain on the planet!
North America
Mountain Range
Coast Mountains
Skeena Mountains
British Columbia
Ski Resort
Skeena Heliskiing
LUEX Choice
Accomm. Type
Suited For
Solo Travelers
Steep and Deep Riders
$$$ - Luxury
$$ - Medium
Meal Plans
Full Board
Room Type
Single Bed Room
Double Bed Room
Amenities & Activities
Internet Wifi
Hot Tub
Communal TV
Avalanche Trainings
Cross-Country Ski
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
> 20 meter/year
Snow Pack
Crowd Factor
Explorer Level
Value for Money
Surfing or Skiing/Snowboarding
Last Frontier Sappl 2016
by Robert on April 3, 2016
It was a nice trip, and all what we (3 of us) expected was fulfilled.
However, alternative program for… Read more
High quality skiing experience!
by Alexandra on March 24, 2013
Very good trip. Highly recommended!
Comfort in Canada
by Timo on February 20, 2013
-Huge, diversified terrain
-Cozy Bell 2 lodge
-Modern helicopters
-Experienced guides
-A lot of heli runs in the packageRead more
I made a huge progress
by Grigory on January 10, 2013
I’ve been on 2 heli trips in B.C. before and I believe that by now I’m an intermediate freerider. I… Read more
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