An heliskiing holiday is an exceptional trip where you can enjoy one of the most beautiful machines that man has invented for accessing remote terrain.

It is clear that the helicopter is the ultimate mode of transportation. It allows us to move quickly in isolated regions, to fly over all obstacles and finally to drop skiers at the top of the mountains to let them enjoy virgin spaces and powder snow as far as the eye can see.

In addition to allowing you to ski in abundant powder snow, flying over mountains and watch wildlife from above is an exceptional and unforgettable experience …

However, mindful of the ecological impact of a heli-ski trip, we have decided to limit our offer to only a few destinations where the total absence of infrastructure and a particularly demanding topography, makes access to the mountains almost impossible. without helicopter.

The end of heli-skiing? For us it is unequivocal, we started the process by reducing the number of proposed destinations and we decided to definitively stop heliskiing trips by 2025 …

  • Toutes
  • Asie
  • Russia
Cold winters, abundant snow and spectacular active volcanoes offering descents of more than 2000 meters vertical all the way to the beach, the wild Kamchatka peninsula is THE destination for heli-skiing enthusiasts.

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Next available trips
  • 09/04/2216/04/22 : 5 place(s) left

Our groups

They are made up of 4 participants per guide. All participants are equipped with A.B.S. avalanche rucksack and safety equipment triptych (shovel, probe and avalanche trasceiver). The guides are all equipped with radios and are in constant contact with the pilots and the base.

9V guides

They are fully qualified UIAGM / IFMGA high mountain guides and ski instructors graduated from the National School of Ski and Mountaineering of Chamonix. Together, they have several decades of experience in heliskiing. They know like the back of their handl the most beautiful descents and the secret itineraries of each destination. They always choose the best itineraries based on the quality and stability of the snow.

Frenquently asked questions

Should I bring my personal skis ?

Yes, as long as they are adapted to the type of trip in which you are going to participate. For

Are we going to ski touring?

No! Well not really, but almost… Actually, it is quite possible that we do a bit of SIDECOUNTRY SKIING. It’s