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The potential for world class downhill skiing is mind blowing with thousands of slopes and peaks waiting for the first descent with vertical descents of up to 1500m or almost 5000ft. 

Iceland’s terrain covers more than 4000 square kilometers, or 1500 square miles of breathtaking Arctic mountains with terrain that suits every skiers ability be it extreme couloirs or wide open glaciers. Just below the Arctic Circle with the mountains rising straight out of the sea allows for a skiing experience of a lifetime, skiing all the way down to the ocean basking in the rays of the Midnight Sun. This can give the concept of night skiing a whole new meaning. 

The season starts late March but lasts with generally excellent corn skiing and the occasional powder dump well into June. The fact that the Troll Peninsula is surrounded by the Arctic Ocean makes for incredible opportunities for skiing right down to the ocean on stable coastal snowpack but also adds the excitement of Arctic weather and conditions. Throw in a mix of volcanic activity, hot springs, lava fields and a unique culture and you will find that Iceland is a true adventure skiing destination. 



Arguably the best heliskiing location on Earth and certainly in Europe, our view and that of many others. The mountains of Lapland between Sweden and Norway are remote, uninhabited and cover some 200 mountain peaks covered in virgin snow waiting for your fresh tracks. No other heliskiing location in Europe has the vast opportunities that Björkliden, Abisko, Riksgränsen and Kebnekaise, Sweden's tallest mountain offer. 

Sweden is not renowned for its high peaks but this snow sure area of northern Europe has consistently good levels of snow due to its northerly latitude located some 250km within the Arctic Circle. Due to weather conditions earlier in the year, when it can be bitterly cold and dark, the heliskiing season starts in March and runs to the end of May. In May you can expect to be skiing late into the night with 24 hour day light.

Arctic Abyss

Situated in the high-alpine area of Sweden's north, close to the border with Norway, and almost 400 km above the Arctic Circle, the ski resort of Riksgransen is one of the most northerly ski resorts in the world. 

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Ski British Columbia’s amazing mountains or relax at wondrous winter resorts. It’s no wonder British Columbia was the host province for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympics Winter Games. Epic snowfalls, huge verticals, expansive backcountry, diverse terrain, spectacular scenery and a mild winter climate provide the backdrop for big mountain skiing.

Heliskiing was pioneered in British Columbia more than 40 years ago. Today, BC is still recognized as one of the world’s leading heliski destinations.

Heliskiing means accessing untouched, remote alpine terrain via helicopter. Adventurous skiers and boarders know that BC’s huge, consistent snowfalls, cool temperatures and ten massive mountain ranges translates to untouched powder, epic descents and diverse, wild terrain.

Annual snowfall in BC ranges from 10.5m/35ft on the west coast to a substantial 15m/50ft in the eastern Kootenay Rockies. Depending on the time of year, climate, and mountains, snow conditions can vary from knee-deep champagne powder to effortless, velvety corn snow. Ski season generally begins in mid-November and can last until late spring.



Heliskiing in Switzerland and in Europe in general, is not like heliskiing in the vast wilderness areas like British Columbia and Alaska. With only a limited number of designated landings and pickups, your choice of run is dictated more by where you are allowed to land than it is by where the best snow conditions are.

Heliskiing in Europe is very different for many reasons. The high Alpine terrain offers ski descents that are long and varied. Heli-drops offer a choice of routes from each landing spot including more than 2000 meters of vertical descent and because of runs are so long snow conditions are constantly changing and the skiing is more technical. In a week’s heliskiing you can find yourself crossing country borders of Switzerland, Italy and France, speaking different languages and eating different regional specialties, which makes for a more unique travel experience. That’s what makes the heliskiing in Europe so special.