Reviewed / Updated: October 20, 2020
Back in August we tested the water with a (very) good offer to Canadian residents to ski with us for half price should the borders remain shut. We were swarmed.
While we can only guess what will actually be going on in January, February and March our plan is to have Bell 2 Lodge running as close to normal as we can.
Our goal is to have clear, simple, easy to understand and easy to follow rules-of-engagement. That way we can concentrate 99% of our efforts on skiing and having a good time.
Almost all our guests that were booked for the 2021 season have now rolled over to the 2022 season. There were of course also some that could not travel last winter that have now rolled over twice. We’d particularly like to thank all of them for their continued passion to come and heliski with us.
There is (what we consider to be) an outside chance that borders open and travel becomes easier soon after Christmas. If indeed that is the case, we will do everything in our powers to accommodate international guests as best we can. We just don’t think that right now, it’s wise to count on it happening.
What looks increasingly likely is that the 2022 season will see a lot of pent up demand and it will be busy – very busy.
The 2020 summer season at Bell 2 Lodge was our most successful ever. Commodity prices rose and we were able to pivot away from tourism and towards the uptick in mining exploration in the area. We accommodated up to 60 people a day and the lodge was used as a forward operations base. Definitely a silver lining to that dark cloud that appeared in March.
We look forward to sharing the magic of the mountains with you sooner rather than later.