Let’s face it: Mother Nature can be rewarding or a real drag. We can’t control the weather, but thankfully our heliski guides are well versed in all conditions and will make every effort to find the goods. Skiing and snowboarding conditions, snow base, and accumulated 24-hour & 7-day snowfall come direct from Last Frontier’s guides. Snowbase is measured at 1,000m in elevation.
Temperatures, snowfall and snowbase recorded at 1,000 m [3,280 ft] in elevation. This is an automated weather forecast and not to be 100% relied on.
Each day during our regular heli skiing season [late-December to late April] our guides collect information on snow conditions, temperature, snow accumulation and the terrain skied. Both daily and weekly conditions reports are available. For those looking to nerd-out a little more, we have historical condition reports from past years that we are happy to share with you. Just ask nicely.