Whether you’re planning a solo mission, a family holiday, or a trip with your best mates, we have two heliskiing lodges both rich in character and charm.
36 Guests | Log Cabins | Remote & Off-the-Grid
This heliskiing lodge in Canada is an off-the-grid village, custom-built for heliskiing. Set against a remote backdrop deep in the Skeena Mountains, this is where the wild call of mountain life meets refined comfort. You’ll stay in our cozy log chalet rooms, each equipped with wood burning soapstone stoves and extremely comfortable beds. If you’re lucky, you’ll have the chance to spot moose in the nearby river. Social gatherings come alive in our main lodge where après, meals and a good bottle of vino are shared. Here you’ll find the bar and dining room, plus a gift shop and front desk. Also in the main lodge, a dedicated gear room where we tune skis and snowboards. It’s designed to help you get ready each morning and dry out your gear overnight. In the heart of our little heli skiing village, treat yourself to a soak in the hot tub or sweat it out in the sauna. You’ll also have use of an on-site fitness centre and games room. The heli pad is right out front. During any downtime, Bell 2 Lodge has snowshoeing, cross-country and fat biking trails right out back, as well as archery and skeet shooting.
24 Guests | Quirky Hotel in Town of Stewart | Next to Alaska
The historic mining town of Stewart, BC has a heart of gold, though its riches these days are in adventures of another kind. Opposite the Alaskan Panhandle, the landscape is dramatic: glaciers and craggy, snow-capped peaks at the head of the Portland Canal, a saltwater fjord that runs 114 km to the Pacific Ocean. The area’s bounty of rugged terrain makes up the southern part of our tenure, and fewer than 300 locals call it home including Last Frontier. Along the town’s main strip, a hodgepodge of funky heritage buildings were given new life as the Inn. There’s space for up to 24 guests, and with no two rooms alike, you may stay in a prospector’s house, an old clothing shop — or even a former brothel. This heliskiing lodge is about the bare essentials; hot-tub and sauna for the muscles, and soulful food served across the street at the Bitter Creek Cafe, which conveniently doubles up as our Bar. During downtime, grab a bike and explore Stewart’s quirky back streets, check out the museum or cross the border to Alaska to get Hyderized (don’t ask, just do it).