April 2024 Heli Skiing News

2024 Season Recap

On April 13th our 27th heliski season came to an end. We are stoked that more people than ever before visited our North this winter. To share so many amazing moments continues to inspire us. We wholeheartedly appreciate the efforts from all our guests who make the pilgrimage.

Impossible of course to squeeze all the special moments into 3 minutes but anyway, here we go, enjoy the show.

April Ski Report

April brought a resurgence of winter with up to 35cm [14″] of storm snow in the first week. Temperatures dropped and allowed us to ski good quality snow right into valley bottoms at Ripley Creek. When the sun re-appeared we headed straight to our legendary Ripley Creek terrain in the Cambria Icefield and Todd Creek. Over at Bell 2 Lodge it was a similar story and the standout run of the week was “April Powder”. During the second week of April, the weather wasn’t quite as co-operative and threw all manner of conditions our way. We did manage to get some amazing skiing in between the storms that deposited up to 65cm [25″] in our tenure.

As we head into early May, we are still getting regular snowfalls. While the southern part of British Columbia heads into full spring, our Northern location once again reminds us why we’ve chosen this area for heliskiing.

Check out our weekly ski summaries [here].


Bell 2 Lodge is 75% full for next winter and Ripley Creek is not far behind. If you are thinking about 2025, get in touch with us for availability

…and if you have 2026 plans…it’s never too early, especially if you are thinking about a full lodge booking or private tour.