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Heli Skiing Terrain – Last Frontier Heliskiing Run Maps

December 14, 2012 Last Frontier Heliskiing

With over 850 heli skiing slopes in an area that is a quarter the size of Switzerland, finding fresh powder is never much of a challenge. This vast tenure is shared amongst a maximum of 36 guests at Bell 2 Lodge and 24 at our Ripley Creek location in Stewart, BC. That works out to 211 square kilometers [49,000 acres] per skier. To further put that number into perspective – this is equivalent to every one of our guests having 9 Whistler/Blackcomb ski resorts all to themselves. With that much terrain to your disposal, the heli skiing and heli snowboarding options are almost limitless.

This could be you - Reuben Krabbe
9x the size of Whistler Blackcomb per skier.. This could be you – Reuben Krabbe

To give you an idea of the diversity of heliski slopes you’re likely to experience at Last Frontier Heliskiing, we’ve assembled a collection of run maps. The choices range from high alpine peaks, to vast bowls, open glaciers, gladded sub alpine area, and steep tree descents. Our skiable elevation ranges from a base of 600 meters [1,970 feet] to a high of 2,800 meters [9,200 feet], with the average run vertical coming in around 900 meters [2,950 feet].

The following is a small sample of the types of heli skiing slopes you are likely to encounter at Last Frontier. You can find more run maps [here].

Last Frontier Heliskiing - Aberdeen Run Map
Last Frontier Heliskiing – Aberdeen Run Map
Last Frontier Heliskiing - Creation & Cascade Run Map
Last Frontier Heliskiing – Creation & Cascade Run Map
Last Frontier Heliskiing - Run Maps
Last Frontier Heliskiing – Kahuna, Victory Lane and Sweet Victory Run Map
Last Frontier Heliskiing - Run Maps
Last Frontier Heliskiing – Boom Town Run Map
Last Frontier Heliskiing - Run Maps
Last Frontier Heliskiing – Granny Glacier, Granny Drop and Granny Bypass Run Map
Last Frontier Heliskiing - Run Maps
Last Frontier Heliskiing – Valentine Run Map