January 2019 Heli Skiing News

January 31, 2019 Steve Rosset

Conditions Update – January 2019 Ski Report

2019 got off to a snowy start with several large storm fronts tracking into our tenure. Over 150 cm of fresh snow landed between the end of December through January 11th. All that POW made for epic tree skiing. When the skies cleared, we found plenty of good heli skiing up high. As the month progressed, another 130 cm of fresh fell, bringing our month to date snowfall over 284 cm [112 inches]. With temperatures a bit above seasonal, we averaged just over 1 down day per week. El Niño has delivered on the promise of above average snowfall and while no vertical records where broken this month, the quality of skiing has been consistently great. Check out our full January recap.

Spotlight: Bell 2 Lodge – When The Sun Goes Down

Last Frontier Heli is well know for it’s abundance of snow and incredible terrain variety. Our guests travel from far and wide to ski some of the most remote mountains in Canada. The fun doesn’t always stop when the skiing ends. Occasionally we’ll find a good excuse to keep the party going. No one week is ever the same, it all depends on you….but we know how to turn the volume up when the time is right 🙂