Reviewed / Updated: April 22, 2022
That’s a Wrap for 2022
Our season concluded April 12th on a high note. Record snow, cold temps and amazing skiing both in the alpine and in the trees. Two days after our season ended, our crew came together for an epic day of skiing and evening of ‘festivity’. A huge thanks to everyone that made this season possible and we can’t wait to see as many of you again as possible in the winters to come.
Heliski Conditions Season Recap
With more than 10 meters [33′] of fresh since January 1st, winter 2022 delivered the best conditions we’ve seen in a decade. The development of our tree skiing paid big dividends to keep the program on track during heavy snow weeks, and when the skies opened up the massive alpine areas delivered some huge days. We have been able to venture far and wide this winter, taking advantage of all corners of our tenure and again bagging a number of first descents. Our guests averaged over 44,000 vertical meters [144,300 vertical feet] per week this winter. Our biggest day this year was March 31 with a whopping 19,500 vertical meters [64,000 vertical feel] skied.
2023 & 2024 – Booking Update
Last Frontier Heli welcomed a record number of guests this winter. Now our focus shifts to Winter 2023 where many weeks are now fully booked, and as crazy as it may seem, onto 2024 as well. Bell 2 Lodge is over 80% booked for next season. With space tight for 2023, our 2024 booking portal opened up in January and we are seeing a steady flow of new requests. If you are looking to get in next season, we encourage you to get in touch sooner than later.
Winter 2022 Gallery