Heliskiing & Heliboarding


10 Days/14 Days

from £2495

from £2495

Heart set on a heli holiday?
10 Day Heliski Course from £2495
14 Day Heliski Course from £2950
Book or enquire on +44(0) 1736 763 402
What's included
Extreme holidays need extreme R&R

All our heliboarding and heliskiing courses are based at Panorama Mountain Resort, where you’ll stay at one of the slope-side hotels, The Tamarack or Ski Tip Lodge. It’s part of the amazing, Alpine-style mountain village, nestled high in Canada’s Purcell Mountains – the perfect jump-off point for our helicopters. Heli sports demand some serious adrenaline, and there’s nowhere better to bring your heart rate back down than in the world famous Panorama Springs outdoor hot pools.

What you’ll get


Heliskiing and heliboarding are quite simply the ultimate, all-inclusive, off-piste experiences – made for freeriders, thrillseekers and powder-lovers. The adrenalin rush as you board the helicopter is nothing compared to the breathtaking views as you fly over the mountains. And landing on top of the world in a deserted, pristine snow field with endless untracked slopes below will, without a doubt, be one of the biggest buzzes you’ll ever get.

You climb out of the helicopter, jump on to your snowboard or click into your skis and freeride untouched powder for mile after glorious mile. Finally, you’ll reach the collection point at the bottom where your helicopter awaits. Then we do it all again. You’re now officially an off-piste adrenalin junkie.


We sort out your entire trip, from flights and transfers to safety briefing and specialist equipment. Get set with our comprehensive off-piste course, with experienced instructors, powder performance training, and video analysis to help nail your technique.

Getting confident? Tackle the awesome Taynton Bowl – previously an exclusive heliskiing zone. And of course, when you’re ready, it all leads to the big drop…


Panorama is a hidden gem of a resort – an Alpine-style, ski-in ski-out hideaway, nestled deep in British Columbia’s Purcell mountains. Panorama may have a village feel to it, but it’s far from sleepy.

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