At the heart of the Canadian rocky mountains, heliskiing is given another dimension by an exceptional powder snow.
The varied landscape offers every type of ridding but also makes possible not to waste the whole week thanks to huge forests allowing flying in helicopter even when the weather is bad.
In Canada, season lasts for a long time, from December to April and snow falls often, from 10 to 20 cm a day in average. This country, land of choice for heliskiing is famous for its large territories and its spectacular landscapes.
But make no mistake, even if it often snows, you can ski in forests, on-piste or off-piste. It is the main difference with America or the Alps where it can snow up to 80 cm a day preventing from skiing because of storms and risks of avalanche. Canada offers the best forest skiing in the world