Tag Archive: Heli Skiing in Canada

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Pure Powder’s Favourite Things About Canada to celebrate Canada Day

As the world’s second largest country (not forgetting Russia) there is loads to love about Canada. Here at Pure Powder being off piste and heli skiing aficionados plus one third Canadian, we have a particular love of the nation across the pond that offers so much mainly the perfect ski conditions. So to celebrate Canada […]

Posted by: Claire Matheson

CMH Heli Skiing – Freeride Camp in Revelstoke, British Columbia

Gone are the days of snowboarders ruling the slopes. With ski technology shifting at a rate of knots plus ski and board techniques morphing together, skiers can now look to emulate a boarder’s fast, wide assault on the mountain.  Freeriding is all about letting rip on some of the most incredible terrain in the world.. […]

Posted by: Charlie Brooksbank

The joys of Heli Skiing in Canada in April

OK so late season skiing may have a reputation for being more social than serious in Europe with the choice of lunch venue being the most important decision of the day.  But head over the pond to Western Canada – the global epicenter of heli skiing – and we reckon you’ll be blown away by the April […]

Posted by: Charlie Brooksbank

A Day in the Life of a Heli Skier: Part III – Steep & Deep in the Trees

Many thanks to Pure Powder & CMH guest Craig McCulloch for the following article on his CMH Heli Skiing trip in March 2013… Skiing with Pure Powder’s Canadian operator CMH Heli Skiing offers two very distinctive types of heli skiing. Most of us love the enjoyment of blue bird skies, no wind and heavenly high […]

Posted by: Claire Matheson

A Day in the Life of a Heli Skier: Part II – Heavenly High Alpine Heli Skiing

Many thanks to Pure Powder & CMH guest Craig McCulloch for the following article on his CMH Heli Skiing trip in March 2013… Skiing with Pure Powder’s Canadian operator CMH Heli Skiing offers two very distinctive types of heli skiing. Most of us love the enjoyment of blue bird skies, no wind and heavenly high […]

Posted by: Claire Matheson

A Day in the Life of a Heli Skier: Part I – Heli Skiing Prep

Many thanks to Pure Powder & CMH guest Craig McCulloch for the following article on his CMH Heli Skiing trip in March 2013… Every passionate skier, dreams of bluebird days, deep powder and pristine mountain landscapes, void of people. When I was 17 my every waking moment was spent skiing, or dreaming it. One day […]

Posted by: Claire Matheson

Heli Skiing Heaven – the Ultimate Honeymoon!

For those with approaching nuptials, planning the perfect honeymoon is a crucial factor in making the whole event a success (and in ensuring the continued happiness of new wives). For skiing couples this could involve seeking out a new powdery venture on which to embark together. For a honeymoon of pampering, serviced lodges, excitement and […]

Posted by: Claire Matheson

Pure Powder named one of Condé Nast Traveller’s Experts

Pure Powder is delighted to be named in Condé Nast Traveller‘s little black book of travel experts winging its way to Condé Nast and Coutts subscribers. Melinda Stevens, Editor of Condé Nast Traveller, has written: ‘The Experts is the little black book of all the people you need to know in travel: the exceptional individuals who transform trips into […]

Posted by: Suzy Small

Looking for fast paced heli skiing? Try CMH Gothics in Canada!

There are many perks to working for Pure Powder – the largest heli skiing company in the UK – but obviously the main one is ‘sampling the product’. I know this argument sounds weak when I’m out of the office heli skiing for work but when you consider we have over 100 variations on trips […]

Posted by: Suzy Small

The Best Heli Skiing Photos of 2013

Throughout the 2013 ski season there have been some truly excellent photos that have come back to us from across the pond from CMH – with the season well under way and plenty of envy-inducing pics to choose we have compiled a selection of the best heli skiing photos we could find for you to drool […]

Posted by: Suzy Small