Canadian Mountain Holidays named one of The Telegraph’s Ultimate Ski Bucket List:
‘The tension of waiting for the weather to break, the expectation as the helicopter rotors begin to spin, the eagle’s eye view of pristine wilderness peaks as you’re flown to the drop zone, the deep, dry snow you get to ride… all of these contribute to the thrilling experience of heli snowsports in Canada. And with a week in a lodge in the middle of nowhere, being flown to new runs every day, that thrill can be repeated again and again.
Over 50 years since it pioneered this experience, CMH Heli‑Skiing has now expanded to offer a huge choice of bases. There’s the original Bugaboo Lodge in the Purcell Mountains or McBride in the Cariboos, which allows access to over 2,000 sqkm of terrain. Or pick the very remote Adamant Lodge in the Selkirks, with spectacular views of the glaciers and forests you’ll be riding in small groups of up to five. For the ultimate luxury, the Bighorn chalet in Revelstoke is only available as an exclusive booking, with eight enormous bedrooms, a highly-regarded chef and heli groups of just four, with a guide for every two riders.’
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