Unique Heli Skiing Experience Unlike Anywhere Else

What comes to your mind when you think of heliskiing in Kamchatka? Skiing endless volcanic slopes or a birch tree forest? Skiing down to the coast of Pacific Ocean? Hot springs on the sunset after the best ever skiing day? Erupting volcanoes and rivers of molten lava? Breathtaking scenery and a wildlife? Whatever you have imagined, it all can be found on this little planet, Kamchatka.

SOME FACTS

TERRAIN
Mostly alpine, limited glacial and trees. Highest landing: 3500 metres.
Average length of run: 1000 metres. Longest run: 3000 vertical metres.
SNOW
Powder skiing until early May, sometimes mid-May.
Spring skiing (corn snow) from late April until mid-June.
SEASON
From early March to mid-June.
GROUP SIZE
Group size: 10 or 8, accompanied by 3 or 4 guides.
Groups per helicopter: 1