Heli skiing with Kingfisher Heli is the ultimate big mountain experience in our almost 300,000-acre tenure that has terrain for every powder seeker. You and your group will ski or ride some of the deepest and driest powder in Canada, on some of the most diverse terrain imaginable.
With a private helicopter and two highly experienced guides for every three guests, you get to ski or snowboard exactly what you want, when you want. From epic chutes and perfectly spaced trees to stunning alpine bowls, you’ll feel the exhilarating freedom of the Canadian backcountry. Blanketed in an average of 60 feet of annual snowfall and offering runs of up to 4,500 vertical feet, our terrain offers every guest a perfect run. Every single time.
Kingfisher Heli’s commitment to every guest’s exclusive personalized experience means that no more than 16 skiers will enjoy our almost 300,000 acres of vast and diverse terrain each day. There is never competition for untracked powder lines. It’s just you and your friends in an untouched landscape.
Kingfisher Heli’s guests have access to more powder than you ever thought possible! Our heli ski terrain spans nearly 300,000 acres—that’s roughly 32 times the size of Whistler Blackcomb, North America’s largest ski resort. Kingfisher Heli’s terrain is vast and varied, offering something for everyone, from intermediate skiers to the experts. You will encounter boundless pillow lines, perfectly spaced old-growth cedar forests and wide-open bowls, all framed by the staggering Central Monashees and the stunning Valhalla Mountains. No matter how you choose to approach it, you will experience untouched lines with no one else in sight.
Our Location & Climate
With the arid desert climate of the Okanagan to the west, and the ancient rainforests of the Monashees to the east, two distinct systems collide here to create ideal opportunities for deep snow with comfortable winter temperatures. Our annual snowfall averages 60 feet of light, fluffy powder and temperatures in winter months usually fall between 23 and 14 degrees Fahrenheit or -5 and -10 degrees Celsius.
Our Powder Playground