White Wilderness Heliskiing is located in the far north of the Canadian province of British Columbia and certainly lives up to its name. Located directly on the Skeena River, the Skeena Salmon Lodge offers all the comforts and rustic elegance you need for perfect relaxation after an exciting day of heliskiing.
White Wilderness Heliskiing's more than 2'500km² of spectacular heliski terrain boasts an impressive variety of slopes. There are runs for experienced skiers and snowboarders, but beginners will also find ideal terrain here. Deeply snow-covered woods and wide, untouched glaciers make the deep-snow heart beat faster.
In the rare case that weather conditions do no not allow a helicopter Operation, feel free to experience the area by touring skis.
The newly renovated Skeena Salmon Lodge boasts 15 stylishly furnished rooms. The modern log cabins are within walking distance of the main building with a bar, cosy dining conservatory and a range of places to stay. Wellness is close to the hearts of the White Wilderness Heliskiing management. A modern gym, large steam bath, bio-sauna, infrared sauna, huge massage jacuzzi and relaxation room are available for the well-being of the guests and are free to use. Of course, massages can also be added to the booking. The private package includes two massages. Enjoy to play pool, table football, table tennis, Darts or chess in the Hobby room.
Every evening, guests are spoilt with a 4-course gourmet menu.
Single rooms can be booked for an additional charge of CHF 1'200 per week
White Wilderness Heliskiing
White Wilderness Heliskiing was founded in 2015 by two Swiss guys. The mission: to combine Swiss attention to detail, precision and efficiency with Canadian hospitality and wilderness experience.
The lodge is located only 30 minutes by car from Terrace regional airport
Ride as many runs as you want
Only 4 guests plus guide per group, maximum of 20 guests at the resort
If heliskiing is not possible due to bad weather, guests can head over to Prince Rupert for some crab fishing.
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