A new Heli-skiing operation, Kenai Heli Ski, will be opening up this season in the pristine Kenai Mountains on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula, far from any other operations. Much of the terrain has never been skied before.
Kenai Heli Ski offers unlimited vertical and all inclusive packages. They guarantee a minimum of 100,000 vertical feet of skiing with a no-nonsense refund policy. Once you reach a 100,000 vert, you keep skiing, at no additional cost to you. Now thats pretty good!
There is nothing average about Alaska, so coming up with snowfall averages can be tricky, and may not be that representative. That being said; Seldovia typically sees 250-300 inches (635-762 cm) of snowfall throughout the year. The mountains rise right up from the ocean, so snowfall totals increase dramatically with elevation gain. It is common for yearly snowfall totals of 800 inches (2032 cm ) or more above 3000 feet (915 meters) in the Kenai Mountains. Let’s put it this way, it snows a lot here.
Kenai Heli Ski is located in Seldovia, a quaint fishing village dotted with comfortable inns and Alaska culture.