Heli Ski From Vail to the San Juans for $12k! Not Joking...

Heli Ski From Vail to the San Juans for $12k! Not Joking...


Heli Ski From Vail to the San Juans for $12k! Not Joking...


Telluride, Vail, Beaver Creek, heli ski

Photo Credit: Telluride Helitrax

And you thought Vail/Beaver Creek couldn’t get any more plush?

Think again.

Starting this season, seriously affluent Vail/Beaver Creek skiers will have the option to heli-ski in the San Juans all day and return in time for happy hour pitchers at Garfinkels!

The operation, which is being run by Telluride Helitrax, will pick up guests in a helicopter at The Park Hyatt Beaver Creek and then fly guests all the way to the San Juan mountains for an all day affair in the big mountains of Southwest Colorado.

How Much?

A cool $12k for the single day venture, which is only feasible on perfect weather days.

That said, the package also includes a four night luxury accommodation at the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek for four people, a day of skiing with Beaver Creek’s Fresh Tracks guide service (accompanied by a Park Hyatt executive), a private dining experience at The Chef’s Table, inclusive breakfast all week, as well as Zeal HD Camera Goggles for all those shredding.

All this amounts to one SICK DAY!

About Telluride Helitrax

In continuous operation since 1982, Telluride Helitrax is Colorado’s ultimate heli-ski experience. Helitrax is located in spectacular Telluride, Colorado, in the heart of the San Juan Mountains.

Telluride Helitrax has access to over 200 square miles of pristine terrain. We operate at some of the highest elevations in North America and consistently ski off summits and in high alpine basins and cirques.

Our proven formula of small groups, exclusive terrain and top-notch staff combine to deliver a truly unforgettable helicopter ski and snowboard experience that exceeds expectations. Helitrax remains a family owned guide service that is committed to quality and high safety standards.

For more information visit helitrax.com or beavercreek.hyatt.com

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