Tell me if this doesn’t sound appealing…a remote heli-skiing outfit with no road access operating out of a spacious double A-frame cabin situated on a pristine British Columbia lake and a powerful helicopter on the ready to shuttle your crew to the rugged peaks of BC’s Cariboo Mountains?
Silvertip Heli-Skiing offers a bespoke heli-skiing experience that is absolutely unrivaled in British Colombia and here’s why:
Catering to everyone from the world’s best skiers and snowboarders filming their latest movie segments to lifelong ski buddies content filming each other on their iPhones and GoPros….Silvertip’s offerings are all you can handle. Their Bell 212 helicopter configured for 8 skiers (aka business class) accesses 1,440 square kilometers of ultra secluded terrain with a reliable supply of Canadian light powder. The local weather pattern dependably brings moist air from the west where it meets the large Cariboo Mountains bringing more than 10 meters of dry powder snow each winter. This remote area of BC still has a ton of virgin territory so first descents and run naming are weekly occurrence at Silvertip.
When you get back to the lodge after a day in the mountains and have that satisfied total body exhaustion that we all know and love, you are greeted by an unforgettable hospitality experience highlighted by spacious accommodations, fine dining, and a full on spa chalet overlooking Quesnel Lake including a large outdoor whirlpool, a full-time massage therapist, steam room, and sauna because there’s nothing better to treating yourself to some much deserved recovery time after a day slaying BC powder.
Yeah I could get used to this:
Here’s a clip from Red Bull Media’s 2017 movie “Sweet & Sour” featuring skier Richard Permin and snowboarder Victor de Le Rue filmed at Silvertip:
- Fly into Vancouver International Airport (YVR) with direct flights from across the globe (Mexico City, Sydney, Bejing, London).
- From Vancouver international airport the estimated total travel time is around 2.5 hours from take off in Vancouver to Silvertip Lodge
- Guests fly into our remote lodge by helicopter on a 45-minute flight from Williams Lake, no driving required.