Last Frontier Heliski Whistler & Ski British Columbia

Last Frontier offers a range of heliski tours from their two unique lodging experiences in Northern BC, Canada. Both offer epic heliskiing and heli-boarding experiences in some of the wildest terrain in British Columbia. Bell 2 Lodge and the Ripley Creek Inn are both on the border of Alaska.


Bell 2 Lodge
Located at 1900ft (600 meters) and was once a basic service station for travellers on their way to the Alaska and the Yukon, Bell 2 Lodge is now a modern heliski village. 

The dining room, lounge and bar act as the focal point. Guests are accommodated in log chalets, located approximately 100 meters from the lodge. All rooms have a private bathroom, fireplace, two queen size beds or one king size bed with down duvets.

If weather conditions are unfavourable for flying, you can strap on a pair of snowshoes and explore the Bell Irving River Valley. With a little luck, you may spot a moose, wolf, or other animals that frequent this area during the winter season.


Ripley Creek Inn
The second base of operations for Last Frontier Heliskiing is based in Stewart, a little old mining town on the border to Alaska. The terrain is exciting and offers long runs on glaciers and in open bowls as well as some of the most spectacular tree runs anywhere.

The inn is home to both guests and staff with meals served just across the street at the Bitter Creek Café. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms, queen size beds with down duvets, telephones and TVs. The Bitter Creek Café has an historic feel with a bistro style menu. 

If the conditions are unfavourable for flying, there are many activities available. Go fishing on the Portland Canal, head to the museums, or visit a local watering hole.
 

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Why we recommend Last Frontier Heliski

“Last Frontier offers a range of heliski tours from their two unique lodging experiences. Both provide epic heliskiing and heli-boarding experiences in some of the wildest terrain in British Columbia. Bell 2 Lodge is located at 1900ft and was once a basic service station for travellers on their way to the Alaska and the Yukon. Ripley Creek Inn is based in Stewart, a little old mining town on the border to Alaska.”

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