Selkirk Tangiers Heliskiing

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Selkirk Tangiers Heliskiing

operates from just out of the Reveltoke town offering an exclusive half-a-million acres of terrain in the Selkirk and Monashee Mountains.

With impressive wide-open glaciers, alpine meadows, and massive old-growth forests, you will understand why their heli skiing territory is one of the most famous in the world.



The Selkirk and Monashee Mountains are part of the Columbia Mountain range. In the Columbias, snow means powder! Annual snowfall accumulations can amount to 7 metres (23 feet) at tree line, with 9 metres (30 feet) in the alpine and on the glaciers.

Endless Options

To provide you with the best heli skiing experience possible,they offer a variety of packages ranging from one to seven days in length, flying the traditional Bell 205 and private Eurocopter A-Star helicopters. In addition, they offer a number of options to customise your vacation needs including flexible start dates and a variety of accommodation.
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Ideal Location

Nestled in a private, mountain setting, situated minutes from downtown Revelstoke, the Hillcrest Hotel, a Coast Resort is home to Selkirk Tangiers.

Revelstoke in British Columbia, can be accessed from three international airports, with a reasonable drive time, right off the Trans-Canada Highway. The town has a variety of entertainment options to choose from including restaurants and pubs, a selection of retail stores, and Revelstoke Mountain Resort – just minutes away.

Ski Every Day

When storm cycles roll in, heli-skiing in the trees is often a great option, however, if this is not possible guests of Selkirk Tangiers have the opportunity to get some turns in with complimentary lift tickets at Revelstoke Mountain Resort. Experience North America’s highest lift-serviced vertical, with 3,121 acres of incredible fall-line skiing – a great way to round out your ski experience!

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• Half-a-million acres of terrain
• 88 km long by 97 km wide
• 200 named runs with unlimited landings and pick-ups
• Runs up to 2,200 vertical metres
• Bordering Mount Revelstoke and Glacier national parks