Your Safety

Our guiding crew work hard to deliver a sensational day in the mountains. Snow stability, snow quality, weather and your ability will affect the day we can deliver but safety is always our priority.

Regardless of experience all guests will receive a safety briefing from their guide - including how to use an avalanche transceiver - before boarding the first chopper ride.

  • All guests and guides wear an avalanche transceiver
  • Guides carry a radio and a rescue pack
  • Some experienced guests may be asked to carry additional gear to assist guides
  • Extra safety equipment (including a defibrillator) is carried in our helicopters in case of emergency.

Heliskiing is not without risks - and we ask you to sign a waiver each day when participating. You should be aware of the hazards involved.