Helicopter skiing (Heli-skiing) is a type of backcountry skiing / free-riding which uses a helicopter to access remote areas and slopes of virgin powder snow not accessible by other means.
Heli-skiing is a truly unique experience: it combines the magical sensation of viewing the the mountain world from a bird’s perspective, followed by the thrill of gliding down pristine, powder-filled slopes, many of which haven’t been skied before. This fantastic experience is why Heli-skiing has become a popular thrill-seeking adventure, attracting more skiers and snowboarders every year, from first-timers to expert free-riders.
For special dates and rates your group should consist in minimum 8 person.
Yes. We will try to coordinate so you fit in a group that will match your level.
Professional video-guides are available on request to ski with your group and capture the day’s adventures on digital video. Enquire about this service at our counter when booking or confirming your day’s heli-skiing.
The best snow in our mountains you can find between the middle of January until mid March.
Half of the payment needs to be paid via bank transfer as soon as possible in order to guarantee your reservation. Your reservation will only be fully confirmed once the payment has been made.
The other half needs to be paid in cash at our mountain chalet before or after our program.
The cars are parked in a safe location in Muntele Mic parking lot and easily accessible on skis or skidoo from your accommodation.
Extra meters we calculate with 17 eur/pers/100 m vertical drop.
You will receive the money back except the amount you paid for accommodation, food, helicopter reservation, your mountain guide.
The groups must have a basic mountain experience and a moderate physical condition in order to be able to maintain a relatively short waiting time.
We access a wide range of terrain and runs and depending on the snow safety and conditions we ride different runs and both vertical and length an average of 500m vertical/ run can be take into consideration.