Not a big fan of the cold, dark days of Canadian winter? But always wanted to try Heli in the Canadian Rockies? Then book a spring trip. Not only is the late season great value, but the snow is still decent – and varied, you’ll ski everything from fresh powder to corn snow – and the warmer temperatures and longer days are hard to beat.
This spring, CMH offers trips for all skill levels, including powder intro and families, at 12 different lodges the company maintains throughout Alberta and British Columbia. Hans Gmoser, whose dream was to introduce the world to the majestry of commercial Heli-Skiing, founded CMH in 1959. By 1965, he’d taken his first group on a Heli-Skiing tour and the sport took off. Today CMH remains an industry leader in safety, environmental awareness and return customers.
“We still have extreme passion for exploring jaw-dropping natural beauty with people from all over the world – and finding lifelong friends along the way,” the CMH website states. “For us, safety reigns above all. We’re among the most experienced in the world, using the latest proven safety practices and technology.”