The awe inspiring Chugach peaks rise 7'000 feet straigt up out of the Pacific Ocean and harbour a large percentage of Alaska’s temperate valley glaciers.
Alaska Heliskiing and –boarding allows for highest quality experience and is distinctly different from similar adventures further South. The season starts later, the days are longer, the average terrain is steeper and can be skied safely thanks to the specific snow conditions in coastal Mid-Alaska. Mostly you will find a mixture between powder and corn skiing. There is virtually no tree skiing.
Required skiing/boarding skills are mostly above heliskiing average. Challenges possible from advanced to expert levels. Some moderate terrain is available.
Later in the season you could be skiing around the clock, an exciting experience!
Heliskiing with H2O is a top experience. Through its excellent track record and an outstanding committment to quality, safety and environmental concern the operation has secured ist license on the largest and most attractive terrain in the coastal mountains around Valdez, by itself the greatest heliskiing region in Alaska. Steep mountains, unique snow conditions and an excellent guiding team help you to access the goods.
The unique setting of PNH at the foot of the westerly Chugach Mountains on the shores of the Prince William Sound allows for breathtaking skiing and boarding in the steep coastal mountains of Alaska. Superb snow conditions ensure safe descents in exposed and spectacular terrain, often enriched by fantastic views on the Pacific Ocean and close-by islands. Former quarters of workers of a now disused fish cannery as accommodation promotes a lively and to-the-grounds atmosphere, reflecting true Alaskan spirit.