Whether cat skiing in the Colorado backcountry, heli-skiing in Iceland’s Troll Peninsula, or tackling Europe’s off-piste steep and deep, Eleven’s guides always have access to the best snow.
WHERE DO YOU WANT TO SKI?
Crested Butte is known as Colorado’s last great ski town. The high elevation and cold temperatures deliver an average of 450 inches of snow a year to nearby Irwin, where guests have access to approximately 1,000 acres of terrain.
Tackling untracked heli-ski descents on Iceland’s Arctic maritime snowpack is for both the hard charger and the smooth cruiser. Huge couloirs and vast valleys scream for first tracks. And the midnight sun allows for late-night sea-to-summit runs.
The Tarentaise Valley provides the perfect backdrop for a ski safari. With seven ski resorts, almost 1,500 kilometers of slopes, three heli-ski bases, and endless piste and off-piste skiing out our door, you’ll never repeat a run.
Simply put, Patagonia is the stuff of legend. The Andes Mountains provide incredible ski terrain, from wide-open glaciers, to imposing peaks and steep alpine chutes. Rio Palena Lodge takes heli-skiing to the next level.
Heli skiing in British Columbia is defined by consistent snowfall, and light, low-density powder. Pair that with Kingfisher Heli’s expansive tenure in the Central Monashees, the Pinnacles, and the Valhalla Mountains with over 300,000 skiable acres, and you’ve set yourself up for an unforgettable adventure in the birthplace of heli skiing.