Silver Tip Heliskiing
eli-Skiing Tenure -1,440 sq. kilometers of tenure is your playground. Unlimited vertical - Unlimited fun!
Silvertip Lodge was built for the comfort of avid fishermen and hunters back in 1967.
In 2002, Canadian Mountain Holidays (CMH) purchased the14-acre lakeshore property and conducted extensive renovations that would winterize the building and raise the level of luxury designed to appeal to thehigh-end heli-skier. In 2015 lodge eventually sold Silvertip Lodge to the current group of owners who are committed to creating one of the best heli-skiing experiences in Canada.
The building radiates an authentic feeling that cannot becreated by modern structures. It has been redesigned, complete with allthe modern amenities any outdoor enthusiast would want.
Glaciated alpine mountains, open terrain, naturally spaced trees, and of course, reliable Canadian champagne powder is what makes the Cariboo Mountains a heliski destination.
First Timer – Advanced – Expert
Specializing in tailored group bookings
Easily Accessible - Unlimited Vertical
The philosophyis simple - Ski how you like, as long as you like.
Choose your ski group, select your runs, lunch on the mountains or back at the lodge, maximize vertical, or explore distant peaks. It’s all up to you.
Silvertip Lodge is able to host 8-16 skiers at one time (who come as a group) and allow them to design their ski day. Your heli-skiing schedule is up to you, with safety as the only rule.
Getting there - Guests fly on a private charter from Vancouver (YVR) to Williams Lake (YWL) with Central Mountain Air, where you will meet our airport representative who will assist you in boarding your 45-minute helicopter flight to Silvertip Lodge.
Season: January to April
Choose from 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 day
Specializing in group experiences but solo's and duo are totally welcome!
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