Terrain

Photo: Blake Jorgenson for Sherpas Cinema

Isolated. Glaciated. Magnificent.

Eagle Pass Heliski lies in the heart of Canada's Monashee Mountains. Our exclusive area encompasses almost 390,000 acres, or 1,570 square kilometers of British Columbia wilderness. 

Check out a sample of our terrain in our gallery here.

 

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Snow

Known for remarkably deep snow, the western slope of the Monashees is the first mountainous area east of BC’s Coast Mountains where you’ll find near-coastal amounts of snow with cooler interior temperatures resulting in the incredibly deep dry powder that heliskiers return for. 

This high quality snow, coupled with perfectly spaced trees, open bowls and glaciers of the Monashees, result in what many experienced heliskiers consider being the most exciting deep powder helicopter skiing in the world.  

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Rider: DCP Photo: Blake Jorgenson for Sherpas Cinema
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Monashee Mountains

The Monashees are one of the premier places to enjoy Heliskiing and boarding. Each winter, massive storms brew in the Pacific Ocean and when they reach the Monashees they deliver the consistent, super-dry crystalline snow that Revelstoke is famous for. 

With our combination of wide-open bowls, chutes, treed slopes, and high alpine,  Eagle Pass is the ideal environment for your ultimate Heliskiing adventure.

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The Trees

The Monashee Range is famous for its tree skiing. Here at Eagle Pass Heliski we have discovered huge slopes of naturally well-spaced trees that are perfect for Heliskiing and Heliboarding.

Gliding through continuous openings between 120-foot tall spruce and alpine firs or through massive 800 year-old cedars is a magical experience that stays with you for a lifetime. 

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1,570 sq kilometers or almost 390,000 acres of skiable terrain

Longest run at EPH: 5,800 feet, longer than Whistler top to bottom

Potential runs yet to be named: 2,000+

Elevation of Cranberry Mountain: 2,872 m             (9,423 ft)

We currently have 246 Named Runs

Highest Peak in our tenure: Hallam Peak 3,205 m (10,515 ft)

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