Repeatedly recognized for excellence by major media outlets including Forbes and the Wall Street Journal, Silverton Mountain Guides provides the finest heli ski experience available.  Small group sizes with two attentive guides per group provide for the best guide to client ratios anywhere in Alaska. Professionalism is paramount to your safety and enjoyment. The professionalism of your heli skiing operator will dictate your entire experience (including your level of safety) and is the most important factor when selecting your Alaska Heli Skiing destination.

Silverton Mountain Guides Alaska Heli has inland and coastal locations lending itself to more time spent skiing and snowboarding creating memories of a lifetime. Silverton Mountain Guides Alaska Heli has bases of operations established in the Northern Chugach Mountains of Alaska (inland base), in the coastal fjords of Seward, Alaska (coastal base), and in Girdwood, Alaska each with luxurious lodging options. With quick and easy access from Anchorage for Northern Chugach, Seward, and Girdwood trips, all you need is a flight to Alaska and Silverton Mountain Guides will take it from there.  Time is irreplaceable. Silverton Mountain Guides values your time and with multiple bases of operations within reach we provide maximum flexibility and the best odds for creating the trip of a lifetime.

Mobility is extremely important to your Alaska Heli skiing and heli snowboarding experience.  Silverton Mountain Guides has easy access to the Tordrillo Mountains, Neacola Mountains, Kenai Mountains, and Chugach Mountains.  We go where it’s best on any given day.  If you want to ride the very best of Alaska and avoid weather days, mobility is key.

The 2019-20 Alaska Heli skiing season is now available for booking.  Join Silverton Mountain Guides Alaska Heli for the ultimate Alaska heli skiing and snowboarding experience.


The All Time September Session

September 29, 2016
The Silverton Mountain Guides Alaska heli skiing crew made the first turns of the season after a steady week of September snowfall. The heli ski guide crew fired up the chopper and went skiing and snowboarding, finding incredible knee deep powder and miles and miles of untracked snow.
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From the Archives

I Want To Ride All Day

June 12, 2016
Is 6 runs per day enough for your long awaited Alaska heli ski trip? Almost every other operator averages 6 runs per day over the span of their week-long heli trip. Regardless of if they charge in vertical feet or runs per day your average will likely be 6 runs per day. Silverton Mountain Guides prefers to ride strong all day long with 10-18+ high quality runs per day. You have been dreaming of this trip and 6 runs a day may not be enough..
Anchorage Spine Zone

The Most Heli Terrain in Alaska?

May 11, 2016
Our terrain spans multiple mountain ranges, multiple towns and multiple boroughs in Alaska. Size does matter, at least that's what we hear from our guests. SMG is also the sole permit holder of 1 million acres of USFS/BLM terrain.