Seward Alaska heli skiing is an incredibly unique heli experience and our newest offering. Seward is perhaps the most scenic location of any heli ski destination with coastal fjords located directly adjacent to the ski terrain and is very near the Kenai Fjords National Park. The deep snow tends to bury the mountains and develop steep spines that are located very close to the town of Seward. It has a different snow climate from the Northern Chugach, and some stellar tree skiing in addition to amazing alpine terrain. When the weather rolls in the trees can provide fantastic skiing options with long runs that can take you directly to the ocean. The flights to the ski terrain are generally short allowing a tremendous amount of terrain to be accessed. Whale and wildlife sightings are common.
Prime early season heli skiing options are available due to the location near the coast where the maritime snowpack develops early and deep, but if for some reason the coverage is subpar we will cancel the trip in advance and issue a full refund. There is plenty of daylight and moderate temperatures all winter long. The shortest days in December still allow skiing from 10am to 4pm. Seward trips are accessed via direct flights to Anchorage. The Seward trips are inclusive, so all you need to do is get to Anchorage and the rest is taken care of.
Once in Anchorage, skiers will meet at 7am on the first ski day. Silverton Mountain Guides Alaska Heli Skiing will pick you up, travel to the zone and be ready to ride that day. At the end of the 6 day trip the skiers/boarders will return to Anchorage at approximately 9pm on their final day of skiing. Anchorage has more daily direct flights than anywhere else in Alaska and is easy to get to without the need for additional connecting flights, rental cars, or ferries saving you precious time and money.
Petersburg Alaska heli skiing is the Silverton Mountain Guides base of operations in Southeast Alaska. With nearly 1 million acres of USFS permit terrain near Petersburg the sky is literally the limit. Silverton Mountain Guides is the only permitted heli ski operator in this region. SE Alaska has a different snow climate from the Northern Chugach, and some great tree skiing in addition to amazing alpine terrain. The weather is notorious in Petersburg, so “surgical strikes” are the way to ski Petersburg. Petersburg trips are accessed via Alaska airlines jetliner flights to Petersburg, which is a hundred miles south of Juneau and 600 miles southeast of Anchorage.
Silverton Mountain Guides also specializes in customized completely unique heli ski trips to the Tordrillo Mountains, Talkeetna Mountains, Neacola Mountains, and additional areas. With our several million acres of terrain options and perhaps the largest allowance in North America new areas of discovery are always at your fingertips. If these locations are still too tame for you, Silverton Mountain Guides has the logistical experience to put together professionally led global trips to the destination of your choice. Silverton Mountain Guides is an equal opportunity provider and employer, operating on the Tongass National Forest under special use permit from the USDA Forest Service. View Rates »