Searching for the ultimate exclusive heli-skiing adventure in Canada? Look no further than the Bighorn Chalet. This is a full-service luxury private heli-ski Chalet nestled in the Selkirk Mountains at the base of Revelstoke Mountain Resort. Bighorn Chalet is strategically placed in Revelstoke between the Selkirk and Monashee Mountains where some of the most epic heli-skiing in Canada exists. The combination of location and high-end luxury accommodation sets Bighorn apart from all other Canadian heli-skiing experiences. 

Each morning your private helicopter will land on the helipad just outside of the chalet. You will be taken deep into the mountains to experience some of the best heli-skiing Canada has to offer. The Selkirk and Monashee Mountains are known for the large amounts of light fluffy snow. The variety of terrain and expertise of the guides will provide an unparalleled heli-skiing adventure. This completely private program will be designed with only you in mind. Imagine skiing down down large alpine bowls, steep shots, and the best tree skiing you have ever experienced!

Named the Best Ski Chalet 2013-2016 World Ski Awards Bighorn was built to provide the highest standard in luxury accommodation. The Chalet hosts eight guest suites each with an ensuite bathroom as well as a balcony. There is a private chef on hand to make fresh and delicious food to keep you well-fed while exploring the nearby mountains. The chalet also includes a full lodge staff, including a concierge and private driver to help cater to your perfect vacation. The chalet is three stories tall giving you plenty of room to relax after a long day skiing. The spa is a perfect way to revitalize yourself.  Other amenities include outdoor hot tub, cinema room, pool table, and, a bar for nightly entertainment.

Bighorn Chalet is the perfect place to gather your friends and family for the ultimate luxury heli-skiing experience. The combination of the skiing and lodge amenities and the staff’s dedication to service will provide an unforgettable escape into the mountains of British Columbia.