Our heliski area
A once in a lifetime experience!
Antarctica remains the only unspoiled continent on our planet. Almost entirely covered in a permanent ice cap that reaches as much as 4,776 meters.
The Antarctic peninsula is highly mountainous, its highest peaks rising to about 2,800 meters. Notable peaks on the peninsula include Mount Castro, Mount Coman, Mount Gilbert, Mount Jackson, which is the highest point at 3184 meters.
Antarctica is a wilderness of extraordinary beauty and magnificent rawness, and the mountains offer endless options for heliskiing, including the potential for first ascents and descents.
The terrain ranges from mellow slopes to steeps, and it’s heavily glaciated. Even on the Antarctic Peninsula, there aren’t a lot of exposed rock features. And you can forget tree skiing!