Entries by Neheliskiing

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Long Range Forecasts

Ah Long Range Weather Forecasts… What can we say, we take it day by day or better yet minute by minute! This year’s long-range forecast for the winter couldn’t have been more wrong. In the fall they were calling for a warmer then average winter that would be death blow to the ski industry. This […]

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Introducing the Blizzard Rustler 11
for 2019!

Northern Escape Heli Skiing is excited to introduce the Blizzard Rustler 11 to our already stacked ski fleet. With so many amazing skis to choose from, let us help you make the right decision with some background information to get the best experience out of your heliski trip! Blizzard’s Carbon Flipcore D.R.T technology reduces the […]

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Deep Powder Skiing Tips

How to Ski Powder In this post, our heli ski experts offer some deep powder skiing tips to help you get the most of your heli skiing experience here in British Columbia, Canada. Our Top 5 deep powder skiing tips include: Using fat skis Terrain & Speed Creating a Platform Heli Skiing Stance Rhythm & […]

Teddy Allsopp – NE Heli Skiing Partner Profile

Ted Allsopp, Teddy, as we all know him, is one of Canada’s most passionate skiers and the subject of this week’s focus on our 3 part series showcasing our Northern Escape Heli Skiing partners. Teddy is a true skier at heart. Stand in any lift line in western Canada (maybe the world) and mention his […]

Our Partners – Presented by Northern Escape Heli Skiing

Based out of Terrace British Columbia, Canada, Northern Escape Heli Skiing was founded by four friends, John, Benny, Teddy and Dave. In just 15 years, they built our company into what it is now, a world-class heli skiing operation that attracts heli skiers and heli boarders from around the globe. Anyone who has visited our […]

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How to Get Fit Pre Ski Season

Don’t be caught floundering in the powder this heli ski season due to sore muscles; with a little pre ski season workout you can get your body ready for the mountains. Training your body and choosing exercises to get fit for skiing is a nebulous concept at best. After all, how hard is it to […]

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The Right Fit – A Ski Boot Fitting Guide

(Editor’s Note – This original blog post from November 2014 has been updated to reflect current ski boot fitting practices.) How tight should a ski boot fit and how important is a custom ski boot fitting? Have you ever had a ski boot fit so uncomfortable that you’re sure the only solution is amputation? Before […]

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Ski Helmets for Heli Skiing

John Forrest – Northern Escape Heli Skiing Oct 13th, 2017 It’s amazing, I remember being a ski patrol back in the 80’s and wondering how long it would be before everyone would be wearing ski helmets. This was when some of the first recreational helmets were starting to be used on the ski hill. Now […]

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NOAA La Niña Forecast – La Niña 2018 Stronger than 2017

October 12th,  2017 John Forrest – Northern Escape Heli Skiing There’s been hopes, there’s been whispers, and there’s been all out rumours, but it’s official now – NOAA released its long-range forecast for this winter and La Niña is back baby! Not only is she back, but also the NOAA winter prediction is that La […]

Join Us for Heli Skiing In January 2018!

January is my favorite time to Heli Ski! I like it deep! Every year the trend is the same. February and March heli ski packages fill up first with powder seeking heli skiers. But, for reasons unknown to me, January only begins to fill when availability in the peak months dwindles. Maybe it’s a quiet […]