Your Resource For the Best Skiing in Canada- Let’s Hit the Slopes


Esprit Heliski offers activities in Switzerland and Turkey. They have experienced guides with more than 20 years of experience. Their programmes and accuracy depend on the demand in the area. However, Trient, Rosablance, Petit Combin, Pigne D’arolla, etc. are available.

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There are several reasons why you should choose Switzerland for your heliskiing experience! A vertical drop of 2500 meters downhill, a ski terrain developing along slopes of extraordinary beauty and a breathtaking view on one of the most beautiful areas of the Alps. From the beginning of January until the end of March, we offer you a wonderful heliskiing experience to allow you to enjoy the best snow conditions by skiing the most beautiful mountains between Switzerland and Italy, having in front of you almost every «4000» of the Alps. Book your day out with our mountain guides, who look back to more than 20 years of experience in heliskiing. Make your Heliski “à La Carte”: based on the snow and safety conditions, the guide will propose you a day itinerary and together you will choose what flights to take and what runs to ski!


Pricing Packages

Prices on demand


Safety Info

The security of the group depends directly on each skier of the group and the discipline among the group. Your guide will give you information all through the run, but don’t forget the basic rules: Respect your guide’s instructions: 1. number of skiers in the same slope; 2. where to stop; 3. lateral limits not to cross; 4. don’t shout in vain, uselessly; 5. ask to take pictures or to film, so that we can organize it without risking the security of the group. If a skier falls: 1. never ski above somebody who has just fallen in order to avoid snow falling on him/her, snow which may cover the person or hide some lost pieces of equipment; 2. stop skiing in order to avoid causing an avalanche. The fallen skier is vulnerable; 3. help the person by skiing towards him/her from the side. Lost material: 1. determine which ski is lost (left or right); 2. remember the fall and the moment you lost the ski; 3. search from below, depending on your analysis and the tracks in the snow, by dragging your ski stick laterally across the tracks. How and where to stop: 1. Never stop below the guide or the person who was skiing first; 2. never ski towards the group with speed: (risk of collision; useless overloading when stopping); 3. leave some space between the skiers as to not overload the slopes; 4. stop well above any steep slope. This change of gradient is a weaker area in the snow pack; 5. don’t stop at the bottom of gullies; 6. always foresee an escape route and point the skis in that direction.



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