• Cervinia (ITA) >
    Breuil-Cervinia, (2050 m), a modern tourist resort at the foot of the Matterhorn, hosts an impressive ski area, offering 150 km of runs linking up with the Valtournenche for a total of 24 lifts, plus a cross-border connection with Zermatt, thanks to the Cime Bianche Laghi – Plateau Rosà cableway and the Bontadini chairlift, adding up to a grand total of 360 km of runs. From Plateau Rosà you can either go down towards Zermatt, or take the Ventina run: 11 km downhill from the 3480 m altitude of the beginning of the run to the 2050 m of Cervinia. The Cime Bianche Laghi area (the pick-up point of the cableway for Plateau Rosà) offers a further selection of fantastic downhill runs served by the Goillet chairlift, which provides access to the Valtournenche ski area.
  • Chamonix (FRA) >
    Chamonix, the “Freeride-capital” of the Alps, does not need many words. The town is located at the foot of Mont Blanc. There are many reasons why freeriders all around the world are enjoying the winter here. Big turns and steep couloir were skied in Chamonix, when other places in the Alps still had been untouched. Our Heli ski chamonix destination is located in the nearby Courmayeur. Since heli ski is not possible in all of France. After skiing, you can enjoy a beer in one of the many bars in Chamonix.
  • Courmayeur (ITA) >
    This historic village is located on the southern side of Mont Blanc. Heli skiing Mont Blanc in Courmayeur offers an enormous range of spectacular descents with shining ice, glaciers, untouched snowfields and with vertical drops of up to 2000m. Panoramic views, great hospitality, a superb local cuisine and wines complete your perfect skiing days in Courmayeur.
  • Gressoney (ITA) >
    Gressoney on the southern side of Monte Rosa in the valley of the Aosta nearby Zermatt is the gateway to paradise for heliskier and freerider. The exceptional mountain landscape of the heliski area around Gressoney has unique attractions and is one of the most varied sectors of the Alps. This powder paradise offers a true mountain experience, with delicious cuisine and the special charm of the native Walser people.
  • La Thuile (ITA) >
    The small village La Thuile in the Italian Aosta Valley has always been an important connection point for the French Tarentaise Valley. Our heliski area reaches from Ruitor on 3.480m to Courmayeur and the Mont Blanc massif. The area allows to experience a distinctive and extensive heliski La Thuile program and makes the heat beat faster even for experienced heliskiers.
  • Livigno (ITA) >
    Livigno is located in the province of Sondrio/Lombardia, close to the Italian-Swiss border southeast of St. Moritz. The remote location is not only the reason for its duty-free status but is also a guarantee of intensive snowfalls. Fantastic ski days are promised, with a wide variety of slopes offering differing steepness and exposures. With its traditional Italian cuisine and the wines from Valtellin, Livigno offers a unique ski and heliski adventure.
  • Madesimo (ITA) >
    Madesimo is located on the Italian-Swiss border near the Splügen Pass in Lombardy. The plenty heliski possibilities around the village are varied and offer a seemingly unlimited choice of runs. The location of Madesimo at the weather devide between northern and southern Alps usually gives us perfect conditions. On bad weather days, we use the small but fine ski area with many freeride possibilities. Food and wine from Lombardy complete the fantastic days in Madesimo.
  • Ollomont (ITA) >
    The area around the Grand Combin belongs to the Aosta Valley. Truly a mecca for heliskiing in the Alps. Framed by the Mont Gelé and the Col de Champillon, it awaits with deep powder snow a fantastic view of the glacier massif at over 4000 m altitude. A varied terrain waits at Grand Combin. Open slopes as well as narrow steep sections. For each skiing level, you will find the right descents. The starting point of this exciting experience is the town of Glacier in the municipality of Ollomont (I). Taking off from 1550 m, we first fly up to the 3518 m of Mont Gelé. There are numerous landings in the basin of By that will allow us to take advantage of the different exposures in our search for the best snow.
  • St. Moritz (CHE) >
    St. Moritz is more than just a holiday resort. It was also the birthplace of Alpine winter tourism (in 1864) and has twice hosted the Winter Olympics. Nevertheless, St. Moritz first became famous thanks to its mineral springs, which were discovered 3,000 years ago and established the town as a summer spa resort early on. Guests from all over the world appreciate the modern Alpine lifestyle, characterised by top-class restaurants that can satisfy gourmet demands even by the side of the slopes, hotels that set standards in every category, and events of international calibre. The Via Serlas guarantees great shopping in a small space, though you can also find local specialities like the famous Engadine nut tart just around the corner.
  • Val Formazza (ITA) >
    Val Formazza the small heliski jewel in the Alps - the spectacular valley of Val Formazza is situated in the Piedmont Italy, between the Swiss regions of Valais and Ticino. The area is bordered by three majestic and inspiring peaks Ofenhorn (3250m), Blinnenhorn (3373m) and the Basodino (3270m), our highest landings. The region offers probably the most exclusive heli-skiing area in the Alps, with an endless variation of descents that will surprise even the most experienced heliskiers. Consistently enjoying the most snowfalls, Val Formazza provides an incredible 120 square kilometers to explore. In the Walser Schtuba, we enjoy the best cuisine of the region and the wine list leaves no wish unfulfilled.
  • Valgrisenche (ITA) >
    Valgrisenche is one of the biggest and best-known heliski areas in the Alps. In no other place in the Alps, heliskiing has a longer tradition than in Valgrisenche. The beginnings in this stunning Alpine region go back to 1982. The Valgrisenche extends across almost 30 kilometres – from the Aosta Valley to the completely untouched mountain ranges, which border on the French Tarentaise region. We are surrounded by peaks up to 3800m. Our descents start with 1300 to 2100vm.
  • Zermatt (CHE) >
    Zermatt is located at 1620 m a.s.l., at the bottom of the Zermatt valley, in the canton of Valais in western Switzerland which marks the border with Italy. In other words: holidays in Zermatt are holidays on the sunny side of Switzerland, where the adventurous alpine worlds and the romantic atmosphere of the mountain villages meet and merge. While retaining a typical welcoming atmosphere, it has developed into a modern tourist resort for both winter and summer. Closed to traffic, it boasts excellent connections, amazing lifts and kilometers of slopes: here you can ski even in summer! The snow-covered viewpoints of the area invite to suggestive winter hikes, snowshoe tours or tobogganing. Without forgetting the igloo village and the famous sun terraces of the restaurants.


We are the leading provider for exclusive heliski trips in the Alps. Lots of spots in the Italian area at the border to Switzerland, France and Austria enable the right trip for every level and every taste! It is your choice to visit the south side of Monte Rosa, majestic Mont Blanc, glaciers at Grand Combin or just the eastern alps at the Lombardy. Every trip is the right decision for lots of powder!

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