In addition to learning kayaking and packrafting technical and rescue skills, the alpine ecosystem offers opportunities to learn about outdoor safety in remote areas, weather, hypothermia prevention, risk management, conservation ethics, navigation, survival skills, natural history and geography with our knowledgeable expert instructors.
Garibaldi Provincial Park Heli Tour
- Private Group
Experience the Remote Southeastern Regions of Garibaldi Provincial Park
Embark on this aerial journey to witness some of the most beautiful glacial landscapes BC has to offer. The classic West Coast scenery quickly transforms into an endless stretch of rugged mountains, lush alpine, and rising snow-capped peaks as far as the eye can see. As we transition from Golden Ears Park into Garibaldi Park, the first of eight spectacular glaciers will appear, each unique in shape and size.
The ice fields are a photographer’s dream and the opportunities to capture BC’s immense beauty are endless. During the winter months, the entire region is covered in a thick blanket of snow. Often the glaciers are hidden. Keep this in mind if you’re hoping to see crevasses and extraordinary blue ice.
*Abbotsford departure location only available during the summer months; off season departure location is Fort Langley Airport
- 90 minute round trip flight in Astar Helicopter over the stunning peaks and glaciers of Garibaldi Provincial Park.
- Maximum 5 passengers.
Wear outdoor apparel and footwear appropriate to the season. Keep your personal bags to 10lbs or less. Mountain weather can change rapidly; guests should be prepared for the elements. At the very least, from May 1st to October 1st, we recommend dressing in layers: long pants, long-sleeve or short-sleeve shirt, windbreaker fleece, rain jacket, and appropriate outdoor footwear (hiking shoes, boots or trail runners with lightweight merino wool socks). Hat, sunscreen, insect repellent, and sunglasses are recommended as well. During the winter months, insulated cold-weather gear and footwear is mandatory. We reserve the right to refuse passengers who do not come prepared for the winter elements.
What not to wear: dark colors, cotton clothing, jeans with holes in them, street shoes, dress shoes.