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Discover here our collection of artistic black and white images captured over the years.

Photos by +Dave Silver Photography  +Reuben Krabbe  & +Steve Rosset 
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Mountain Safety: How much do we teach our guest?
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And is it enough? Safety has to be the number one priority for a heliskiing operation. We try and teach you what you need, when you'll need it.
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Discover here our collection of artistic black and white images captured over the years.

Photos by +Dave Silver Photography & +Reuben Krabbe 
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We purposefully limit our lodges capacity. Discover why: http://bit.ly/1MDN6yt

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When on a heli ski trip in British Columbia, however, the lodge lifestyle is a lot more intimate. Here at Last Frontier we have a maximum of 35 people
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First descents are still happening every year across the globe, but few would suggest a metropolitan environment to go set base-camp and hunt for snow, especially not in the middle of June... http://ow.ly/PELtv
“He’s literally burning his boots right now they smell so bad,” said filmer Taylor Walker of his friend Sean Mullins, who skied a three-story-high pile of “snow” and trash in
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Lynsey Dyer was skiing a committed alpine line for this shot during her visit to our lodges this winter. We're biased, but we can only agree with ESPN to include this photograph from Grant Gunderson to their best black and white action sports gallery.
 
Lynsey Dyer was skiing a committed alpine line for this shot during her visit to our lodges this winter. We're biased, but we can only agree with ESPN to include this image to their best black and white action sports gallery.
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Photo: Grant Gunderson
"This image was shot on our last day at Last Frontier Heli in Northern B.C., right on the Alaska border," says photographer Grant Funderson. "We had been up there all week and we're having a blast skiing powder, but had been itching to get onto some of the bigger lines. When we woke to perfect bluebird conditions on the last day, we knew we were going to get everything we had been hoping for. This was the first run of the day, and Lynsey Dyer cha...
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Rock Skis: an ode to your edge-blown, core-shotted, delaminated old planks.

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Always keep one pair of skis handy at all times – the rock skis. Rusted edges, chipped top sheets and bindings with a disturbing rattle are hallmarks of a
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Tired of the heat? Here are 4 ways to still get your summer skiing fix.

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With warm weather in full effect it can be easy to forget about the sensation of sliding on snow. But not for long. Summer skiing...
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5 facts you probably didn't know about heliskiing and heliboarding destinations. http://bit.ly/1LjmPXm
 
5 facts you probably didn't know about heliskiing

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5 Things People Don't Often Tell You About Heli Skiing
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The paths of life you take matter. Focus on doing what you love most.

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Is it worth living hand to mouth so you can ski every day, enjoy spontaneous adventures or ride waves every morning? Absolutely.
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5 facts you probably didn't know about heliskiing

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5 Things People Don't Often Tell You About Heli Skiing
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Glaciers as far as the eye can see, a reliable guide to follow, your best friends by your side and a helicopter awaiting at the bottom. What else do you need?

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About Last Frontier Heliskiing

Since its inception in 1996, Last Frontier Heliskiing has been a pioneering force in Canadian Heliskiing and continues to be so.

> The largest single heliski area on the planet

> 100% small group heliskiing

> 2 base location to choose from

> Huge snowfalls = epic conditions

Last Frontier is one of the most northerly heliskiing destinations in British Columbia, providing guests with consistent and reliable snowfalls.

It operates from two bases, Bell 2 Lodge in the Skeena Mountains and from the Ripley Creek Inn, Stewart, BC. Both offer a breathtaking wilderness experience that leaves guests in awe.