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Helicopter Skiing, Hiking & Boarding Tours

November 18th, 2012 by Katie Pate

In the winter months, Mt. Robson can seem an intimidating force to some folks. But certainly not the fellas from Robson HeliMagic, an outfitting company that specializes in helicopter-lifted ski and hiking adventures.

Robson HeliMagic offers skiing, snowboarding, snowshoe tours, sightseeing tours and hiking tours throughout Mount Robson Provincial Park. The catch, of course, is that all these tours begin at the helicopter pad in Valemount. If you’re willing to shell out the extra cash and aren’t afraid of heights, taking a helicopter to the top of the mountain is an extraordinary experience. Plus, it’s a whole lot easier than walking all the way to the top!

Mt Robson hiking tours

Catch fresh snow with a helicopter tour up Mt. Robson!

Established in 1991, Robson Helimagic offers amazing vistas for hikers, campers, mountain climbers, and non-able bodied individuals. They have an arrangement with Mount Robson Provincial Park that allows them to fly into Robson Pass on Mondays and Fridays.

Robson HeliMagic’s terrain is the south side of Mt. Robson, the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies. With access to 1,500 square kilometers of the finest high country skiing, you don’t have to be an extreme skier to have the time of your life. If you are a strong intermediate skier you can heliski.

Looking for something a little less extreme? Try snowshoeing with an experienced guide. If the silence, beauty and peace of winter is calling you, this is the escape you need.

Don’t wanna get that wet and wild? Enjoy a flight over Emperor Falls and Robson Glacier before landing on the shore of Berg Lake. The frozen lake allows access to view Berg Glacier up close.

Whatever your snow day activity might be, we hope you will consider our Mount Robson Inn for your accommodations. We have a self-contained cabin as well as a lodge with a bed and breakfast style full meal served every morning. Hope to see you at the dining table soon!

 

 

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