Travelling by helicopter allows you to reach slopes and mountains that have been untouched by normal ski tourers. As a result, take advantage of plenty of fresh powder on every single run. Above the Arctic Circle is known for plenty of high-quality powder.
Best time to visit:
March to May
Norwegian krone (NOK)
Norwegian, Sami, English
How long should I stay?
Most guides offer one-week long heliskiing trips to Norway. This gives you time to explore the area and takes into account the relatively large amount of time it takes to get there
What’s the weather like?
During the ski touring season, the weather in Norway varies depending on where you are. The west and south tend to be warmer and receive plenty of precipitation. Farther north it will be much colder and a bit drier, but there will still be plenty of snow
Norway is one of the best places for a heliskiing trip on the entire earth. Once you’ve landed at the international airport in Oslo, transfer to a local airport in the remote north and get ready for an adventure. From the Lyngen Alps and Scandinavian Mountains to the Lofoten Islands and the lonely outpost of Svalbard, heliskiing gets you out into the remote reaches of the wilderness, where you could not get to on skis alone. Enjoy spectacular views from the air and get the chance to see some of the country’s unique wildlife, including whales, polar bears, arctic fox and reindeer. At night, keep your eyes peeled for the spectacular Northern Lights. A must-see for your bucket list
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