Heli-Skiing: ALASKA - Spring 2021

Additional Information

What: Boutique, small-group Heli-Skiing

  1. The way heliskiing should be.
    1. 1:4 Guide to client ratio
    2. Seamless skiing logistics with an A-Star B-3 & world-class terrain

Where:

  1. Weeks 1 & 2: Haines, AK
  2. Weeks 3 & 4: Valdez, AK

When: 6 days of Heli-skiing / 6 Nights Lodging
Week 1: March 20-26 (Haines)
Week 2: March 27-April 2 (Haines)
Week 3: April 9-15 (Valdez)
Week 4: April 16-22 (Valdez)
*Custom Trips/Dates upon request.

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Trip description:
Pulseline Adventure is a boutique small-group heli-skiing operation independently owned and operated by Alaska heli-skiing guides with decades of experience. We designed our Alaska heli-skiing program to create the best possible experience at a reasonable price – these are trips we would take, if we were the guests. We implement our decades of experience guiding in the Chugach and Chilkat Mountains and beyond, combined with flexibility, mobility and virtually unlimited mountains to explore, to provide a thrilling and safe experience. Our guide team includes a select group of long-time Alaska heli-ski guides who are dedicated to providing you with the heli-ski trip of a lifetime.

We limit operations to two or three groups per helicopter. Other operators call this a "semi-private." We simply call it boutique heli-skiing. Most heli-skiing operators book four or sometimes five groups per helicopter with 16 or 20 total guests. We fly with only 8 to 12 guests. This enables us to provide each guest with a more personalized experience that caters to individual ability and personal objectives with a higher margin of safety.

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Trip cost: (Per Week):

  1. Boutique Semi-Private Heli-skiing (COVID appropriate 4 person pods)
  2. Haines & Valdez: $8,680/person (based on a group of 4; includes lodging; does not include food or airfare)
    1. 6 hours of blade time (Hobbs)
    2. Heliski trips include 6 nights lodging (based on double occupancy)
      1. Single Occupancy Upgrade for $600 additional
      2. Food and alcohol is excluded
    3. Groups must book together unless discussed with us in advance/approved by us, in order to comply with our COVID-19 policy for everyone's safety.
    4. Groups must book together unless discussed with us in advance/approved by us, in order to comply with our COVID-19 policy for everyone's safety.

How to Sign Up:

  1. Find us at: www.pulselineadventure.com/heliskialaska
    1. AK Heli - Trip landing page
  2. Email us at: info@pulselineadventure.com
  3. Call us at: (412) FY-PULSE ~ (412-397-8573)
  4. Sign up below:

Payment option:

  1. Credit Card
    1. Website trip page/signup form/stripe
  2. Venmo
    1. Pusleline Adventure: @Pulseline
  3. Wire Transfer
    1. Email for details
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Trip details:

Travel details:
Haines. Haines is accessible by road, air and water. Getting to Haines is part of the adventure. If you are traveling from the Lower 48, or ‘Down South’ as Alaskans call it, fly to Juneau from Seattle via Alaska Airlines. From Juneau, you can either take the ferry or fly. While the ferry is rarely affected or cancelled due to weather, and costs only $50 per person to walk on, currently the schedule is limited this year and should only be used as a backup option.

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signup: AK Heliskiing