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How to get here
 
Traveling to Whitehorse, Yukon is easy with a choice of several major airlines and an international airport in Whitehorse. 
From Vancouver Airport (YVR) it is a 2 hrs scenic flight up the coast range of mountains and the Alaska Pan Handle, to the southern Yukon Capital of Whitehorse, where we will meet you at the airport and drive you to the nearby Horizon Helicopter hangar. Here you will get an introduction to this excellent helicopter base one of the top facilities in northern Canada.
From there a drive to camp in the pass, traveling by crew cab pickup. If the flight arrives in the evening, you may stay in Whitehorse at one of the many top notch hotels in the town.
We will either fly the clients in a helicopter to base camp in the Haines pass or to Skagway Whitepass depending on the situation of weather or helicopters in the field.
 
The drive from Whitehorse to base and "tiny town" is 1 hr and a bit.
 
If a client should choose to fly in the evening they will have to pay for a hotel in Whitehorse at their own expense.
Heliskiing in the Yukon is way too good to lose even just one day!
The best airline is Air North Watch the Air North Movie - 2 min.
The ferry is the Alaska Marine State Ferry we take on our round trip Motorhome RV Heli Ski Circle - click here for more ferry info
Contact Yukon Heliski - click here.

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Skagway WHITEPASS yukon route rail line snow blower clearing the yukon route railway in the spring

We fly over this trail each day on our way to the ski tenure on the Skagway side.

Snow blower clearing highways on the pass

We are not the first ski adventurers in this region.

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