Yes, it’s possible thanks to Heliski Adventures AG & AirDynamic! You have to hurry though, the last places are running out.
Heliski Adventures AG is proud to present the 2021 schedule. They will operate from a boat with two helicopters and the heliskiing will take place on the Antarctic Peninsula and the Shetland Islands. A majority of these areas have never been skied before.
With 22 hours of daylight, you will always have the opportunity to ski each and every day
The Antarctic Peninsula is part of the Antarctic Continent and is the southern continuation of the mountain chain that runs from North America through South America into the Scotia Sea. Here it continues as a mainly sub-marine ridge, the Scotia Ridge, until it comes above sea level at the northern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula.
The peninsula is highly mountainous, its highest peaks rising to about 2,800 meters or 9,200 ft. Notable peaks on the peninsula include Mount Castro, Mount Coman, Mount Gilbert, Mount Jackson, which is the highest point at 3184 meters or 10,446 ft.
Of course, everything has been thought of, a complete package that allows you to safely explore this wild and mostly unspoiled nature. If you want to know more about the departure dates, the cost of the package and what is included, all you have to do is contact us.
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