Effortless excitement, untracked
powder and the majesty of the Tetons is waiting for you with
High Mountain Heli-Skiing!
Since 1974, High Mountain Heli-Skiing (HMH) has been offering its guests the ultimate deep powder helicopter skiing experience in Jackson Hole. We use a new Bell 407 helicopter to access our terrain. Our 305,000-acre terrain consists of ranges south of the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, including all of the Snake River and Palisades Mountain Ranges, and portions of the Hoback, Teton and the Gros Ventre Mountain Ranges. Vast open bowls, steep chutes, enchanted forests and glades can all be yours to explore.
A day of heli-skiing consists of six runs,
approximately 12,000-15,000 vertical feet, transportation
to the heli-pad, and lunch at the Heli-Deli. Extra runs are
available at an additional cost when time and conditions
will allow. Rental powder skis (the new Rossignol S7 Freeride)
are recommended and available in our shop.
We fly in groups of six, one guide and five guests (weight restrictions apply). Four groups (20 guests) is the maximum amount for our daily operations.
Now, two offices to meet all your heli-ski needs. Our main office and base of operations is in the Teton Springs Lodge and Spa located near Victor, Idaho. In the town of Jackson you can find us at 945 West Broadway in the Hillside Plaza. All heli-ski trips will meet daily at 9:00am and you will be advised as to which location when you check in on the day prior to your scheduled trip. For our guests in Teton Village without transportation, there will be one pick-up each morning in front of the clock tower at 8:30am. Please let our office know if you will need a pickup in Teton Village.
Information in Teton Village can also be obtained at all hotel concierge and ski shops. If you are coming to Jackson Hole to ski, stop by and see us or just give us a call at (307)733-3274. We would be happy to answer any questions or just let you know how good it was that day.
We operate on the Bridger-Teton and Caribou-Targhee National Forests under a permit from the National Forest Service. HMH is also a member of the Heli-Ski US Association.