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Are you a Powder Cowboy looking for no frills Heli-Skiing?

  
  
  

Over the last few days here on The Heli-Ski Blog, we've been sharing  news of some exciting new trip options that we have for 2012 at CMH Heli-Skiing.  In today's installment, CMH Kootenay.

CMH KOOTENAY  Save time, save money, and still ski the goods.

CMH Kootenay   No Frills Heli SkiingOkay, so CMH Kootenay is the southernmost of the 11 CMH tenures.  What does that mean to you?  Simple; it's probably the quickest commute for U.S. heliskiers who can fly easily and cheaply into Spokane.  Toss your buddies in a rental rig, then road trip and rally up the Arrow Lakes to Nakusp in just a few hours, with no gnarly mountain passes along the scenic route. Meanwhile, Kootenay heliskiing flat-out rocks. And the Kuskanax Lodge offers up great accommodations and great food in a funky small-town environment. We keep this program simple — no fancy frills, no turn down service, just rocking good skiing, great food and a young, party atmosphere with folks who love to ski.

And with plenty of Short Heli-Ski Trips (4 and 5 day) and Small Group Heli-Skiing trips to choose from all season long, it's hard to find an excuse not to ski Kootenay.

Kootenay 2012…holding the costs down so that you can get maximum shred for minimum bread!

Curious to learn more about Heli-Skiing in Kootenay? Contact the Heli-Skiing Experts at CMH Reservations: 1.800.661.0252.

And don't forget: Book your 2012 Heli-Skiing space by April 30 to qualify for CMH Heli-Skiing's Early Booking Incentive

Photo: CMH Kootenay, February 2011.

Comments

Things are looking up! I might actually be able to do this....still dreaming in white!!
Posted @ Monday, March 21, 2011 6:18 PM by maddie
Quick - cheap - Awesome! Sounds like a great deal to me!
Posted @ Tuesday, March 22, 2011 11:43 AM by Becky CMH Reservations
I ski Kootenay every year. It has the best tree skiing in CMH. Ending the day with a natural hot water soak at Nakusp Hot Springs is the only way to relax the the stiff body. The price is right. I do not understand why more skiers do not book Kootenay. I have seven million vertical feet with CMH and Kootenay is my favorite location.
Posted @ Monday, April 11, 2011 5:51 PM by David Hummel
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