Discover Jasper National Park from an entirely new perspective. Venture Beyond the ground and take to the sky with an epic helicopter tour over glaciers and mountains for an adventure of a lifetime.
Get ready for the most packed and incredible 20 minutes of your life! This heli tour is full of natural beauty, glaciers and waterfalls, including amazing sights you can only see by helicopter from our exclusive Icefields base.
Launch from our Icefields heliport at an elevation of 4386 ft. (1400 m). You'll soar at 100mph over the spectacular Cline Pass at 9000ft (~2900 m). Then you'll fly by the Cline, Lion & Lioness glaciers. You'll view a spectacular 900 foot waterfall flowing from two aqua green lakes!
We will fly up to a basin just outside Mount Robson Provincial Park letting the helicopter do most of the hard work! We will be hiking up in the alpine onto a ridge offering views of surrounding mountains including Terry Fox and Robson.
Home made lunch will be served with tea or coffee in quite possibly the best location of your life. Then we will head to our pick up location where the helicopter will sweep us into the sky for a magnificent circumnavigation of Mount Robson. The way around will also provide us with views of Emperor Falls, Kinney Lake and Berg Lake.
Our most extensive helicopter tour includes the best of the Rockies and takes you to incredible heights, over aqua green lakes, massive glaciers, and spectacular waterfalls. This is one of our most exclusive and amazing helicopter tours, and it is sure to leave you speechless.
You will launch from our Icefields base and soar over the massive field of ancient ice that covers 125s.m (325 sq.km) with solid ice up to 1200 ft (365 m) making it the largest body of ice in the Rocky Mountains. You'll view spectacular glaciers, aqua green lakes, and amazing waterfalls. This tour will have you soaring at an impressive altitude of 12, 500 ft (4000 m), and you'll never forget the raw, untouched beauty you were able to discover through our unique heli tour. Time: 55 Minutes