faq

Who is entitled to become a PURE heliskier?

Everyone who loves offpiste skiing and is eager to experience (again or for the first time) the feeling of unlimited riding possibilities.  All you need to do is look, point your finger, persuade your guide and dream comes true in a few minutes...

How many hours do we ride?

To make the best use of the snow and weather thanx to polar days we can stay out very late and leave very early.  But on a normal day we would leave helipad around 9 am and come back around 4 pm.

How many runs per day?

That will entirely depend on the group. 10 runs is a pretty good heliski day.

How much heli time does it take?

3 heli hours are approx two avarage heli days but it also depends a lot on how far we will fly.

What machine do we fly?

It is called Eurocopter B4 - carries 5 clients + guide + pilot. There will always be 2 groups per one helicopter in order

to stay efficient.

What is our refund policy?

We offer one of the most generous refund policies in the Heli-Ski industry.  In the event your prepaid heli time isn’t reached, due to mechanical breakdown or poor weather that prevents flying, refunds are 4.000 SEK pp/one hour.

What areas do we fly:

Our heliski area consists of over 5 000 square km of alpine ski terrain.

Abisko Alps is located 18 minutes with helicopter. The area includes Keron, Pallentjåkka, Tjåmuhas, Ballingbogicohkka and Adnjetjårro. The freeride skiing is characterized by big open faces.

Highest vertical: 955 m

Longest run: 2 200 m

Kåtotjåkka is located 12 minutes with helicopter. The area includes Kåtotjåkka, Höktopparna and Vassacorru. The freeride skiing is characterized by alpine terrain, several long and steep first tracks.

Highest vertical: 1 250 m

Longest run: 5 500 m

 

Nallo is located 10 minutes with helicopter. The area includes Nallo, Påssustjåkka, Räitastjåkka, Sielmmacohkka and Unna Vistascohkka and constitute high alpine terrain. The freeride skiing is characterized by big variation.

Highest vertical: 1 400 m

Longest run: 4 000 m

Sälka is located 8 minutes with helicopter. The area includes the mountain Sälka. The freeride skiing is characterized by alpine terrain and long first tracks.

Highest vertical: 1 000 m

Longest run: 3 000 m

 

and above all Kebnekaise – located 5 minutes with helicopter. The area includes Kebnekaise (The South Peak of Kebnekaise is 2 107 m and Sweden’s highest mountain), Singitjåkka, Tarfalatjåkka, Kaskasatjåkka, Vaktposten, Pyramiden, Ceakcahjälmen, Nibals and constitute high alpine terrain. The freeride skiing is characterized by big variation.

Highest vertical: 1 000 m

Longest run: 3 800 m

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