Heliskiing Tenure

The Kingfisher Heliskiing tenure area is located in the Central Monashee Mountain Range in the immediate and surrounding vicinity of Keefer Lake.

Kingfisher Heliskiing chose the tenure for its proximity to local services and the variety of accessible skiing terrain. The area offers skiing and riding for all skill levels. Our heliskiing tenure has arguably the best tree skiing in the Monashees. But it is not all about the trees we also have incredible alpine skiing and an excellent climate that offers clear flight paths to and from key alpine zones.

The heliskiing tenure is between Monashee Pass and Highway 6, the famous Powder Highway that is the gateway to the Kootenays. The Kettle River and Inonoaklin Creek are to the south, Barnes Creek and height of land overlooking Whatshan Lake are to the east.

Other areas include the Pinnacles, Monashee Creek, Railroad Creek and Cusson Creek watershed basins to the north, and Mt. Beaven, Monashee Creek drainage’s and the village of Cherryville to the west.

Heliski Tenure

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Kingfisher Heliskiing - Tim Shenkariuk
Kingfisher Heliskiing - Tim Shenkariuk
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Kingfisher Heliskiing - Tim Shenkariuk
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Kingfisher Heliskiing - Matt Devlin
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