Welcome to Kyrgyzstan to delight your winter holidays in the heart of incomparable Tien Shan Mountains. We are really glad to show you the best places for heli-skiing in Kyrgyzstan! You have a chance to ski in the majestic mountains at the altitude of 4000 meters and you will be amazed with astonishing views around you!
We invite people who have ever heard or dreamed about skiing in the towering mountains to go heli-skiing or heli-boarding with us in Tien-Shan mountains. But you have to ski at least intermediate runs at your place to join us on our heli-ski program. There is a deep powder snow, fresh air and remarkable views of our astonishing mountains over 4000 meters are waiting for you. You are going to ski on varied landscapes including glacier snowfields, lofty ridges and smooth cols. The most of territory here has no ski developments and some side valleys and mountain slopes are not visited. But there are enough good places on high mountain passes, ridges and glaciers where it is possible to land helicopter and start fascinating descents. After the descent the helicopter will transport group to the next route. If the weather allows it is possible to make about 6 trips during one day. Your experienced guide will select route according to ability of the group, snowfall and weather. There are three guides for the program. All of our guides are professionals, who concentrate on your safety and comradeship. They will carry radio to contact with the helicopter or the mountain rescue and also carry emergency equipment. We use in these programs well known in many countries MI-8-MTB helicopters which are really good and reliable helicopters. It is powered by two turbo-engines and has a carrying capacity of two tons. It can bear a group of 15 sportsmen (depending on weight) with their equipment, plus the guides and the pilots. To provide extra safety we employ two pilots fly the MI-8-MTB. You can be sure that the helicopters are flown by very experienced pilots, who work in heli ski and mountain rescue flying for years.