Frequently asked questions

How long are the heli-ski runs and how long do they take?

The average run is roughly 2000 vertical meters (6000 feet), but they vary from 1600 to 2400 vertical meters (4500m to 7200 feet). The time it takes to complete each run depends on each individual's ability and itinerary, with the average being around 90 to 180 minutes. A group of expert skiers will move at a faster pace than a group of intermediate skiers.

How "good" do I have to be to go heli-skiing?
How does a typical Group Heli-ski day run ?
How many people does a guide manage?
How many heliski runs can we do in one day?
Do we have to stay in Verbier for heli-skiing?
What is the snow like?
What about avalanche danger?
Can we combine heli-skiing with ski touring?
What kind skis, clothes and equipment do I need to take?
Do I need an airbag ABS system?
Are the guides experienced?
What kind of helicopter do we use?
How is heli-skiing permitted in Switzerland?


ADRENALINE - Heliski Company Verbier
Rue de Médran 39  -  1936 VERBIER
Tel. 0041(0)79 205 9595  -  adrenaline(at)

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