Alpine meadows, mountain glaciers, untouched beaches, whale watching sites – a helicopter takes you to amazing places
Almost wherever you are in Canada, you’ll find the view from the ground is phenomenal. But the view from the air is breath-taking, and a helicopter is the best way to reach remote, private spots that are inaccessible by conventional aircraft and too far flung for driving. So let a chopper whisk you off to go whale watching in Johnstone Strait or bathing in the untouched beaches of the Broughton Archipelago and the West Coast. Then heli over to the quiet mainland fjords of the Inside Passage, followed by the alpine meadows and ice-blue glaciers of the Coast Range, Paint Pot, Silverthrone and Twin Lakes.