Best of January 2013 at Mike Wiegele Helicopter Skiing

January 2013 was another fantastic month of heli skiing and heli boarding in the Cariboo and Monashee mountains. Mike Wiegele Helicopter Skiing guests came from all corners of the globe to experience our famous terrain and resort. Snowfall was steady, sunshine made a few appearances, stability was strong, and runs were skied that haven't been seen in many years. The 2012/2013 helicopter ski season continues along with February, March, and April still ahead! Here's the month of January in pictures! Photos taken by Certain Images [nggallery id=7]Read more
Heliskiing Spring Fever Pictures

Heliskiing Spring Fever Pictures

Wow, we have had an amazing spring so far in Blue River... I think it is only fair I take this opportunity for a quick shout-out to the Powder Gods  Thank you!  Lucky for us we have photographer extraordinaire John Schwirtlich to capture all our heliskiing fun. I put together a little Spring Fever gallery from the last few weeks for your viewing pleasure...enjoy! (click on thumbnail to view slideshow) [nggallery id=2]Read more

Powder You Can Dance To!

January has been an exceptional month for us in the Blue... So much fun, people are dancing - Seriously! Thanks to GoPro footage from guest Scott Turner and Lead Guide Tim McLean, I was able to throw together this fun little clip for your powder viewing pleasure.  Enjo y  Read more

A little heliskiing eye candy

It has been a tough snow year for some of you, with little or no powder to play in. So, I figured some Wiegele heliskiing eye candy may perk up your soul (either that or drive you mad with envy). So without further ado, check out these amazing shots captured by Lead Guide Tim McLean from this week's skiing...oh ya! (click on thumbnail to view larger image)Read more

A Guide’s Take on Fun & Safe Tree Skiing

'Tis the season for amazing tree skiing in the Blue... anybody that has been here in December and January can attest to how fantastic it truly is. So what is it, you ask, that makes it so? Well, I sat down with Lead Guide Bob Sayer and asked his take on the matter. Here is what he had to say: "It snows in Blue River. A lot! That means we often ski in the trees. First time heliskiers are often apprehensive about tree skiing while long time skiers look forward to it. Why is that? Well, first off, the best…Read more