Over 80% of British Columbia's diverse terrain is inaccessible, thus making the helicopter the best way to see our spectacular waterfalls, canyons, mountains, valleys, and forests. Our region of British Columbia offers the adventurer, geologist and movie maker some of the richest wilderness grounds in the world. From striking mountains to glacial fed lakes, these tours create a memory that everyone should have in their lifetime.
Ever wonder what BC’s Northern capital looks like from the air? Join us for a flight-seeing tour of Prince George and the following features:
Prices: starting @ $125 per person based on minimum of three passengers.
Fort George Canyon was one of the major obstacles of the Fraser River in north central British Columbia. In the early 1900s sternwheelers had to be winched through this treacherous section of river while passengers had to get out and portage. Behold the stunning beauty of the perilous whirlpools and jagged rocks in this historically significant provincial park.
Prices: starting @ $125 per person based on minimum of three passengers or add to Prince George City Tour.
Gain a unique perspective of the rolling topography and diverse landscapes of the 40 km long Stuart River Eskers Complex. These long, sinuous gravel ridges were created when sand and gravel were deposited from the melt water channels of ancient glaciers that once blanketed this northern region.
Prices: starting @ $290 per person based on minimum of three passengers.
Indulge in a panoramic view of one of Prince George's most popular alpine areas. See the world famous Bowron Plantation en route to the old growth spruce forests, alpine meadows, glacial valleys and mountain cirques along the Rocky Mountain Trench (which extends approximately 1600 km (995 mi) from Flathead Lake, Montana, to the Liard River just south of the British Columbia-Yukon border).
Prices: starting @ $415 per person based on minimum of three passengers.
Take in the sweeping enormity of the Hart and Dezaiko Ranges. Not only will you see stunning alpine bowls, enticing alpine lakes, and distinctive limestone pinnacles and ridges, but also the nationally significant Fang Cave complex. This complex offers some of the best sporting caves in North America, including the ninth longest cave in Canada!
Prices: starting @ $495 per person based on minimum of three passengers.
Glimpse the location where Sir Alexander Mackenzie crossed the continental divide from the Peace River system into the Fraser River on his way to the Pacific Ocean over 200 years ago. His momentous overland trek included Arctic Lake, Pacific Lake, James Creek, McGregor Canyon, and the mighty Fraser River, as will your tour.
Prices: starting @ $575 per person based on minimum of three passengers.
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