High Mountain Heli-Skiing has been flying in western Wyoming for thirty-eight years. Although things have changed in town, and at the nearby resorts of Grand Targhee and Jackson Hole, HMH is still shuttling people to untracked powder in the Snake River and Hoback Ranges.

HMH is a friendly, casual operation befitting its Wyoming roots, but they take their powder hunting seriously. The daily operations of HMH allow skiers the flexibility to choose to heli-ski just one or two days of a Jackson Hole trip, and stay at any nearby hotel of their choosing. HMH operates early morning shuttles to transport skiers to one of its two bases. Depending on which range you ski, the shuttles arrive at Teton Springs Lodge, Victor, on the west side of Teton Pass, or at the Snake River Sporting Club on the east side.

For anyone looking to add some guaranteed untracked powder to a Wyoming ski trip, or to realize the thrill of heli-skiing without the financial commitment of a full week, HMH is a great option.

If you go:

Travel: Fly into Jackson Hole Airport, approximately 35 minutes from Teton Village, or Idaho Falls Airport, 90 miles from Jackson or 70 miles from Victor, ID

Basic package: HMH is a daily operation, however, they do offer a few packages including the Heli-Ski Get-A-Way package in Victor, ID;

$1499 per person, double occupancy at Teton Springs Resort; includes 3 nights in a Deluxe Lodge room with continental breakfast each morning.

  • 1 day (6 runs) guided heli-skiing with High Mountain Heli-Skiing.
  • 1 day lift service skiing at Grand Targhee Resort.

Years in Business: Thirty-eight

Size of Tenure: 305,000 acres

Snowfall: 400 inches


Size of Group: Six people in a group; one guide and five guests

Guarantee: Daily operation, any unused portion canceled due to weather is refunded

How They Charge: A full day (six runs) goes for $1150 per day. Extra runs possible for $95 each, time and conditions depending.