Helicopter Tours
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Overview

Discover Invermere and the Columbia Valley from the air on this is a one-of-a-kind experience. With 5 different tour areas to explore from the air, you’ll be sure to get in some epic sightseeing and create memories to last a lifetime. Book your helicopter tour today and explore from new heights.

Lake Windermere Tour

Discover Invermere, Windermere Lake, and its beautiful Wetlands from above on this local helicopter tour experience.

  • 8 Minute Tour
  • Minimum 4 Passengers Required
  • $75 per person + GST

Mount Pinto Tour

Fly into the Western Range of the Rocky Mountains, and fly past Pinto Mountain – a popular lookout, high above the Columbia River Valley

  • 18 Minute Tour
  • Minimum 2 Passengers Required
  • $195 per person + GST

Delphine Glacier Tour

Wave at Panorama Resort while you climb West to the 11,000-foot peaks of Mount Delphine and its stunning glaciers

  • 30 Minute Tour
  • Minimum 2 Passengers Required
  • $295 per person + GST

Lake of the Hanging Glaciers Tour

Fly West towards the Jumbo Pass Cabin, Jumbo Mountain, and the Lake of the Hanging Glaciers – The name says it all!

  • 42 Minute Tour
  • Minimum 2 Passengers Required
  • $425 per person + GST

Will we see any animals/wildlife?

  • We can’t guarantee that you will see wildlife on the tours, but we often spot bears, goats, mule deer, moose, osprey and eagles.

Do I need to put my cellphone into “airplane mode” or turn it off?

  • No, there is no need to turn your cellphone off or into ‘airplane’ mode but you cannot use personal electronic devices during takeoff/landing.

Can I take photographs/videos?

  • Yes – we just ask that you don’t do so while loading/unloading the helicopter for safety reasons.

What should we wear?

  • There is no need for any special clothing for the tour flights – the helicopter has a heater and vents to control the temperature.

Is it safe?

  • All our aircraft are rigorously maintained and our pilots are very safety conscious – we do not fly aggressively or in a dangerous manner.

How high will we fly?

  • We normally fly 500-1,000ft above the ground but will fly around mountains that are up to 10,000ft high.

Does my child need to pay for a seat?

  • Children under the age of two sit on an adult’s lap and are free – aged two and over they need their own seat.

How many people can fly in the helicopter for a tour?

  • The helicopter can seat up to four passengers and one pilot.