New York, NY – September 12, 2005 Canadian Mountain Holidays (CMH) – the world’s largest Heli-Skiing company – is introducing new, shorter trips to four more of its lodges. In response to popular demand and the success of last year’s first ever “Long Weekends of Heli-Skiing” trips to Revelstoke, CMH is expanding the alternatives for those who want to experience Heli-Skiing but reduce their time away from home and/or the cost. Trips for 2005/2006 are as follows:

Monashees: 4 day trips: Dec. 14-18 and Dec. 18-22, CAN $3766/person (US $2861*)
Some of CMH’s most challenging terrain – with steep pitched runs and 60-90% tree skiing, this is for experienced Heli-Skiers.

Gothics: 4 day trip: Dec. 10 -14, CAN $3,398/person (US $3179*)
One of CMH’s most diverse areas — offering an excellent variety of terrain in the Northern Selkirk and Monashee mountains.

Cariboos: 5 day trips: Dec. 28 – Jan. 2 and Jan. 2 – 7, CAN $4262/person (US $3589*)
This area in the Cariboo Mountains with high, north-facing glaciers, wide endless alpine runs, and good tree skiing has consistently high snowfall.

Kootenay: 5 day trip: March 18 – 23, CAN $5,444/person (US $4584*)
Skiing for strong, aggressive skiers in the Selkirk and Monashee mountain ranges.

* US $ prices are approximate and based on currency conversion rates at the time of this release’s publication