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