Our vast terrain is well suited to intermediate and expert skiers. Manali sits by the Beas river at an altitude of roughly 2000 m, surrounded by beautiful deodar cedar forests and huge peaks soaring to more than 6000 m. Under certain conditions we can ski to the valley floor through massive cedar forests, but most skiing takes place on long rolling ridge lines; through glades of birch and oak trees; down steep cirque bowls or on huge undulating glaciers. Both during and after storms the skiing in the trees is excellent.
The altitudes at which we ski vary depending on group fitness and ability, the interests of the group and the snow and weather conditions. Himalayaheliski has wonderful conditions at the same elevations as resorts in North America and Europe, but the opportunity exists to ski on what is truly the roof of the world. Most skiing takes place between high valley floors around 2700 m and ridges at 4700 m, with verticals averaging between 900 m and 1200 m. However, some of our most spectacular terrain is as high as 5000 m.
Himalayaheliski INVITES YOU TO A HELI-SKIING EXPERIENCE LIKE NO OTHER.