Heli-Skiing in Nepal

5 Days

Experience the ultimate thrill of heli-skiing in Nepal, where adventure meets breathtaking landscapes and untouched powder snow in the world’s highest mountains. Nepal is like a Nestled in the majestic Himalayas, offers a unique opportunity to access remote slopes that are otherwise inaccessible. Heli-skiing takes your skiing experience to new heights as you soar above rugged terrains in a helicopter, enjoying panoramic views of snow-capped peaks. Land on pristine peaks, prepare to descend into untouched wilderness, and carve your way through deep powder snow. Nepal’s heli-skiing locations cater to a range of abilities, from intermediate to expert level, with steep descents, open bowls, and tree runs. In addition to the exhilarating skiing experience, immerse yourself in the warm hospitality and rich culture of the Himalayan people.

At HST Adventures, we specialize in providing exceptional heli-skiing expeditions in some of Nepal’s most renowned mountain ranges. Our carefully curated destinations include Mt. Annapurna, Mera Peak, Himlung, Dhawalagiri, and the Langtang region, ensuring a wide range of options for our esteemed clientele.

When it comes to Mera Peak, our heli-skiing expeditions are available throughout the year, except during the summer season. This flexibility allows skiers to embark on thrilling descents and explore untouched slopes in a variety of seasons, taking advantage of optimal snow conditions. For those seeking the ultimate heli-skiing experience in the Annapurna region, we offer expeditions specifically during the pre-spring season. 

Known for professionalism and expertise, HST Adventures boasts a team of highly skilled and certified professionals. The team’s wealth of experience ensures that every heli-skiing expedition is executed flawlessly, prioritizing safety and providing an unparalleled adventure for clients. Equipped with state-of-the-art gear and equipment, HST Adventures leaves no stone unturned in delivering top-notch experiences to their clientele. When it comes to heli-skiing and mountaineering, HST Adventures stands out as a trusted and reliable choice.

In addition, HST Adventures has also organized several ski expeditions in Europe too. This global reach showcases the company’s versatility and ability to offer thrilling adventures in diverse mountain ranges.


HST Adventures, led by CEO Mr. Krish Thapa, is a renowned name in the world of heli-skiing and mountaineering. With extensive experience as an international instructor and mountain guide, Mr. Thapa has led extraordinary high-altitude expeditions, including helicopter skiing in Nepal and Europe. The company, based in the UK, has established itself as a leading organizer of ski expeditions in some of the most challenging mountains in Nepal


Day 1:
Arrival in Kathmandu (1,350m/4,428ft) transfer to Hotel
Day 2:
Trip preparation and briefing at KTM.
Day 3:
Fly to Pokhara and also fly to Annapurna Base camp

Heli-skiing in Annapurna

Day 4:
Fly back to KTM from Pokhara
Day 5:
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When is the best time to go skiing in Nepal?

The best time for skiing in Nepal is typically during the winter months, from December to February. During this period, the weather is cold, and the mountains receive abundant snowfall, creating ideal conditions for skiing. However, it’s important to check the weather and snow conditions before planning your trip, as they can vary each year.

Are there ski resorts or facilities available in Nepal?

Nepal is still developing as a skiing destination, and while there are no dedicated ski resorts in the country, there are facilities and services available for skiing enthusiasts. Most ski trips in Nepal are organized by trekking agencies or adventure tour operators who provide experienced guides, equipment rental, and logistical support for skiing expeditions. These agencies can arrange ski trips in various regions, ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience for visitors.

What are the skill levels required for skiing in Nepal?

Skiing in Nepal caters to a range of skill levels, from beginners to advanced skiers. However, it’s important to note that Nepal’s ski areas are known for their challenging terrain, and many slopes require intermediate to advanced skiing abilities. Steep descents, varying snow conditions, and high altitudes can make skiing in Nepal more demanding compared to other popular skiing destinations. It is recommended that beginners or less experienced skiers take lessons or hire experienced guides to ensure safety and enjoyment on the slopes.

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Heli-Skiing in Nepal