Wilderness Heliski. Photo by Trevor Streat.

Wilderness Heliskiing - Mount Cook, NZ

Wilderness Heliskiing at Mt Cook offers an escape from the crowds and queues of the Queenstown heliski scene.

Here at Mount Cook we have hundreds of square kilometers of untamed, remote mountain wilderness - what you expect NZ heliskiing to be about.

Sole Access to Aorak Mount Cook National Park

Wilderness Heliski has exclusive access to world heritage status Mt Cook National Park and the big glaciated peaks of the region.

Beginner to Expert Terrain and Great Service

We are all about small groups, friendly professional guides, and vast expanses of untracked mountains.

Wilderness Heli offers more expert terrain, and higher and longer runs than Queenstown and Wanaka region.

Discover the Wilderness Heliski difference ›


Operating: 01 July - 30 September 2014

Heliski packages2014 Packages and Prices | Wilderness Heliski ›

Book our standard 5-run day, or get multi-day discounts. Fly to Mt Cook on our Ex-Queenstown package. We specialise in private charter heliskiing, and film crew support.


Our exclusive terrain in mt Cook National Park. The Terrain | Mt Cook National Park and beyond ›

Runs for beginner to expert heliskiers and boarders - with 200 heliski runs over 5 mountain ranges, and 1500 square kilometres of mountains...


Wilderness Heliski. Professional heliski guidesMeet your Professional Guiding team ›

Our terrain demands the best in the business. All Wilderness Heli guides are professionals - qualified mountain and ski guides. A great mix of kiwi hospitality and international experience.



link to NZHOG siteWilderness Heliskiing is a member of the NZ Heliski Operators Group.

WildernessHeli Snow Conditions Report Mount Cook Web Cam
ウィルダネス・ヘリスキー Japanese Wilderness Heliski Page

Wilderness Heliskiing is guided by New Zealand's heli skiing pioneers Alpine Guides (Aoraki) Ltd,

Our extensive terrain lies at the heart of the Southern Alps - Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park.


The not so ordinary "standard day" features 5 runs amongst some of NZ's most outrageous high-alpine terrain.