Rockies Heli Canada

20 Cline River Heliport High-Way #11, Clearwater County

Fremont 12 Minute Coral Creek Exploration Tour for Four from Rockies Heli Canada (Up to 39% Off)

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Knowledgeable guides take adventurers high into the air, allowing them to explore Canada’s wonders from a bird’s-eye view

About This Deal

  • Helicopters must fly with 4 people alternate date or time may be required if helicopter is not full
  • Max weight of 800 lbs/group of four
  • People over 250 lbs may be required to pay an additional seat fee if over the max or a larger helicopter is required to fit the group

Fine Print

Promotional value expires 60 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Subject to weather. Voucher can be redeemed immediately; valid for daily tours during merchant’s operating hours. Reservation required; must be made by phone or email; when making the reservation; reference voucher. Present voucher on arrival. 5% GST, $4/seat landing feem and 5% tourism fee will be paid upon arrival. 24-hour cancellation notice required; cancellations must be sent via email and followed by a phone call. Voucher will be forfeited and redeemed if not canceled 24 hours prior to trip. Valid for 4, an additional 2 seats can be purchased to fill the 6 seats in the helicopter. Not valid on products. Cannot be combined with other offers. Max weight of 800 lbs/group of 4 or 1,100 lbs/group of 6. Persons over 250 lbs will be required to pay an additional seat fee of 50% of the base value. Limit 6 per person. Must use promotional value in 1 visit(s). Subject to availability. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Learn about Strike-Through Pricing and Savings

About Rockies Heli Canada

Your flight is a 12-minute Heli tour where we will fly you up the Cline River over to three spectacular glaciers. The Cline, Lion and Lioness Glacier then over Mt Elliot where you will get a bird’s eye view of Abraham Lake before landing back at base. (route based on weather conditions).