Since 2004, Kamchatka Heliski Team have shared their love for skiing and wide-open spaces by organising holidays for all those who are passionate about skiing. The Team, which pioneered heli-skiing trips to Kamchatka, came together thanks to a chance meeting between two insatiable skier-adventurers: Marco GAIANI, who holds the reins at Heliski Russia, and Nikolay VESELOVSKIY, at Vertikalny Mir.
Their motto? Never stop skiing!
Virgin wilderness, perfect powder and breathtaking scenery… Kamchatka is all that and more, every skier’s dream. Heliski Russia makes this dream come true by offering outstanding ski trips with high-quality services.
Working in association with the Russian company Vertikalny Mir, nothing is left to chance; each trip’s logistics are organised down to the smallest detail to ensure your holiday is pure pleasure.
Heliski Russia’s French, Scandinavia, Swiss and Russian guides and pilots are much more than a team; they are an international family. Chosen for their singular personalities and love of sharing, every member of our team is both professional and dedicated. They will choose the best slopes and summits to ski, adapting each day’s programme so you can explore all the different facets of this exceptional land.
Tél : +33 681 297 793
Marco has been a qualified mountain guide since 1996 and is a member of the Chamonix Guides Company, a ski instructor and an instructor at France’s National Skiing and Mountaineering School (ENSA).
His inquisitive nature and love of wild places has led him to ski and climb many of the world’s most beautiful mountains, but Kamchatka is where his heart lies.
Tél : +33 607 422 327
Sophie is the lynchpin of Heliski Russia. In other words, it is Sophie who deals with the organisational, administrative and marketing side of the company’s operations. She will be your contact throughout the preparation phase of your trip.
Nikolay is a Russian heli-ski guide and Mr Vertikalny Mir. He never stops and is omnipresent on every front.
Swedish mountain guide (UIAGM): a globetrotting skier who has skied throughout the world.
Swedish mountain guide (UIAGM): when he’s not skiing he escapes to the sea, skippering yachts in the Baltic.
French mountain guide (UIAGM): a former professional skier and founder of a film production company.
French ski instructor: his love of being in the mountains is contagious.
French mountain guide (UIAGM): a Greenland specialist who also makes regular trips to Kamchatka.French ski instructor: his love of being in the mountains is contagious.
Finnish mountain guide (UIAGM): a free spirit, he skis, snowboards, climbs and skydives.
Swiss mountain guide (UIAGM): a member of a professional mountain rescue team, he is conscientious and full of energy.
American mountain guide (AMGA): he knows Alaska and Antarctica like the back of his hand.
French mountain guide (UIAGM): always on the go – when he puts his skis away, he teaches judo.
French mountain guide (UIAGM): a great professional with years of experience gained throughout the world.
German mountain guide (UIAGM): reserved and conscientious, but a fountain of strength.
Russian mountain guide (RMGA): a native of Kamchatka, his love for the area is infectious.
Russian mountain guide (RMGA): born and bred in Kamchatka, he has wandered among the area’s volcanoes since he was a child.
Russian mountain guide (RMGA): he is from Sochi and one of the first guides in Russia to get ski guide certification on a splitboard.
Russian mountain guide (RMGA): the pillar of the team, just as much at home in the Caucasus as in Kamchatka.