Getting High: Jasper Heli Tours
See Jasper National Park and the Canadian Rockies from the Air, and Have a Unique Wedding!
If you came here thinking this was about anything other than natural highs you can get in Jasper National Park, specifically the kind of amazing adrenaline high you get from zipping over it in a top-notch helicopter, well, you came to the wrong place. But hey! Don’t stop reading! Jasper heli tours are a truly mind-blowing experience that everyone, whether they’re in their right mind or not, should experience.
There are several different kinds of heli tours in Jasper National Park. Sure, you can just sit back and enjoy some of the best scenery you’ll ever see in the world, snapping photos that the folks back home will drool over. Just the ride alone is good fuel for any adrenaline junky.
But Japser helicopter tours also offer the chance to use the ‘copter as a sort of super-taxi, taking you to remote corners of the Canadian Rockies that are very hard to reach on foot, and allowing you to not just see, but feel some really unique terrain.
This includes heli-tours that take you to amazing places to go hiking, skiing and snowboarding, hold an unforgettable wedding ceremony, and even do some really inspiring yoga!
Now, this may sound like an expensive proposition. And at $500-600, it doesn’t seem cheap. But hey, if you cut out just a few things for a while, like expensive coffee, cigarettes, desserts that you know are bad for you… You get the picture. You could easily nickle and dime this money away over the course of a year, and get nothing from it save poorer health, or you could go for an inspiring heli tour that you’ll remember the rest of your life.
Speaking of memorable experiences, for those who want their wedding to be a once-in-a-lifetime event, hiring a helicopter tour can make it happen. Imagine having your wedding in Jasper with the stunning mountains of the Canadian Rockies in Jasper National Park as a backdrop. Now imagine the majestic views you could enjoy and the spectacular photos it would make if you had your wedding on top of those mountains?