Heli Tours & Activities A summer of Wiegele World
Although the perfect snow and unlimited terrain that surrounds Blue River are what brought Mike Wiegele here in 1970, the region’s natural beauty in summer continues to inspire. We’re proud to call this home, year round, and we invite you to share summer with us.
A bird’s eye view High flying
In summer, a helicopter is undeniably the most spectacular way to see the stunning alpine scenery of the majestic Monashee and Cariboo Mountain ranges. We offer three tour options that soar over the bright blue and emerald green of alpine lakes hidden among the towering peaks and glaciers. Or go even further, by visiting our Grizzly Hut.
Alpine Lake Tour
18 minutes | 4 guests
$429 per helicopter
Cariboo Glacier Tour
24 minutes | 4 guests
$569 per helicopter
Grizzly Hut Tour
30 minutes | 4 guests
$719 per helicopter
Our Heli Village is located on the serene bank of Eleanor Lake. Visitors can enjoy the perimeter trail, or soak up the sun and swim at the Don Forsythe Memorial Beach house and Blue River Community Park. Canoes and SUPs are available at the Front Desk.
We rent a variety of toys to help you get the most out of summer. Whether you’re on the water, cruising around town, or enjoying the courts, we’ve got you covered with canoes, SUPs, bikes, and gear.
Blue River is surrounded by a vast network of single and doubletrack mountain bike trails, as well as logging roads for you to explore.
Groups of 10 to 55 can enjoy the thrill of a Jet Boat tour that will have you skimming across glacier fed rivers, surrounded by wildlife and towering scenery.
There are 2 golf courses to choose from near Blue River located in Valemount and Blackpool that explore the diverse landscape and unique scenery.
Nature next door Provincial Parks
British Columbia is world-renowned for it’s awe-inspiring natural beauty, and some of the province’s finest parks are located just outside Blue River: Wells Gray Park, Murtle Lake, Mount Robson Provincial Park, Finn Creek Provincial Park, Mud Lake Provincial Park. Come explore Beautiful British Columbia.