Flying Moose Chalet debuts heli-lounge for the ski season

Following its grand opening last year, The Flying Moose in Revelstoke, British Columbia, has added a heli-lounge to its guest amenities.

Flying Moose Chalet debuts heli-lounge for the ski season

Following its grand opening last year, The Flying Moose in Revelstoke, British Columbia, has added a heli-lounge to its guest amenities.

The heli-lounge enables guests to make the most of the ‘world’s most desired heli-skiing destination’.

Guests can head to the heli-lounge to join a morning stretch class and enjoy a coffee as they await the news on the weather, the day’s terrain selection, and pre-flight details, before hitting the slopes.

After a day of shredding Revelstoke Mountain Resort, the Chalet’s dedicated team awaits with a  Flying Moose signature cocktail, as the day’s adventures are streamed to a big screen surrounded by an accompanying soundtrack.

Custom-milled heated bench seating, spacious areas for hanging and drying personal gear, boot warmers, and a highly engineered air return system, all contribute to elevating the heli-skiing experience.

Accommodating up to seventeen guests, the chalet features an upper games room, fully stocked bar, expansive vaulted great room, fireside lounge, steam spa, and fitness and media room as well as a team of on-call private butlers, drivers, servers, and Executive Chef James Young.

FlyingMooseBC.com

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