Heliboarding and Heliskiing are a type of backcountry skiing / free-riding which involves a helicopter to access remote areas and slopes of virgin powder snow. A helicopter allows skiers and snowboarders to quickly reach the cherished peaks of the wild mountains, which previously seemed inaccessible and which cannot be quickly climbed in any other way.

A distinctive feature of heliskiing is incredible freedom in movement and in choosing a route, because every time a helicopter takes you to new snow slopes, where every next descent will not look like the previous one.

Heliskiing in Uzbekistan, full of vivid sensations and adventures, is becoming increasingly popular among skiers and snowboarders, from experienced freeriders to those who try to ride the powder for the first time.

In addition, heliskiing is organized in special areas, carefully studied and selected by professional guides for skiing with groups in order to minimize risks and make skiing safe. This allows skiers and snowboarders to enjoy the wild beauty of these places and the infinitely pleasant Heliskiing with a sense of security, regardless of the availability of special knowledge and experience in the mountains.

Western Tien Shan has excellent conditions for Heliskiing. This transboundary object is part of the Central Asian mountain system Tien Shan - one of the seven largest mountain ranges in the world. The height of various sections of the western Tien Shan varies from 700 to 4503 meters. This object is replete with diverse landscapes, which are characterized by extremely rich biodiversity. In 2016, this place was included in the UNESCO World Heritage list of natural sites in Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan. 

Ugam Range 

This mountain range in the Western Tien Shan system is located on the border of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. It departs to the southwest from the Talas Alatau. The length of the ridge is 115 km. The highest point (Mount Sairam) is located at an altitude of 4299 m. 

Pskem Range 

This is a mountain range in the Western Tien Shan on the territory of Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, the most powerful spur extending from the Talas range. The Pskem range is high throughout its length, its height decreases to the south-west. The main peaks of the Pskem ridge are: Beshtor - 4299 m (highest point), Aktyuyaulgen - 4224 m, Tavalgan - 3888 m, Piazak - 3718 m. Average height - 3200 m. 

Chatkal range 

This mountain range in the Western Tien Shan is located on the territory of the Tashkent region of Uzbekistan and the Jalal-Abad region of Kyrgyzstan. The Fergana Valley, bordering the north-west, has a length of about 200 km and a height of more than 3000 m, for example, Big Chimgan mountain, 3,309 m high, Kyzylnur mountain, 3,667 m high, and Okhotnichy (Aukashka) peak, 3,099 m high. At altitudes over 2000 m snow lies from November to May.

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