Check Iceland off your bucket list with an epic week of heli-skiing fresh tracks, straight down to the shores of the Arctic at the stunning and brand new Deplar Farm.
YOU DON'T HAVE TO ROUGH IT IN ICELAND. STAY AT DEPLAR FARM INSTEAD.
Iceland is at the top of a lot of bucket lists right now, and it's easy to see why. There's just something immensely alluring about a place that has long been devoid of tourists and has so much untouched natural beauty.
The newly opened Deplar Farm is perfect for finally checking Iceland off your list. The outpost is contemporary and comfortable, and right in the middle of the winter action. With over 1,500 square miles of terrain including many uncharted runs within your reach, experienced guides will choose slopes appropriate for your group’s skill level, ranging from intermediate to expert. In case you're not one for sliding downhill on a pair of sticks, there are plenty of other things to do in Iceland—including visit the friendly local horses, take a dip in the hot springs, and photograph the famous waterfalls near Reykjavik.
The number one reason to visit Iceland in the winter is simple: the heli-skiing, of course! Imagine mountains untouched by anyone, not this season, but ever. From steep couloirs to mellow long descents ending on the shores of the Arctic Ocean, the skiing on Northern Iceland’s Troll Peninsula is filled with vast and exciting terrain. Experience the magic of standing on breathtaking peaks and seeing the view from the top of the world. There will be nothing but the sound of your own breath and the beating of the helicopter's wings as the pilot expertly tips the machine off the side of the peak to meet you at the bottom for another lap. No lift-ticket-toting tourists, no distractions. Just you, blue sky, blue ocean, and a sea of white before you as the ultimate canvas to leave your mark.
Deplar Farm is contemporary and comfortable, and right in the middle of the action. With over 1,500 square miles of terrain including many uncharted runs within your reach, our experienced guides will choose slopes appropriate for your group’s skill level, ranging from intermediate to expert.
"Plan to ski or snowboard 2,500-3,500 vertical feet per day. Every foot is guaranteed to boast breathtaking views of vast mountains, sea, and sky."
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