Non-stop tours and incredible views.
Alpine Heli Tours offers private helicopter tours departing from Animas Airpark in Durango, CO. Our non-stop tours give an incredible view of the city of Durango, lower and upper Animas River, and into the San Juan Mountains.
Explore the mountains – safely and comfortably.
View incredible mountain lakes, massive rock walls, and towering peaks from the comfort of a climate-controlled helicopter. Our pilots are trained for flight in the mountains ensuring customer safety and comfort throughout the entire adventure.
An incredible sight-seeing journey into the San Juan Mountains.
Our Premier Mountain Tour features an incredible sight-seeing journey from our base at Animas Airpark to nearly 11,000′ into the San Juan Mountains. You will have an incredible view of Engineer Mountain, Spud Lake/Mountain, the Needles, and so much more.
The descent is an incredible ride through the upper Animas Valley looking down to the D&SNGRR tracks in the valley below.
The Mountain Lake Tour is a look into Durango’s most famous mountain lakes. Beginning at Animas Airpark, the Mountain Lake Tour will take you over the beautiful town of Durango to Lemon Lake then to over 10,000′ as we jump over Vallecito Lake. You will have incredible views of the San Juan Mountains, vast mountain valleys, and dense evergreen forests.
The Animas City Tour is a great way to experience the art of flight without breaking the bank. Like our premier tours, the Animas City Tour begins at Animas Airpark only minutes from the heart of downtown Durango. While on the Animas City tour you will fly just above Lake Nighthorse, here you will have incredible views of the La Plata Mountains. We will then take an exciting descent down “Wild Cat Canyon” just over the City of Durango, then towards Turtle Lake and the remarkable red-rock cliffs that line the lower Animas River Valley. This is an incredible experience for all, and will showcase the beauty of our enchanting mountain town.
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