Chris Anthony



From 1990 – present Chris Anthony competed as well as been guiding in the Alaskan Chugach Mountain range. During that time Chris skied in 10 World Extreme Skiing Championships from 1990-2000 where he recorded several individual day wins. In 1995 he scored highest run point up to that point setting new standard. The following year he won 1996 “Alaskan Extreme Skiing Championship”

As the Chugach started to open up to the public Chris Anthony was immediately involved with some of the early helicopter skiing outfits. He guided out of “Chugach Powder Guides” for 7 years before being invited to Cordova Alaska by Points North owner and operator Kevin Quinn. Chris has been guiding there since 2000


For over two decades, the Chugach Range has proven to be a premier destination for helicopter skiing. Accessed by ferry or plane, Cordova is unlike any other community in the state. Alaska Airlines flies into Cordova twice daily from Seattle and Anchorage. Upon arrival, Chris or a PNH Team member will greet you and help with your luggage. A twenty minute shuttle ride with a quick stop at the beverage store on the way to base camp offers many opportunities to see bald eagles, moose and the small town of Cordova.

With over 2000 square ski-able miles available out the front door, there is more terrain than one could ski or ride in a lifetime!


PACKAGE:  $6,250
February 23 – March 2
            April 14 – 21st

Our lodging is all-inclusive located directly on the waters edge of the Orca Inlet. All of our aircraft are a few steps away from your room eliminating the drive to the heli port each day. 

  • 7 DAYS / 7 NIGHTS
  • 4 HELI – HOURS
  • Unlimited vertical each fly day (Guest average 8 – 11 runs a day)
  • Lodging: 7 Nights
  • All meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Transportation: Airport Shuttle and transportation to activates throughout the week.
  • Essential equipment provided (transceiver, BCA Float airbag/backpack, shovel, probe and harness)
  • The only operation in Cordova utilizing the Chugach Mountain Range (over 2000 square miles of terrain)