Ruby Mountain Heli Skiing - I've been there three times. They run a nice, tight, smooth operation. They seem to have enough terrain that you don't come across other people's tracks until maybe 10 days after the last storm. As I recall it's not that steep and the length of the average run is (my guess) 2,000 feet. The lodge is great, the people are friendly. All in all, I recommend the Ruby Mountains as a great introduction to Heli-skiing. Pros-great snow, relatively intermediate skiing, 4 -5 skiers per helicopter, 3 day trips. Cons -limited Cat skiing. http://www.helicopterskiing.com/site.php?b=false
Wasatch Powder Guides - I've skied with them twice and attempted two other times (bad weather, no flying) Incredible awesome skiing. Cardiac Bowl is truelly phenomenal, it's so long that it became a major athletic feat just to ski to the bottom without stopping. The mix of skier abilities was a downside to that operation, which is probably similar to other day Heli-skiing outfits. http://www.powderbird.com/index.html
Other areas that I'm interested in are PNH http://alaskaheliski.com/ and Snowwater http://www.snowwater.com/snow.html
Any other reviews or comments out there about heliskiing?