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Nine Reasons Why Every Skier Should Go Heli Skiing

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 26, 2016 7:16:12 PM / by Sample HubSpot User posted in heli skiing

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Here we go a list of reasons to go heli skiing for the ones who are still are not 100% convinced if it’s is something for them to do. Please take your time and learn more about how awesome it is to go for this type of skiing adventure. Still not convinced about why you should go after reading these nine reasons why every skier should go heli skiing, fair enough you might just stick to the crowdie and touristic slopes.

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Required Skilevel For Heli Skiing Trip

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 24, 2016 5:34:53 PM / by Sample HubSpot User posted in heli skiing

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You don't have to be a skiing rock star to go heli skiing. It's not like the popular heli skiing videos  on the web where they drop you off on the steepest peak of the whole country and say good luck see you downstairs in a minute. However fact is, unfortunately for safety reasons not everybode is in the position to go heli skiing. The conditions and terrains vary from wide to narrow and from flat to steep. Snow conditions vary from hard to shoulder deep powder. We always do our best to find the best possible heli skiing trip that suits your level of skiing. 

The different levels below gives you insight about your capacity as a freerider.

Skilevel 1 - Tourist

You are a stable skier on the red and black slopes. Skiing in the powder is something you are occasionally trying, it’s just a little bit playing around in the powder besides the slopes.   

Skilevel 2 - Beginner

You are a steady skier who can handle all kind of slopes (including off-piste and not prepared slopes) and ski routes. You feel comfortable in not too steep (angle of <30 degrees) off-piste skiing while you still have a good overview of your surroundings. 

Skilevel 3 - Intermediate

You feel comfortable skiing in all types of slopes (off-piste and not prepared slopes) in diverse conditions. Up to 45 degrees off-piste you are a steady skier when the conditions are good. Riding between trees is something you are familiar with but there is still space to improve. Sometimes you have difficulties with certain snow types such as; ice and bruchharsh snow. Compact and hard snow conditions that has barely enough grip can be difficult for you.

Skilelevel 4 - Expert

You have a lot of technical knowledge and you feel more than comfortable skiing on steep terrain (45 degrees) in every kind of snow condition.

Skilevel 5 -Elite

You are a skiing rock star. In all conditions off-piste such as icy glaciers, steep terrain, poor visibility extreme snow types you are the skier who can certainly find your way down.

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Top 6 Alternative Activities During Ski Holiday

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 13, 2016 11:41:32 PM / by Sample HubSpot User posted in heli skiing

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Alternative Activities Ski Holiday

Nowadays a winter sport holiday does not include only skiing or snowboarding on the slopes, there are various alternative activities you can do to take your ski holiday to the next level. Whether these activities are on the mountains or far above them.


Here is a selection of 6 different activities you might consider for your next ski holiday.

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