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  • Heli skiing fitness general conditions

    Posted by Bob S on 
    Monday, June 20, 2011

    As a beginner, it is very crucial to be physically ready before you go heli skiing. Being in form does not only lead to a more fluid body motion. It also increases your skiing skills and does them more fun to do. To coming in shape to gear you up on the tough demands of heli skiing calls for a lot of loyalty and discipline. If possible, do some hold in exercises for some weeks, or at least a month...

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  • Heli skiing Techniques and Styles

    Posted by Bob S on 
    Friday, June 17, 2011

    Those who are not that experienced in the heli skiing techniques and styles may feel a little confuse when they will see people at TV or in reality that are doing the movements different that they are used to do. This is because every people adopt the style that fits to his or her personality and abilities. Private group heliskiingSki carving, for example, is one of the most well known styles of s...

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  • blog post 198

    Posted by Bob S on 
    Friday, June 17, 2011

    This is a summary of the first post. This is typically a short, textual description of the post, no more than a few sentences.

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  • blog post 197

    Posted by Bob S on 
    Friday, June 17, 2011

    This is a summary of the first post. This is typically a short, textual description of the post, no more than a few sentences.

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  • The history of heli skiing

    Posted by Bob S on 
    Thursday, June 16, 2011

    Across the time, heli skiing as a sport suffered three major changes that influenced it a lot. Heli skiing has started in 1965 in the Bugaboo Mountains of British Columbia, when a mountain guide and Austrian immigrant to Canada, named Hans Gmoser, came up with this idea. He previously experimented for a couple of years with the helicopter the landing on terrains that were good for skiing, in the f...

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  • Getting it Going with Heliskiing

    Posted by Bob S on 
    Wednesday, June 15, 2011

    If you are pretty bored about the traditional skiing and the old and totally knew terrain you can try something a little more extreme such as cat skiing or heliskiing, or skiing with helicopter. The last one is considered the ultimate adventure in the domain of skiing. Bed and breakfast CanadaThere are a lot of consecrated places that are offering heliskiing services. Yet, there are a lot of thing...

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  • Bad weather and down-days in Heli skiing

    Posted by Bob S on 
    Wednesday, June 15, 2011

    No matter how less knowledge you have about helicopters you would probably imagine that they need some very good weather conditions to fly across the mountains without to encounter any risks. But what happens when you have a really bad weather day and you still want to heli ski? Let’s talk a little about the helicopters used in heli skiing. There‘s now quite a range of helicopters used to practice...

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  • An Introduction and Some Tips to Heli Ski

    Posted by Bob S on 
    Tuesday, June 14, 2011

    Heli skiing, short for helicopter skiing, is one of the most adrenaline pumping winter sports ever invented. However, make no mistake about it. The sport requires intensive technical and physical training, so it should not be performed by rookie skiers. Heli-skiing is about going higher than you could ever go on foot, and ski down with great speed and finesse. It is an extreme sport that cannot be...

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  • Andrew W.K. joins the World Snowboarding Championships

    Posted by Bob S on 
    Friday, June 10, 2011

    When the globe’s best snowboarders congregate in Oslo next February, the American rock star and TV host Andrew W.K. will be in charge of bringing the house down. Every sound will be original; ranging from background songs to prize awards anthems. In other words: Andrew W.K. will be the voice of the contest. Igniting onto the international music stage with his big hit “Party Hard” ten years ago, An...

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  • No more Skiing in Aspen for the following weeks

    Posted by Bob S on 
    Thursday, June 09, 2011

    The warm weather in the upper mountains of Ajax has encouraged the Aspen Skiing Co. officials to shut down their facilities for these activities despite reopening during the past couple of weekends. With that said, there will be no skiing and no snowboarding during this month in this location. Heli boarding.Thanks to the warm weather, the remaining of the upper mountain snowpack has softened to a ...

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