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Archive for March, 2017

How to breath in POW

Publicerad: 22 March, 2017 av Jaan Oldin |

Ski News 21 March, 2017

This is how you breath in POW, face shot after face shot of dry blow POW. Our heliskiing guests consider skiing untouched piles of fresh powder the ultimate goal, the Holy Grail, and so do we. But with such great gift from Mother Nature comes the big obstacle of sipping air (unless you’ve powderpigged so much that you’ve developed some sort of gills).  So how do you breathe while being in the “white room” without suddenly turning blue and having to put a halt to incredible line you were so looking forward to ski and impress your mates with. Our friends at Great Canadian Heli Ski decided to put together a video to show you just how to breath in POW, so enjoy and remember if you get inspired and want to try your breathing technique in POW we got the stuff. This spring we still take booking for Iceland and Alaska and all of our other lodges now take booking for season 2017/2018.

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Early booking heliskiing discount

Publicerad: 13 March, 2017 av Charlotta Lyon |

Ski News, 13 March 2017

Just like every year Northern Escape Heli-Skiing in BC, Canada, offer an amazing deal – early booking heliskiing discount.  Save BIG $$$

Book before April 30  to receive your deal. You save between 500 and 1500$ on the classic package,  depending if you book the 3 day or 7 day package.

More details about Northern Escape and contact us to book.

… and… don’t forget to bring your snorkel

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Top five reasons to choose British Columbia – Northern Escape Heli-Skiing

Mammoth Snowfall!  It is epic and deep – it is the stuff of dreams!

Guaranteed Vertical  Vertical guarantees range from 13,100 meters for 3 Days and 30,500 meters for 7 Days.

Zero Down Days  Three SnowCats are always on stand-by. If you constantly get snow like NEH does, you can’t always fly. But with back-up you are guaranteed to ski every day.

One of the largest ski areas in the World  A vast and varied terrain, over 7000 square kilometers. Endless opportunities for first descents every day in our spectacular heliskiing and heliboarding terrain. Runs often begin high in the alpine, featuring huge open glaciers, and end with long descents through old growth forests to the valley floor.

Very easy access  25 minutes drive from Terrace airport services with numerous daily flights from Vancouver, BC, where we meet you at the airport and take you to the lodge.

 

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