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The Importance Of Radio Communication Within Our Operations

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Radio Communication At Last Frontier
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Our crew went to Pemberton Music Festival​ and had a grand time.
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The Last Frontier Heliskiing Crew goes to PembyFest to celebrate the off-season together.
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Cool! Too bad I didn't make it. :(
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Do you miss winter? Here's some ski stoke from @TetonGravity with the official trailer for Paradise waits.
‪#‎paradisewaits‬

See here: https://vimeo.com/134669449
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Is the Risk Worth The Reward? Interesting sit down on the topic of safety margins in the outdoors with adventurer of the year Will Gadd
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Will Gadd examines the root cause of outdoor accidents—and what it means to have a "margin."
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Discover here our collection of artistic black and white images captured over the years.
Photos by +Reuben Krabbe+Dave Silver Photography  & +Steve Rosset
Our photo gallery: http://bit.ly/1jGk7fE
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With epic mountain ranges covering vast amounts of land, British Columbia is a true Heaven for heliskiers.

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Canada has plenty of wide open space coast to coast, but it's the mountains of BC that set it apart for heliskiers
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How young is too young to start skiing?
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One dad's thoughts about teaching his daughter how to love skiing.
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Throwback: How did we choose our heliskiing tenure in Northern BC?
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How did we choose our heliskiing tenure? Enter Northern BC. Endless mountain ranges, a wild, untamed wilderness and the deepest snow you'll ever ski.
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7 Reasons to Quit your Job and Become a Ski Bum
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Ever dreamed of skiing every day? Quitting that job to be a ski bum? Me too. Here are some reasons why that's a GOOD idea.
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Cool! Why not?
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Gone too soon: learning from mountain legends
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What unites these mountain communities with a stronger bond than any other is the acceptance of death. Mountain legends are only human after all.
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Gear Advice: make sure to re-waterproof your technical clothing before ski season begins.
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One thing all ski bums know is that your fresh gore tex kit is going to get old one day and start leaking. You might not think it but there is a way to bring your outerwear back to life. We recomme...
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About Last Frontier Heliskiing

Since its inception in 1996, Last Frontier Heliskiing has been a pioneering force in Canadian Heliskiing and continues to be so.

> The largest single heliski area on the planet

> 100% small group heliskiing

> 2 base location to choose from

> Huge snowfalls = epic conditions

Last Frontier is one of the most northerly heliskiing destinations in British Columbia, providing guests with consistent and reliable snowfalls.

It operates from two bases, Bell 2 Lodge in the Skeena Mountains and from the Ripley Creek Inn, Stewart, BC. Both offer a breathtaking wilderness experience that leaves guests in awe.