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Imagine having two guides and a helicopter at your disposal with unlimited skiing...
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"Time in the mountains should be shared with the people in your life that matter most." — Shannon Skouras
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we tackle the million-dollar topic of mixing skiing and relationships: are the struggles really worth the rewards?
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Our second heli-skiing week of the season at Ripley Creek is underway, with tons of fresh snow. Our guides are reporting a snowpack of 240cm at 1000m of elevation.
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In March 2015, Red Bull athletes Mark McMorris, Mikkel Bang and Nicolas Müller came to Ripley Creek to shoot for |IN MOTION|. Here is a sample of what they got.
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"Why do we ski? Because it's fun. Pure and simple." — D'Arcy Mcleish
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Why do you ski? What is it that drives you to get out there in the cold and feel the wind in your face?
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What you need to know about tree wells — A ski patroller's advice.
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Tree wells are one of the larger risks associated with skiing and riding in the trees. Here are some tips to keep you safe on your next powder day.
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Feeling tiny on a glacier located near our Ripley Creek base.
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Ever thought of becoming a heli ski guide? Follow this interview with Cliff Umpleby, onboard the Last Frontier Heliskiing crew for the past 15 years.
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we reach behind the curtain and speak with Cliff Umpleby, a heli ski guide of 19 years and now our Assistant Director of Operations.
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In March 2015, Red Bull athletes Mark McMorris, Mikkel Bang and Nicolas Müller came to Ripley Creek to shoot for |IN MOTION|. Here is a sample of what they got.
Read more: http://bit.ly/1nk5xkH
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"Why do we ski? Because it's fun. Pure and Simple" - D'Arcy Mcleish.
 
"Why do we ski? Because it's fun. Pure and simple." — D'Arcy Mcleish
Read more: http://bit.ly/1PBioWl

Photo: Dave Silver.
Why do you ski? What is it that drives you to get out there in the cold and feel the wind in your face?
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Great first days of the season at Ripley Creek. Meanwhile, we received some fresh snow almost every night at Bell 2 Lodge, making for really good skiing conditions in the trees. We are currently reporting a snowpack between 162cm and 230cm at 1,000m of elevation.

Daily Weather & Ski Reports: http://bit.ly/JIcTdy

Photos by: Steve Rosset Photography, Cliff Umpleby, Tyson Murphy, Mike Watling, Christian Neuhaus
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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.