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Stewart got the brunt of last week's snowstorm. Here are a few photos of our Ripley Creek base before temps rose at sea level. The snow continues to build in the alpine over the past few days.

Date: January 14, 2017 | Photo: Mike Watling
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Last January, Talented action sports photographer Geoff Holman and his close-knit team made their way up to our Stewart base – Ripley Creek.
See full gallery here: http://bit.ly/2jxcldn
Ripley Creek Adventures [January 2016]. In January 2016 Geoff Holman, John Holman, Todd Avison and Adam Benson drove over 1300km from Southern BC to spend a few days shredding deep trees in Stewart. By the looks of the photos, this tight knit crew had a blast. We look forward to having them ...
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Taking great photos during a heliski trip can be a challenge. Here are 4 tips to help you better capture your next heliski vacation. |📋 & 📷 by Vince Shuley

In order to give you the best chance of bringing home the banger shots, here's some pointers on taking photos on a heliski trip.
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Gearing up for the last run of the day under a golden sun.
📷 by Jonny Simms, January 4, 3016.
More images: http://www.lastfrontierheli.com/galleries/
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If December is any indication of the rest of the winter, the ❄️ early season conditions ❄️ are full of promises this year.
📷 Cliff Umpleby
http://www.lastfrontierheli.com/news/5179/december-ski-conditions-update/
An update of the ski conditions at Bell 2 lodge at the end of December, 2016. To sum up - it's been epic. Read more here:
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With more than 150cm of accumulated snowfalls since December 16, we are off to an amazing season start.
5 Day Forecast: www.lastfrontierheli.com/weather.php
📷 Cliff Umpleby & Paul Hassauer
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From Dec.10 to Dec 16, 19 guides, 5 pilots and 4 engineers, 6 chefs, and a whole host of support staff participated in our annual pre-season training. It an important time where skills are refreshed and new techniques are practiced. The guiding team spent a few days in the mountains to assess snow conditions and staged several rescue scenarios
Our snowpack is looking good with a solid base of 230cm at 1500m, and over 90cm of fresh snow that’s fallen since Friday 16th.

Full recap of the training week:
http://bit.ly/2hMBdAb

📷 by Aurelien Sudan
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We've had over 100 cm of storm snow in the past few days. Skiing's been a blast!

January 15, 2017, Photos: Steve Rosset 
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It’s been a great start of the winter, and with a lot more ❄️️ on the forecast, we’re very excited for what lies ahead.
Get a full recap of our early season here: http://bit.ly/2j85nhJ
📷 Jonny Simms
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It's been a good past few days up here in the Skeena Mountains! The cold temps and recent snowfalls gave us great fluffy, low density ❄ in the Southwestern parts of our terrain.
5 Day Forecast: www.lastfrontierheli.com/weather.php

📷 by Jonny Simms, January 7, 2017.
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The last week of 2016 gifted us with excellent ski conditions from peaks to valley bottoms, bluebird skies and over 50cm of new snow.

We still have some seats available for 2017. Inquire here: http://www.lastfrontierheli.com/enquiry.php

📷 Michael Brackenhofer
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No Shortage of Magic, Here in the North.
Merry Christmas.
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Go Beyond.
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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 snow conditions.

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. 
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