Come Heli-Ski Alaska With SnowBrains and Pulseline Adventure This Spring

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PC: Gabe Monroe, Owner of Pulseline Adventures

Heli-skiing in Alaska is at the top of almost all skiers’ bucket lists. The thrill of the helicopter ride, the Warren Miller-esque terrain, and the legendary bottomless powder are the stuff dreams are made of. We want to make those dreams come true.

Miles Clark, professional freeskier, CEO and founder of SnowBrains will be guiding with Pulseline Adventure throughout spring and would love you to join him. Check out the video above of him skiing there this time last year. American freeskier Colby Stevenson, who just won silver in the Big Air at the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics, was also there in April of 2021 and shared the below footage. That could be you…

Deep in the Alaskan Chugach Mountains, Pulseline Adventure is one of only three heli-ski companies with access to forest service terrain that provides a “uniquely wind protected, highly glaciated” slice of the mountain range.

Pulseline Adventures caters to all ability levels and promises its guests terrain options matched to their ability level for the trip of a lifetime. Mostly unseen by the world, this area of the Alaskan backcountry is stacked with “copious amounts of snow pasted repeatedly onto some of the steepest and most aesthetic mountains in the world,” according to owner Gabe Monroe. Monroe is confident that the “nostril-deep powder” should make any skier comfortable and excited to tackle this type of terrain regardless of difficulty level.

The following dates are available:

  • March 5-11
  • March 19-26
  • April 2-9
  • April 9-16

For more details, please email We look forward to seeing you!

Miles Clark heli-skiing a spine at Pulseline Adventure in Valdez, Alaska, on April 16, 2021
Pulseline coming in for the drop. Credit: SnowBrains

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