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Report from April 19, 2021
We were looking for high elevations and north faces.
The guides found both and it was off to the races.
Guide Jason Champion picked out multiple big open faces for ripping high-speed arcs and we took advantage.
The snow was fresh, powdery, and you stayed on top allowing for fast sliding.
The views at these higher elevations are nuts.
Hanging glaciers, impossible spines, huge valley glaciers, crevasse fields, and even the ocean lurked at every turn.
The runs we skied were steep, smooth, and long.
In the afternoon we skied down one of the valley glaciers towards the ocean for about three miles just cruising and taking in the ever-changing views of monstrous peaks and ice doing wild things.
Pulseline’s guides have over 100-years of combined experience heli-skiing in the Chugach Range, AK.
They know this range and they know how to find the good snow leaving you to sit back and enjoy the ride.
We can’t wait to come back and shred with this crew next season.
Thanks, Pulseline, and thanks for being carbon neutral on this Earth Day.