Got a case of the Mondays? This video from Last Frontier will help get you through the day!
What does it take to prepare and maintain 11 heliski lodges worth of gear, food, accommodations & helicopters for the upcoming season? Here’s the answer-
We’re a few weeks away from peak Steelhead fishing in Southeast Alaska. But I’ve been logging serious hours on the river this winter hoping to feel the weight of a chromer. The hope continues… Drake is busy shuttling skiers, snowboarders & gear around the mountains surrounding Haines, and I’m heading into the backcountry later this [...]
Check out this incredible video of heliskiing in Valemount in early March. I’m not sure how the heli was even able to land and take off without disappearing… Not only did British Columbia have a phenomenal 2012 season, but eleven of the heliskiing areas we work with in BC are extending 2010 pricing for the [...]
The glaring sunshine and 30 feet of snow was too tempting to resist Tuesday morning. Three of us headed out at 7am for some laps at an easy access spot by snowmachine. All desk jockeys, we had a 1pm deadline to return to our respective offices. We could get 1500′ shots of perfect powder through [...]
I just returned from the Wild and Scenic Film Festival sponsored by our local Watershed Council in Haines. An incredible evening of film, food and Haines Brewing Company beer. Highlights included “Eastern Rises” with monster Kamchatka Peninsula Rainbows gobbling deer-hair mice. Another highlight was 6 year old Griffin Culbeck’s comment during “Scattered Flurries”, a short [...]