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The Sky's the Limit

Hans Gmoser turned the skies into a lift, creating the sport's ultimate high.

Hans Gmoser's ski lift

Direct Flights, Easy Access to Canadian Heli-Skiing

Start planning a spring skiing adventure now with direct flights from Delta: The Kootenay Rockies region contains nine heli-skiing operations, perfect for pursuing powder.

CRANBROOK, B.C. – Feb. 16, 2009 – Ski season is underway and the powder is flying in Canada. Known as the birthplace of heli-skiing, the Kootenay Rockies Region is home to a plethora of heli-skiing operations and with new US air service from Delta, the time to take the plunge is now.

The Steep and Deep of CMH: Day 4

A heliskiing blog: Four days of deep powder and lavish living in the heart of the Monashees

In this 2003 skimag.com web exlusive, SKI Magazine senior editor Joe Cutts checks out Canadian Mountain Holidays' (CMH) newest lodge—and the steep and deep of the Canadian Monashees.

 We're pretty sure Woody Guthrie wrote "Big Rock Candy Mountain," but not 100 percent. It's Tuesday night at the lodge, and after a great day of skiing, most of us are at the bar. Donny's playing the mandolin, and P.A. is playing his Fender acoustic.

The Steep and Deep of CMH: Day 2

A heliskiing blog: Four days of deep powder and lavish living in the heart of the Monashees

Do Not Go Gentle

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Enthusiasts and promoters occasionally make the claim-inaccurately, I'm sorry to say-that skiing is a lifetime sport. If it were, a million more older people might be on the slopes.

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