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Little is required to ensure that this trio of K2 girls, Amie Engerbreson, McKenna Peterson and Lexi duPont, have a good time while road tripping through Alaska in an RV. Try throwing in big mountains, Valdez Heli-Ski Guides and ladies that were raised to rip.
Strong skiing takes year-round attention
Strong skiing takes year-round attention.
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Lexi DuPont, Amie Engerbretson and McKenna Peterson take on the Chugach with Valdez Heli-Ski Guides
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Getting after it in the warmer months.

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If you were eating breakfast and got a call for a free heli trip, what would you do? Probably call the fastest ride you could think of.
Colorado Ski Museum Reenactors
Climb to Glory, a documentary about the creation and legacy of the 10th Mountain Division and their feats during World War II, was released at this red carpet event in Denver, Colorado. Seven members of the original 10th Division were in attendance as honorary guests. Wish of a Lifetime, a foundation dedicated to granting wishes to the senior citizens, hosted the event along with the Colorado Ski Museum. All proceeds to the sold out show went to the Wish of a Lifetime foundation. The night was based around honoring the WWII veterans that fought for our country, and shaped our ski industry to be what it is today.
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When Chris Patterson gets behind a camera, magical things happen. That's why he's the Director of Photography for Warren Miller Entertainment. Check out his Instagram photos while filming Seth Wescott and Rob Kingwill at Valdez Heli-Ski Guides for Warren Miller's 64th ski movie, coming Fall 2013.
House of Air
Warren Miller narrator Jonny Mosely has been busy this summer. He’s helped turn a former airplane hanger in San Francisco in to an indoor trampoline park. The House of Air, which opened in late September, is a training facility for athletes as well as families, kids and local trampoline enthusiasts. The hangar is separated into several different spaces, including a kid-specific area and a court designed for sports like trampoline dodge ball. Its biggest area is the Matrix, 42 conjoined trampolines that add up to a bounce space bigger than a basketball court. For more information check out http://houseofairsf.com