Griffin Put up and Michelle Parker Shred the Large Stuff With Factors North Heli

In a shocking phase from the TGR movie ‘Magic Hour,’ Griffin Put up and Michelle Parker get a style of how large Alaska’s mountains actually are.

With regards to heli-skiing, Alaska is way and away the crown jewel vacation spot. And inside that crown jewel, at its very coronary heart (or truly, nearer to its shoreline) is Cordova. Famend for its steep mountain partitions, deep coastal powder, and big elevation positive factors, this space of Alaska is one thing of a ski mecca.

And that’s what introduced Griffin Put up and Michelle Parker there. The 2 professional skiers have been on a quest to search out one of the best of one of the best. In order that they (and their producers at TGR) contracted Factors North Heli, a information firm primarily based out of Cordova, to indicate them the place the candy spots are.

This phase from the TGR ski movie Magic Hour leaves you wanting extra. Each Put up and Parker scale pinnacle ridges and get dropped off on the prime of gut-churningly steep peaks. Then they, together with their information, drop into what seems like among the greatest snowboarding anybody’s ever carried out, wherever.

It’s arduous to not salivate while you watch these skiers slashing powder turns down sheer faces of untouched snow. If ever there was motivation to attempt heli-skiing, that is it. And when you occur to search out your self in Cordova in want of a information, you understand the place to go. Factors North Heli has among the greatest within the biz.

To see the total Magic Hour movie, head over to the TGR web site to take a look at the place you’ll be able to stream it. It’s definitely worth the watch.

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Will Brendza

By Will Brendza

Will Brendza is a author, journalist, {and professional} misfit primarily based out of Boulder, Colorado. Will grew up on the Western Slope of the Rocky Mountains, reenacting “Survivorman” episodes and learning books like “Hatchet,” “The Monkey Wrench Gang” and “Into the Wild”. He is written on matters starting from hashish to native information, the surroundings and, after all, out of doors gear and journey. If he isn’t banging tales out on his laptop, you’ll in all probability discover Will snowboarding or mountain biking (relying on the season)—or consuming beer at some distant craft brewery.

Subjects: Snowboarding, Winter

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