- by Social Media
- Sunday August 21, 2016
Could you Repeat That?!
Every summer, guides of Great Canadian Heli-Skiing head to the backcountry to make sure our heli programs run smoother than a glacier run on a bluebird day. That means anything from brush clearing, scoping out new heli pads to retrieving runaway skis, poles, or snowboards.In our most recent round of backcountry maintenance, lead guide Rob found himself in his element: alone with a thermos of coffee, a sandwich and a stylish hat on top of a mountain range.Rob was checking in on our radio repeater, which rests in between the Spinster and Cupola terrain zones. The repeater is a crucial part of Great Canadian's communications, keeping everyone loud and clear as the groups check in with each other.[caption id="attachment_5239" align="aligncenter" width="1024"]
Hard to stay focused with a view like this![/caption][caption id="attachment_5249" align="aligncenter" width="1024"]
Our mighty terrain looks like it's missing something....[/caption][caption id="attachment_5246" align="aligncenter" width="1024"]
Rob in his element.[/caption][caption id="attachment_5250" align="aligncenter" width="1024"]
The Great Canadian Radio Repeater, all tuned up and ready to go for 2017![/caption]