- by Serge
- Saturday February 2, 2019
We are family!
ISSUE NO. 52 Winter 2019
A fresh start to the year
Yet another amazing January in the books and February flowing into full swing. Get caught up with the best snaps from the team and guests on Instagram
. And check out the conditions now! It's puking again
We are family! Get up ev'rybody and sing
Did you know that our operation is family run and has about a dozen couples working in the team? Why are we attracting this lifestyle? For us it's important to have a loving team of professionals who care deeply about each other's challenges. But it also means to have utmost respect and responsibility for each other.
Family is a really important word for us! That is what makes our experience stand out from the rest and attract beautiful families as guests... like the Lurvinks
!An extensive amount of research shows that experiences bring people more happiness than material goods. That is the bond that connects our family and this can be explained by a number of reasons:The happiness spike for material items is short-lived, whereas experiences produce joy during the anticipation of the experience, the actual experience itself, and then from the memories afterwards.
- Experiences tend to bring us together with other people, and social connection is a major key to happiness.
- Experiences often lead to better stories and conversations, helping us to relive the experience and bond with others (even if they weren't there for the actual experience).
- Experiences are more likely to be defining moments in our life, and associated with how we see ourselves or who we want to be.
- Experiences are often more unique and distinctive when compared to material items.
So instead of buying a new car for your family consider heliskiing with all of them this holiday season. We have activities for every member of your family and can be flexible with some heliskiing a few runs or not. How about snowshoe, spa, sledding or ski touring!If you want your family to truly live well, the smart money is on buying experiences and time, not things.