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Heliskiing Kamchatka

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Heliskiing and Heliboarding in Kamchatka 

 

Where is Kamchatka situated. It s close to Alaska just a bit more to the west. (:

There is also a lot of powder like in Alaska only the weather statistic is better.

Also snowcat skiing is possible. 180 $ for a day

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Runs over 2000 vertical meters.

 

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runs till the beach

 

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Helicopter Mi-8

 

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A lot of Powder, Area some thousend m2 Km

 

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Price 4000$

1 week hotel, transfers, ....

100 000 vertical feets

info@freerideclub.net

www.heliskiing.ru

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What's the weather like?  How much downtime for weather?  And how do you get to Kamchatka from, well, anywhere?

 

Mike

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Kamchatka  was always one of my favorite countries to conquer in RISK.

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Friends did a heli trip in Kamchatka about 10 years ago. Said it was amazing. The view of the peninsula from the plane is awesome for sure. Huge volcanic peaks, many pretty active, etc... I'd be a great adventure for anyone who can go. 

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It s close to Alaska so the weather is simular, just a bit better. 4 flying days you can calculate for a week. 

To go there from the states it is a long way. The lost world! (:

1. over Korea

2. over Europe

http://www.heliskiing.ru/heliskiing-kamchatka/video-2011.html

 

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Originally Posted by habacomike View Post

What's the weather like?  How much downtime for weather?  And how do you get to Kamchatka from, well, anywhere?

 

Mike


My parents went fly-fishing there. Flew to Moscow, then Moscow to Vladivostok, then on a smaller plane from there, then a helicopter to the lodge... it's a hike.

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Kamchatka, a country or part of Russia?

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Kamchatka, a country or part of Russia?


Edited by markojp - 4/18/12 at 9:07am
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