When heli skiing/ cat skiing, the lead guide turns to the group and says, "OK. Stay with your partner. LET'S GO!" then heads straight for the fall line. The entire group of 10-12 takes off, leaving a few turns between each other.
The faster skiers end up in front, the slower skiers in the back. It's science.
The problem is:
The best position is in front. The lead guide will stay on the line the best, and you don't have any traffic to deal with. It seem fair for there to be a rotation within the group so all guests can have an equal share of the best quality skiing.
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