Off-piste skiing in Alaska

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What free-rider has never dreamed of slipping on the steep slopes of Alaska, in 50 cm of untracked powder with breathtaking scenery?

off-piste skiing

Surrounded by impressive glaciers overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the chain of the Chugach Mountains is an incredible place to live an experience out of the ordinary: the off-piste skiing on walls of snow very steep (50°) with a vertical drop of at least 3000m.

The snow quality is such that the avalanche risk, although there is relatively low especially since this snow sticks. However, it should have a good level and be used off-piste ski if you want to compete with the mountains of Alaska and experience this fascinating during skiing holiday.

All skiers and surfers looking for extreme thrills should try off-piste skiing in Alaska at least once in their lifetime! The ideal is to book a vacation rental in Alaska near Girdwood, Cordova or Valdez, near heliports: many associations as MeltingSpot, Point North Heli-Adventures, Chugach Powder Guides, etc.. are specialized in organizing extreme skiing trips and provide security and supervision of skiers.

It is really easy to organize a ski off-piste in Alaska but it is imperative to be supervised by guides: all the advice necessary for the proper conduct of stay and the safety of skiers/off-road riders are given on the spot, so that everyone can enjoy a stay full of adventure and thrills.

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