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Heli-Ski the Himalayas

Listed under Skiing in Mount Everest, Nepal.

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Land at up to 5,200m and ski down. There is no where else in the world where you can get that high. I haven’t done it but the tales that you hear from those who will expand your mind. They say endless mountain views and perfect conditions for adventure, zooming through thin air surrounded by nothing less than the worlds highest peaks, we‘re talking first descents, dream powder and of course massive vertical (2000m from 5,200)… I’m getting my skis…

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