Thursday, December 3, 2009
Win A Heli Ski Day & Name Your Run
Gulmarg Heli Ski in Kashmir, India is giving one lucky skier or snowboarder the chance to ‘name their run’ with a first descent heli day in the Himalaya Pir Panjal Range this winter.
To celebrate the launch of Gulmarg Heli Ski’s inaugural season from January 10 to February 28, 2010, Gulmarg Heli Ski are giving away a full heli ski or snowboard day in an online competition. But that’s not all, the winner gets to ‘name their run’ with a first descent.
This winter is the first season heli skiing has been offered in the Pir Panjal Range surrounding Gulmarg village. Gulmarg Heli Ski’s AS350 B3 helicopter will access never skied before terrain which means all the first descent runs are up for name grabs! Anyone who skis that run after you will know it under the name you choose. Name it after yourself, your buddy, your grandfather, a time in your life or your favourite song. The choice to make your mark is endless.
How do you enter? Visit www.gulmargheliski.com/competition and post a comment by answering the question – “what makes Gulmarg Heli Ski your ultimate skiing or snowboarding destination?” The most innovative or inspiring wins. Competition starts on December 1 and closes on January 10 with the winner announced on January 11 to ski this season.
Gulmarg Heli Ski offers endless dry powder and intrepid adventures with Pir Panjal Mountain Range of India’s twenty two peaks over four thousand metres and sixty six over three thousand metres and vertical descents that can run as long as two thousand metres.
With a guide ratio of one to four clients Gulmarg Heli Ski ensures a personalised heli ski experience every time under the guidance of New Zealand heli ski operator, Tim O’Leary of Alpine Heli Ski in Queenstown and his team of certified guides. Whether you choose a full all inclusive Powder Week, a heli ski day or a one run ‘Powder Shot’, Gulmarg Heli Ski provides serious boasting rights for powder lovers.
For more information visit www.gulmargheliski.com
Sister companies: www.gulmargpowderguides.com and www.himalayasports.com
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