Why City Life Needs Heliskiing
Cities are a necessity. They are centers of industry, commerce and home to most of Canada. However, they can be exhausting, bland, and congested. Every once in awhile it’s important to leave the city and head to the mountains. City life needs heliskiing. It needs an escape. The following is a list of what city life may entail. If you identify with any of the points on this list, please book a vacation with Last Frontier Heliskiing. Immediately.
Let’s face it. City life can be boring. Especially when your excitement for the day is going to Wholefoods at noon for the unveiling of a new type of melon.
There are no mountains to climb. Only skyscrapers.
You spend your time running up stairs in “Dunton Tower”, trying to imagine you’re on a glacier clad coastal mountain. It’s just not the same.
You spend your time shopping. Even if you don’t buy anything useful. Even if you look like an idiot. Shopping is just what you do in the city.
You forget what real food tastes like. Only eating what comes frozen in a box. Sadly, it’s probably closer to cardboard than anything edible.
You spend your life in traffic. Stressed out and frazzled, making your beard “pop-out”.
Your life becomes centered around lineups. At the boutique, buffet, and bus stop. There are crowds everywhere. You cannot escape people.
Even at the height of winter, there isn’t enough snow to ski. And even if there was, it’s flat. Who actually chooses to ski flat ground?
You try to find outdoorsy folk. Even introducing yourself to people that wear Arcteryx jackets in the library. Hoping they’ll be your friend.
Your roommate has no other interests than shaving. They do little else, but shave and shave and shave. Making conversation exceedingly difficult. It can be hard to find people with similar interests.
If any of the above statements describe your life, get out of the city. Fast. You need to go heliskiing to experience the following:
Come see what real mountains looks like. No need to run up skyscrapers. Post something that’s actually Facebook worthy.
Experience real winter and snow up to your nostrils. Do something exciting to tell your friends. Here, there are no line-ups or traffic. Ski your own tracks.
Taste real food again. Pan-fried duck with a maple red wine demi-glaze, served with puree cauliflower, pickled pumpkin seeds, and banana fingling potatoes. You’ll never go back to eating cardboard.
Explore. Escape drudgery and meet interesting people that do other things than just shaving and shopping. If you feel bored or lack spice in your life – try Last Frontier Heliskiing. But we advise caution. You may love it so much that you’ll never return to your city life. Pack an extra pair of underwear, just in case you decide to stay.