Deep in the Columbia Mountains lies an immense, 3-million-acre powder canvas. And the passionate family of guides, guests, pilots and staff at CMH Heli-Skiing sure paint a pretty picture.
CMH founder Hans Gmoser invented heli-skiing on these peaks in 1965, and for over 50 years, CMH has been introducing first-timers and old hats alike to the wonders of heli-skiing.
‘Heartbeats: Stories of the Deep West’ is more than just a promo reel; it reveals the CMH experience through the lens of its people, peeling back the layers of the unique characters that pump life into CMH, and sheds light on the joys of sharing this incredible place.
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