A Guide’s Take on Fun & Safe Tree Skiing

'Tis the season for amazing tree skiing in the Blue... anybody that has been here in December and January can attest to how fantastic it truly is. So what is it, you ask, that makes it so? Well, I sat down with Lead Guide Bob Sayer and asked his take on the matter. Here is what he had to say: "It snows in Blue River. A lot! That means we often ski in the trees. First time heliskiers are often apprehensive about tree skiing while long time skiers look forward to it. Why is that? Well, first off, the best…Read more

Anatomy of a Wiegele Guide

Our heliski guides definitely have a heart of gold  ... but we are not insinuating that there is an actual common physical anatomy of a ski guide. However, the anatomy of what they sport out in the  field is the same. On average, Wiegele Guides spend 120-140 days a year working in a harsh mountain environment. That being said, it is extremely important that they use only the best and most durable products available. So for all those curious cats out there, we put together this little diagram highlighting the exterior anatomy of a Wiegele guide. S Read more