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This company provides helicopters carry guests deep into the Wasatch Mountains. Turn after turn, visitors find themselves in a skiers paradise. Depending on weather and snow conditions, the season runs from early December to the middle of May. Snowfall averages 500 inches of world famous Utah Powder.

Whether you are an expert skier who can ski the most extreme vertical, or an intermediate skier who has never experienced the finest of powder, DIAMOND PEAKS HELI-SKI ADVENTURES has the ultimate experience for you.

Location: PO Box 12302, Ogden Utah 84412 Telephone 801-745-4631

Other Sports and Sporting Events nearby:
(Jensen) Adrift Adventures-Dinosaur
(Salt Lake City) Antique-Classic Automobile Museum
(Salt Lake City) Colorado River and Trail Expeditions
(Ogden) Diamond Peaks Heli-Ski Adventures
(Park City) Park City Balloon Adventures
(Eden) Powder Mountain

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