Last Saturday saw the Sweet Rumble Big Air contest go down in Trysil, Norway. The world's biggest names in freestyle skiing were on hand, like PC Fosse, Andreas Håtveit, Klause Finne, Elias Ambühl, Markus Eder, Bene Mayr, JF Houle, and Bobby Brown. It was Bobby Brown that emerged victorious. His double cork 1260s reigned supreme, conquering Bene Mayr and his double cork 1080s. JF Houle took third in the contest that drew 30 skiers total. They were all competing for their shot at the glory and $15,000. The skiers were first reduced to 16 in a qualifying round, before being again reduced by eight for the final. That final round was a knockout round much like the King of Style event that took place last week in Stockholm, Sweden. Among Brown's other tricks that he used to make it to the final was a particularly well done switch double rodeo 900 Japan, which he stomped.
When this season's Big Air comps first started to get going earlier this year, there wasn't much snow around. That has changed in the last few weeks, especially here at Mica Heli Guides. We've had some very nice November accumulation, and are looking forward to even better storms in December. Those will make our 72,000 hectare tenure shine, letting us offer some of the world's best heli skiing
. We only offer small group heli ski and heli boarding tours. Helicopter skiing
in B.C., Canada is some of the best in the world, so it's no wonder that 95% of the world's heliskiing and catskiing happen in the province every season. If you want to see what makes our terrain so spectacular, book a tour with us today. We'll be delighted to show why it's always deeper at Mica, but make sure to book soon before all our tours sell out.