heli-ski

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heli-ski (third-person singular simple present heli-skis, present participle heli-skiing, simple past and past participle heli-skied)

  1. To ski down a mountain or glacier that has been reached by helicopter rather than a normal ski lift.
    • 1997, Sharon Wood as cited in John Graham, Outdoor Leadership, p106
      I've guided heli-ski trips where we've been dropped on top of beautiful, untouched, 30-degree slopes.
Last modified on 20 January 2011, at 21:50