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Above Chair 5 with inversion at Whitefish Mountain Ski Resort, Montana
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Whitefish Mountain Ski Resort is in the Northwest corner of Montana. It averages around 300 inches per year of snowfall and attracts skiers from all over. This is from the summit over chair 5 where a inversion is happening above the Flathead Valley. We used our remote helicam to take this aerial panoramic.
Copyright: Jeff Scholl
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Resolution: 6000x3000
Uploaded: 04/05/2010
Updated: 29/08/2014
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Tags: ski lifts; aerial; gravityshots; helicam; flathead valley; ski; snowboard; whitefish mountain ski resort; the big mountain; ski village; winter; snow; mountains; blue sky afternoon
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