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Above the Summit at Whitefish Mountain Ski Resort, Montana
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This was taken above the summit at Whtiefsih Mountain Resort in the winter. You can see the Glacier Park peaks to the NE and an inversion to the south over the valley. We used our remote helicam to take this from 100 ft above the ground.

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Tags: summit house; glacier park; whitefish mountain resort; helicam; remote helicopter; skiing; snowboarding; winter; montana; whitefish; chairlifts; ski lodges; gravityshots; blue sky; aerial
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