“What you see in the headset replaces the real world. About a minute in, it really feels like you’re at CMH Cariboos, skiing perfect powder.”-Alexandra Malloy
Stratton Mountain is teaming up with one of its sister destination to deliver east coast skiers the virtual experience of big mountain heli-skiing. CHM Heli-Skiing’s film “Line of Sight” can be screened in virtual reality at the base of Stratton this weekend compete with headsets and chairs that swivel giving the user 360-degree view of the surroundings.
The five minute film features team heli-skiing in British Columbia’s Cariboos Mountains. Manchester Journal reports the experience is free and open to the public and can be screened 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday at the resort’s Main Base on 5 Village Lodge Road .
“We’re really excited to give our guests a glimpse at what it’s like to visit one of our sister destinations in one of the most bucket-list-worthy mountain ranges.” -Alexandra Malloy
HERE IS THE FILM THAT WILL BE SCREENED:
TRY HELI-SKIING IN VIRTUAL REALITY!
Join CMH as they land their ‘heli’ at the base of the resort. We invite friends and family inside the heli to soar above the glaciers, and drop into the best runs of your life in this beautifully immersive experience. Filmed entirely at CMH Cariboos over the course of one incredible winter, this cinematic piece is the first of its kind in both the tech and the ski industries.
February 2-3 and February 9-10
In the Main Base Area
If you are interested in how this video was made you encouraged to watch the video below and read on HERE:
images from Maurizio Pesce FLICKR