Ode Siivonen

Who am I?

Ode Siivonen was born in Lahti, Finland in 1976 and started skiing at the age of four. Snowboards, climbing gear and many other outdoor tools have since become familiar. Outdoor sports started out as a passion, and 10 years ago this passion grew into a profession when Ode started to guide ski tours and heli skiing in Lapland. Since then guiding work has taken him to bigger mountains in the Alps, Norway, Kashmir India, Annapurna Nepal, Argentina, Antarctica and Kamchatka Russia.

Ode has spent over twenty seasons in Chamonix and has lived year round in the valley since 2007. Over the past two decades, Ode has concentrated on mountain sports year round. He climbs rock, ice and alpine terrain, enjoys the mountains on both a snowboard and skis, and sometimes base jumps from the nearby cliffs.

In addition to mountaineering Ode is also an active skydiver with over 21 years of skydiving. Nowadays Ode is coaching and load-organising in some of the biggest skydiving events in the world. Besides flying in the sky with friends, his favourite sports are riding powder and multi pitch rock climbing. Ode chooses the tools and activities for a particular day based on conditions, weather and feeling.

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Work

Ode is a UIAGM/IFGMA certified mountain guide and a member of SBO (Swedish mountain guide association). With over twenty-five years of experience in skiing, snowboarding and climbing, with friends and with guests, Ode has developed a philosophy that riding and climbing should ultimately be as safe and as much fun as possible.

Steepness, grade and difficulty do not matter as long as the snow is good and the spirit on the team is high. Ode is more than happy to teach skills and techniques as well as provide unforgettable memories and unique experiences in the mountains.

Ode is a highly experienced and safe guide for everything from multi-pitch sport routes to alpine granite and classic alpinism. Climb everything from ice or mixed to big north faces, or why not the search for deep, fresh powder in the trees or beautiful ski tours on the peaks and glaciers? Courses on glacier travel, avalanche safety, climbing and freeriding can be custom tailored to the client’s needs.

Prices for guiding start from 360€ per day + expenses.
Prices for bigger and more committing climbs are in line with the local guiding bureau.

Freefly coaching and load organizing on demand

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Skills

The drive to the mountains and freefly skydiving has been strong and interests various. Besides guiding in the mountains, Ode has done some beautiful first descents on snowboard and skis in northern Norway, first snowboard descents from Mont Blanc’s Col de la Brenva and from Mount McKinley’s West Rib route.

As for climbing, Ode has climbed a couple of 8a sport routes, M8+ mixed routes and WI6+ on ice.

In the mountains, some of his biggest achievements have been the Heckmaier Route on the North Face of the Eiger and the Slovenian route on the North Face of Les Grandes Jorasses.

In freeflying, Ode holds a Finnish national record (20 way) in 2011 and Nordic record (39way) in 2011 and European record (96way) in 2013. Ode is also coaching freeflying in the legendary freefly camps FlajFlaj in Elsinore,California, Dynamite Days in Romania and Voss Freefly festival in Norway.

Despite all these achievements, Ode still believes the most important thing is being safe and having fun in the mountains with nice people, doing whatever the conditions are good for and experiencing unforgettable times.

Gallery

Snowboarding

  • Riding the Italian trees with the Sweet team Åsmond, Tof, Matthias and Pia. Photo: Wolfgang Huber
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  • Antti Piirainen, Miikka Hast and Ode Siivonen, Tamokdalen, Norway. Photo: Rami Hanafi
  • Cruising on Tamokfjellet, Norway. Photo: Rami Hanafi
  • Another line somewhere up in Northern Norway. Photo: Saku Knopp
  • Catching the morning sun on Tamokfjellet, Norway. Photo: Åadne Olsrud
  • Morning mission at Tamokfjellet, Norway. Photo: Åadne Olsrud
  • The good old at Åadne’s front yard, Tamok, Norway. Photo: Kristen Aage Bryn
  • Ode Siivonen, Tamok Norway, 2010. Photo: Rami Hanafi
  • Ode Siivonen, Tamok Norway, 2010. Photo: Rami Hanafi
  • Ode Siivonen, Tamok Norway, 2010. Photo: Rami Hanafi
  • Ode Siivonen, Tamok Norway, 2010. Photo: Rami Hanafi
  • Ode Siivonen, Tamok Norway, 2010. Photo: Rami Hanafi
  • Cool line in Kåfjord, Norway is full of gems… Photo: Saku Knopp
  • Chamonix, Nissan Outdoorgames. Photo: Petri Kovalainen
  • Middagsfjellet, Tamok, Norway. Photo: Jani Kärppä
  • Middagsfjellet, Tamok, Norway. Photo: Jani Kärppä
  • Middagsfjellet, Tamok, Norway. Photo: Jani Kärppä
  • Blåbaerfjellet, Tamok, Norway. Photo: Jani Kärppä
  • Blåbaerfjellet, Tamok, Norway. Photo: Jani Kärppä
  • Blåbaerfjellet, Tamok, Norway. Photo: Jani Kärppä
  • Se7en, Tamok, Norway. Photo: Jani Kärppä
  • Se7en, Tamok, Norway. Photo: Jani Kärppä
  • Blåbaerfjellet, Tamok, Norway. Photo: Rami Hanafi
  • Blåbaerfjellet, Tamok, Norway. Photo: Rami Hanafi
  • Blåbaerfjellet, Tamok, Norway. Photo: Rami Hanafi
  • Hattagaisi, Tamok, Norway. Photo: Rami Hanafi 2010
  • Oksehögget, Tamok, Norway. Photo: Mikko Lampinen
  • Hattagaisi, Tamokdalen. Photo: Carlos Blanchard
  • Postdalsfjellet, Tamok, Norway. Photo: Rami Hanafi

Blog

Gryttjom Freefly Girls 

Freefly skills camp and headdown record training camp in Gryttjom, Sweden.

Yes! I finally got to go back to Gryttjom! For me Gryttjom DZ is the best. Super friendly people, awesome Twin Otter, perfect landing area, good facilities and there you always jump a lot! Gryttjom did not let me down this time either. With Kim Törnwall we got a great coaching gig from the local freefly girls. 5 days of good jumping with Kim and 7 ladies, 6-8 jumps a day, some headdown training for the Swedish headdown record that the girls wanted to do in the end of the week and some tracking and dynamic flying to let of stress and steam.

Kim and the freefly girls in headdown

Kim and the freefly girls in headdown

Sonya and Sofie tracking

Sonya and Sofie tracking

Two lines, Kim leading the other, Cornelia, Jenny and Carro following in a nice line

Two lines, Kim leading the other, Cornelia, Jenny and Carro following in a nice line

My line, Tilda, Sofia and Sonya equally perfect

My line, Tilda, Sofia and Sonya equally perfect

It worked perfectly, we had very good flyers so the jumps were a lot fun and with Kim it’s always a pleasure to jump with so it was just one of the highlights of the summer! The theme for the week was to be mega awesome epic, which we of course were 😉

And the ladies pulled off a nice 8way headdown formation and ticked off official Swedish female headdown record! Gratulations! Lets do it again!!

Carving with Mik

Carving with Mik

8way, official Swedish female headdown record! With Tilda Järbel, Cornelia Franzen, Sofia Lundberg, Sonya Michanek, Carolina Mallwitz, Boel Stier, Sofie Sagfossen, Anna Eriksson

8way, official Swedish female headdown record! With Tilda Järbel, Cornelia Franzen, Sofia Lundberg, Sonya Michanek, Carolina Mallwitz, Boel Stier, Sofie Sagfossen, Anna Eriksson

Bohuslän, super granite in Sweden

Bohuslän is a granite paradise! High quality granite in South of Sweden, no approach, couple thousand awesome routes to climb! No more to add…

Masken, a classic Bohuslän fingercrack

Masken, a classic Bohuslän fingercrack

Olli, Antti and Ansku. Just another day in Bohuslän

Olli, Antti and Ansku. Just another day in Bohuslän

Konsta, Daniel and Sigrid at the culture festival in Göteborg

Konsta, Daniel and Sigrid at the culture festival in Göteborg

Tommi Konsta Hietanen stretching it up on "Stone temple pilot"

Tommi Konsta Hietanen stretching it up on “Stone temple pilot”

Tommi Konsta Hietanen stretching it up on "Stone temple pilot"

Tommi Konsta Hietanen stretching it up on “Stone temple pilot”

Anna-Liisa Sihvonen on Grymt slut

Anna-Liisa Sihvonen on Grymt slut

Big, huge thanks to my friends Antti and Ansku for providing luxury company, “absolutely have to climb” -ticklist, accommodation and barbecue!

Rock- and alpine climbing in the Alps

 

Kelso on the Midi

Kelso on the Midi

This summer in Chamonix has been short for me, too much travelling. I managed to pull off few little climbs here and there, some work, some not. We have been following Rebuffat’s and Contamine’s footsteps on good granite, ticking off alpine classics and every once and a while enjoyed little Italian treats. Here a few photos from the Alps this summer.

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Midi Plan ridge early in the morning

Midi Plan ridge early in the morning

Midi Plan ridge

Midi Plan ridge

Sunrise on Mont Blanc

Sunrise on Mont Blanc

Sun rising on Aiguille du Plan

Sun rising on Aiguille du Plan

Jno, Ferry and David greeting the sun

Jno, Ferry and David greeting the sun

Nice approach

Nice approach

Jouni on Chezery's

Jouni on Chezery’s

Walking on the glacier with Jouni

Walking on the glacier with Jouni

Guide at work

Guide at work

Jouni on Cosmiques ridge

Jouni on Cosmiques ridge

Jarmo Metsäkoivu aka Jobo

Jarmo Metsäkoivu aka Jobo

Kelso

Kelso

Jobo on the footsteps of Rebuffat

Jobo on the footsteps of Rebuffat

Kelso on the Midi

Kelso on the Midi

Ossi in Machaby, Italy

Ossi in Machaby, Italy

Ossi in Finale Ligure, Italy

Ossi in Finale Ligure, Italy

iTrack, freeflying in Norway

iTrack is a nice boogie in Norway, organised by Morten Wangen and Oslo skydive club at their home DZ in Rena. It’s a small airstrip in the middle of the forest with good facilities, big hangar and clubhouse and a huge dodgy trailer park hidden in the trees.

This year the special treat at iTrack was that if you were lucky enough to have a Norwegian passport, you could start this year’s boogie with a jump from a Norwegian Airforce’s Hercules. The lucky Norgies did just that and seemed to be quite exited.

Hercules fly-by

Hercules fly-by

The weather was typically Norwegian, we had quite a bit of rain and clouds so we could not do a lot of jumps but that’s how it is sometimes. When we did manage to jump, the flying was fun as usual. The plan was to do quite a bit of moving jumps but many times the clouds forced us to go vertical, which was not too bad either 🙂 Luckily the locals love to party and have a good time so the ground activities helped to shake off the boredom.

Rockstars

Rockstars

 

Clark Kent and me

Clark Kent and me

Troublemakers

Troublemakers

Thanks Morten, Jim, Rune, Jorgen, Anna, Mox, Reader, Petter, Mauri, Leena, Johan, Joline and all the friendly locals for taking me under your wings and showing me good times in the forest…

Airspace Sequentials, invitational freefly event in Belgium

24way round

24way round

Airspace Sequential is this super cool invitational freefly event in Belgium organised by Airspace Indoor Skydiving and Steve and Magali Braff. I got the invite and of course went to fly! The jumps were organised by Matt Hill and Mike Wittenburg. The plan was to invite about 24 flyers and go do cool skydives. Mike and Matt had planned some really nice jumps for us. Sometimes the group cut in half to do 12ways and sometimes we did 24ways.

Mixed flower

Mixed flower

Another round

Another round

Nice trace

Nice trace

We would try one plan one or two times but then move on to a next one, that way we got lots of different types of flying going and not get frustrated of same plans. It worked really well and everybody had a good time. The ambiance was relaxed and people were laughing a lot and the flying was good. Sometimes the plans were more technical and sometimes more relaxed. It was so nice to be organised for a change. The people were sick flyers and everybody worked well together. I hope this thing happens again!

Some mixed vertical stuff

Some mixed vertical stuff

Nice and tight track

Nice and tight track

Thanks Airspace, Steve, Maggie, Jonas, Mike, Matt, Kim, Heffie and all you great people!

Video by Ewan Cowie and Gustavo Cabana

 

Still images by Gustavo Cabana

https://www.facebook.com/gustavo.cabana.792/media_set?set=a.10152960877824157.1073741887.598819156&type=3&pnref=story

 

Grepon-Mer de Glace, Aiguille du Grepon, Chamonix

Aiguille du Grepon in the winter, photographed from under a paraglider

Aiguille du Grepon in the winter, photographed from under a paraglider

We finally got to go to Aiguille du Grepon East face to climb one of the ultra classic granite routes in the Mont Blanc range: Grepon-Mer de Glace with Sami Modenius and Cyrilde Pic. It’s a long, easy and beautiful route on a big and complex face. The route follows ledges and weaknesses and if one stays on a good route, it’s not hard climbing, more like fun 850 meters of good, fun granite. For me it’s been one of the classic summits in the Mont Blanc range but not until now I got to give it a try. Weather forecast looked good and everybody had the time so up to the Envers hut we went. We hiked slowly to save energy and not sweat too much. Our gardienne Eve took good care of us as always, fed us well and showed us our room for a few hours of sleep. Evening was beautiful with sun and the moon playing together and the night was cold and full of stars. Snow at the glacier was freezing so everything looked good for the early morning start.

Sunset and moonrise

Sunset and moonrise

We woke up early and hiked in the dark, being at the rimaye just as it was getting bright enough to see without headlamps. Rimaye passed easy and the first slippery and cold ramps took us well on the way, still in the dark shadows. Climbing was easy but fun, the rock good and route finding went well. We stopped for a second breakfast on a good ledge few hundred meters up to enjoy the sunrise.

Early morning

Early morning

Granite still in the shadows

Granite still in the shadows

Second breakfast on a good ledge

Second breakfast on a good ledge

The route continued nice and easy and the rock got even better. It was so much fun to move on a good granite with nice, constant pace and just enjoy climbing on a classic route with good friends. Nice, warm weather, nobody else on the mountain, good rock, good wibe.

Smiling

Smiling

Moving from one ledge to another

Moving from one ledge to another

Good pitches

Good pitches

Aiguille du Roc, Grandes Jorasses and Dent du Geant

Aiguille du Roc, Grandes Jorasses and Dent du Geant

Old trad gear

Old trad gear

Still a way to go

Still a way to go

Towards the end of the route the climbing good really good, the pitches steeper and after the legendary Knubel crack the Madonna greeted us on the summit. And what a cool summit! Small, flat with a rock to sit on and a madonna to watch over us. So nice! Thanks Sami and Cyrilde!

Sami and Cyrilde at the summit

Sami and Cyrilde at the summit

Finnish smile

Finnish smile

The summit with madonna, Mont Blanc in the background

The summit with madonna, Mont Blanc in the background

Funshine boogie, Skydive Spain

I was stoked beyond words when Hannah Swallow from Skydive Spain asked me to organize at the legendary Funshine Boogie in Seville. Nice and professional crew, 2 Dornier G-92’s, some very good skydivers, spanish weather, tapas and red wine, house with a pool and a view to the sunset and the mega spa in the old town of Seville. Solid gold! The week was so much fun with good flyers from around the world, 6-8 jumps a day and nice dinner with good group of people. Funshine never lets you down! Thanks Hannah, Ana, Corine, Skydive Spain staff and of course my housemates Kristian Mox, Marius Sotberg, Dave Reader and Johannes “Heffie” Bergfors! You people are awesome!

Getting a cortado before the first load

Getting a cortado before the first load

Headdown

Headdown

Flying woop woop!

Flying woop woop!

Steep :)

Steep 🙂

David Reader and a hard life of a freefly coach

David Reader and a hard life of a freefly coach

Olé olé olé videotime!

Olé olé olé videotime!

Miss these guys!

Miss these guys!

Seville by night

Seville by night

Sunset by the pool at our house

Sunset by the pool at our house

And when you want to jump in a sun… www.skydivespain.com

Here is a link to Heffie’s awesome video of our week! Thanks buddy!

 

 

Dynamite Days, freeflying in Romania

Dynamite Days

Dynamite Days

Dynamite days is a week long boogie and a flying workshop in Romania organised by the famous TNT wonder brothers Bogdan and Dragos Boeru and their team. I was super exited to get to go there and see Romania and fly with lots of new and old friends. The event is devided into two, a workshop and a boogie. In a workshop you sign up for 6 days, 6 jumps a day with a same group but the coach is changing every day. There you get some really good and fun flying and get to know the group you are in really well and eventually get to do some really cool jumps together. If you want to take it easy and be more on a holiday mode, then sign up for a boogie and jump with your own schedule. Win-win situation and a lot of fun flying.

I went into Bucharest a few days early to see the town and friends. Aurelien picked me up from the airport and showed me around Bucharest and took me under their roof. So cool, big Thanks 🙂 The old town of Bucharest is an interesting mix of cultures and architecture from all orientations, go see for yourself if you get a chance! Soon you can also tunnel fly at Freelo! And if you can, come a week early to go see the Carpathian mountains, forests, castles, Romanian architecture and culture and Bucharest old city or make a beach trip to the Black sea.

The event started rolling smooth straight from the beginning, breakfast, get a group, fly and fly and fly, maybe change a group, fly a bit more, jump the sunset load, shower, eat, drink, maybe party a bit, sleep, wake up at 0730, cafe, breakfast… For a week! Good weather, good DZ, good plane. Happy days!

Dynamite Days is also the home and birthplace of famous video Johnny by Alex Aimard and Satori factory. During the week Alex, Lauri and their crew filmed Johnny II, which as usual turned out to be mind-blowing 🙂

Thanks to Alex, Nina, Will, Micah, Greg, Lauri, Aurel, Eliza, Dave Rhea, Ty, Inka, Roberta, Petter and of course Bogdan and Dragos! I’m going back next year! Dynamite Days is a boogie not to miss!

Early morning 2way with Dragos

Early morning 2way with Dragos

There is no burble

There is no burble

Tracking

Tracking

Slow tube

Slow tube

Sunset with Ty and Dragos

Sunset with Ty and Dragos

TNT Brothers

TNT Brothers

Haute Route Verbier-Zermatt

Haute Route is a classic high alpine skitour from Chamonix or Verbier to Zermatt. We started from Verbier and had planned to do the trip in 5 days. Bad weather greeted us un Verbier and after trying to get on the way in the white out and storm, we decided to go around the storm and start the trip from Arolla. Mountains require flexibility and our gamble paid off. We go back on track through Arolla and got well on the way. Easy day took us to the Cabane de Dix where we stayed a night and enjoyed a nice sunset. The next day was a summit day of Pigne d’Arolla with beautiful views over Swiss Alps. The day started nice and sweet but then of course it turned into full-on white-out and snowstorm when we were closing the summit. Nice beautiful skitour turned into a nice storm and a bit tricky navigation. Luckily the storm cleared off enough at the col to ski down with reasonable light and the descent to Vignette hut was nice and sweet.

First day white-out fun

First day white-out fun

Who woke up the Daddy bear..?

Who woke up the Daddy bear..?

Mont Blanc du Cheilon

Mont Blanc du Cheilon

The day from Vignette hut to Bertol hut was beautiful. Sunny and nice all day with some of the most spectacular views over Valais alps. The way up the first part was nice and flat with only 600 meters of vertical and few kilometres of distance. The skiing on the other side was long, nice and smooth with lots of room for fresh tracks. A good, fun run. The day was still far from over because we still needed to 800 meters of vertical to the hut and the temperatures were high. It was a sweaty afternoon but it made the cold beer taste even better when we reached the hut. The hut is in a quite spectacular spot high up on a ridge and the sunsets are mind-blowing. We got lucky.

Good morning

Good morning

Henkka getting in the mood

Henkka getting in the mood

Kari and Jatta enjoying morning light

Kari and Jatta enjoying morning light

Make cruising

Make cruising

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Sky is in flames

Sky is in flames

The last day of the Haute Route is the one. It’s long, beautiful and can be complex if the weather is not good or the glacier is tricky. We woke up to a beautiful morning, sun rising, no wind, a little bit cold, perfect. The way up was easy but beautiful. A little lunch at the col watching the Matterhorn Dent d’Herens and we started our descent towards Zermatt. First in powder, then in perfect spring snow. The skiing is good, terrain fun and interesting and you can choose from a few little variations. It’s a long, fine descent passing through some very impressive mountain terrain. Highly recommended! The end of the run is quite adventurous and of course we ended up doing a little bushwhack but finally managed to ski all the way down to the village of Zermatt and well deserved pizza.

Thanks Adventure Partners, Make and Teija, Henkka, Kari, Jatta and Kirsi! Good times!

Sunrise at Bertol hut

Sunrise at Bertol hut

Sunrise at Bertol hut

Sunrise at Bertol hut

The team

The team

Towards Zermatt

Towards Zermatt

Matterhorn and Dent d'Herens

Matterhorn and Dent d’Herens

Big men, little mountains

Big men, little mountains

Done, happy

Done, happy

Food and drink

Food and drink

 

 

Heliskiing in Kamchatka

Photos by: Jaka Skorjanc, Cyrilde Pic, Marco Gaiani and Ode Siivonen

I flew from Los Angeles and 2 weeks of skydiving under the Southern California sun, straight to snowy Petropavlovsk in Eastern Russia in a mind numbing 35-hour travel. Quite a contrast in culture and landscape but such a nice feeling to finally see a little bit of this mythic place I have heard so much about!

Petropavlovsk

Petropavlovsk

Kamchatka turned out to be a trip of a lifetime! Imagine heliskiing in some of the wildest terrain in the world, landing on active volcanoes puffing smoke just next to you with one meter of soft, light powder snow, couloirs and beautiful faces, magnificent forest with nice features and jumps and cool lines to ride as far as the eye can see. Skiing untouched powder all day long until your legs are burning, have a little luxury field lunch by the sea or a river. Salmon, meat, cheese, soup, cafe and chocolate next to the helicopter and sometimes champagne before flying back home. Getting spoiled. Dipping into a wild, volcanic pool somewhere in the middle of nowhere during or after a skiing day, seeing bears, seals, eagles and other wildlife. Just an unreal experience!

Game on!

Game on!

Spring snow at the fjords

Spring snow at the fjords

Kamchatka landscape

Kamchatka landscape

Kamchatka landscape

Kamchatka landscape

Winning

Winning

Big dude We normally finish a powder day with some champagne

We’d start the day with early breakfast and guide’s meeting where we go through the weather and the day’s options. We prepare the equipment and lunch for the day and get picked up by the helicopter outside our hotel. We flew with 3 helicopters but with good planning and communication we barely saw the other two. Still it’s good to know they are there if ever we needed one. The area where we can fly is huge and the possibilities where to ski are almost endless. Lead guides know the area well and their powder nose hunted down some very fun terrain and snow to ride. We can choose between huge volcanoes, stunning fjords, couloirs, faces, spines, forests or even an volcano island outside the main peninsula. Or if one wants, it’s even possible to do a few days helicopter safari where you fly all over the peninsula and explore even further. I think we did up to 16 runs per day. In a nutshell: Amazing skiing and snowboarding!

Kamchatka forest delivers

Kamchatka forest delivers

White room

White room

Getting spoiledCoucou Good times La vie est belle

 

Cyrilde pulled out her speedride canopy and enjoyed a few nice flights on one of the big volcanoes. It looked so much fun flying in the air and sometimes cruising in deep pow. We did some follow cam filming and got a few good images and fun riding. Speedriding seemed to interess a lot of people so in the future we hope to see more speedriders cruising down the volcanoes.

Cyrilde ready for take-off

Cyrilde ready for take-off

Cyrilde flying

Cyrilde flying

At the hotel we spent our evenings eating, chilling, drinking and socialising. I got to meet cool and extremely interesting people, guides and clients, with so many different experiences in life that it was very exiting and entertaining to hear all the crazy things people have gone through. We had a party with a local band, enjoyed champage and strawberries and of course vodka and caviar, ate giant crabs and amazing seafood. During a bad weather day we went to see the city of Petropavlovsk to go bouldering indoors and also did a nice skitour and a dogsled safari. Sauna, two volcanic swimming pools and a cold water pool at the hotel guaranteed a daily chill out relax experience to the max.

The band

The band

Champagne and strawberries and live music. Snowing outside, party inside. Wuf wuf Bear tracks

All the amazing terrain and nature, skiing and snowboarding and friendly people definitely made this trip one of the most memorable trips I have ever done and I hope to return!

For more info email me or contact www.vertikalny-mir.com/en/ or www.heliski-russia.com

Big thanks to professional crew of Vertikalnyi Mir and Heliski Russia for having me! Lead guides Nikolay, Marco, Ralf and Jossi as well as the local Russian aspirant guides Max, Nikita, Victor, Sergey and Maria and Ludmila and other staff members to make everything run safe and smooth. Chapeau!

 

Contact

Please don’t hesitate to contact me via email or the phone.

Email. ode@odesiivonen.com
+33 6 12 53 16 09

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