Traveling from point A to point B is James K. Jenkins’ focus, but it’s not simple. He splits work time between criminal appellate work in Atlanta and a satellite office in Boulder, Colo. Deep in the Rocky Mountains, he regenerates his sharpness for the law by heli-skiing.

In this pursuit, skiers pile into a helicopter, which transports them to the top of a mountain of wild, fresh snow that has never been skied. Their guide helps them make it back down — a reverse Everest experience. Each skier must be trained in avalanche survival and carry special safety equipment.

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