Snowboarding, a heli, knee-deep powder and the best terrain in New Zealand— This really is as good as it gets.

In this episode, the Diaries Downunder crew ventures to the heart of the Southern Alps, Mount Cook National Park. Mount Cook is New Zealand’s highest mountain peak. Cascading out of the valley floor above Lake Pukaki, this zones boasts some of the best scenery in the world in the world, along with incredible snowboarding.

The heli scoops up the crew and buzzes them to a field of insane New Zealand terrain that is covered in ultra soft snow. Nick Brown, Stef Zeestraten and Nick Hyne waste no time in finding every last nook and cranny on the mountain, then jump off it and hack it to pieces. Mount Cook Heli delivers.

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