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Heli Ski/Pole Dance Uzbekistan!

A bunch of Germans heli-skiing in an ancient Russian military helicopter in Uzbekistan to classical music with intermittent segments of a random lady in a one-piece bathing suit strip-dancing in the middle of the helicopter. We officially have no idea what to think about this video other than it certainly breaks the mold of the traditional "we went here, it was epic, we are totally awesome" video trip report. Whatever the case, it's a far more random and hilarious way to describe a ski trip to one of the more unknown corners of the ski universe. But the heli dancer? We really have no idea what her backstory is or what inspired her cameo. Whatever the case, it seems the girl:guy ratio of ski towns remains the same whether you're in Jackson Hole or... Uzbekistan.

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