I was following Mike and we were headed towards Prince William Sound. That flat area up ahead is the glacial flat between Marcus Baker and Mt. Goode. It is a massive smooth snowpack that you could land a 747 on if it had skis. It’s a popular place for mountaineers to begin an attempt on the tallest mountain in the Chugach, and I have also seen it used by kite skiers. There is only one spot that we fly in that is windier than this area, and that’s the Tazlina Glacier. A 70 mph breeze is nothing and almost guaranteed at some point if you spend a week up here.