Even though the season’s not quite done yet I figured I’d get a head start and make a video for the 12-13 winter. It was a good one that took me from my home at Mt. Baker to Japan, to the Coast Range of British Columbia and finally, North Cascades National Park.
Tyler Ceccanti and Roman Rohrmoser slay some PNW pow!
Lexi DuPont and crew stop to shred some pow at Golden Alpine Holiday on their way down the Powder Highway.
Local Sun Valley tele ripper Danny Walton and crew shred the home resort on a sunny day.
Lexi Dupont shreds some more Canadian Duff on the Powder Highway with some fellow lady shredders.
Roman Rohrmoser is a big mountain charger from Europe who shot with Nimbus last season…in Europe, charging big mountain. Here’s a little re-cut for your viewing pleasure!
Join Lexi Dupont at the next stop on the Powder Highway – Revelstoke!
A road trip along the Powder Highway would not be complete without a Canadian Mountain Holiday (CMH), the largest hell-ski operation in the world. With 11 different tenures, the newly revamped K2 Rotor Lodge represents some of the finest skiing in the southeastern corner of BC with endless pillow lines and steep alpine terrain. Don’t miss this stop…
The Crist brothers, Reggie and Zach, head out onto the Powder Highway with Lexi Dupont. They kick off the trip and the first episode in their home town of Sun Valley, Idaho before heading north to Canada.
Mike Hattrup demonstrates how to build a rescue sled using a pair of K2 skis, and pieces from the Rescue Shovel Plus.
Marting Volken shows us how to build a quick and efficient emergency shelter to get out of the elements in the backcountry.
Zach Crist demonstrates how to effectively ski cut a slope, and the importance of multiple tests in determining the stability of a slope.
With Andy’s help, Mike Hattrup shows us how to set a T Trench Anchor to perform such tasks as cutting a cornice.
Reggie Crist and demonstrates a safe and effective method for cutting cornices.
Literally. The guy sky dives from a plane, lands, skis, and enjoys all the goods that pre-season Squaw Valley has to offer.