Low Earth Orbit #05 :: Skiing Teton Pass
“Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature’s peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy, while cares will drop away from you like the leaves of Autumn.”
-John Muir, The Mountains of California
Skier: George Hein
Shot on Mt. Glory, Teton Pass, Wyoming
Music: Aphex Twin – Avril 14th
After showcasing athletes in the PNW and Utah, we wanted to bring things back to our Colorado roots. Summit County has always been one of the hotspots for park skiing, and that has yet to change. “A Walk in the Park: Bounce Back – Sam Zahner, Mike Cappola, and Calvin Barrett” was filmed over a […]
Sage Tomahawks Off A Massive Spine Wall – Behind the Line S8 E3
from Teton Gravity Research
Whether Sage is super gripped at the top of a gnarly line or in a pile of avy debris at the bottom of one, he somehow manages to stay “100%.” After sending a huge mandatory air at the bottom of Cathedral, Sage gets tomahawked and soon taken over by his slough. We’re not sure how, but he somehow manages to come out of it completely unscathed and “100% okay.”
Stale Sandbech’s complete segment from “Snowboarding: For Me.” In the words of Danny Kass, “[style] isn’t just in how you grab or how you ride, but it’s about how big you go and your attitude.” In that sense, Stale is the epitome of style in this new generation of snowboarders.
“Tanner Hall’n” is a collection of Tanner Hall’s 2014 season shot by Poor Boyz Productions. The 5 part series drops every Wednesday every week starting February 11th. Watch Tanner descend through some of the best lines of his life!
The last of the powder from jan 17th bridged by an icy section into last weeks snow fall makes for an all you can eat POV big mountain buffet for your eyes.
Sporadically set to the luscious soundtrack of Tarantinos Jackie Brown, this is faceshots in 50° couloirs, crux moves like Bruno does them and an assortment of the Chamonix valley’s most freeride friendly lines.
Supported by Norrøna, Black Crows skis and Sole bootlabs
RED RUN | The Abandoned Ski Village
from SALT-STREET Productions
Sheffield Ski Village closed in April 2012. We took two skiers and one boarder back to the charred remains of the dry ski slope where they learned to ski. The ski village was a key piece in the journey of some of the UK’s best freestyle skiers to the top of their sport, including James Woods, James Machon, Ellie Koyander and Katie Summerhayes, all of whom are now Team GB athletes.
Our aim is to drum-up support for the Sheffield Ski Village in the city known as the sporting capital of the United Kingdom.
Burton Presents showcases snowboarding through the eyes of Burton’s team riders. This segment follows Burton Girls Kelly Clark, Kimmy Fasani, Enni Rukajärvi, Cilka Sadar, and Chloe Kim through the high points of the season; “We live to be on snow, practicing, progressing, and—most of all—doing what we love”.