Know Before You Go
from Trent Meisenheimer
” It doesn’t matter if you have made thousands of good calls – all it takes is one bad call and that is one too many. Some days the mountains are screaming GET OUT OF HERE and some days they are saying come on in – it’s time to party.” – Jeremy Jones
Do you know when to back off and when it’s good to go? The Know Before You Go avalanche awareness program will get you started down the path of learning the language of the mountains and becoming a better and safer rider.
The Utah Avalanche Center and the Colorado Avalanche Information Center have teamed up with Avalanche Canada, Backcountry Access, the American Avalanche Association, the American Institute of Avalanche Research and Education, the National Avalanche Center, Sherpas Cinema, Red Bull Media House, Brainfarm, and others to bring you this beta which is unlike any other PSA you are likely to see.
Go to kbyg.org for more information.
[http://tv.salomon.com/story/dream-trip-2] – Check the story For the second year in a row, we asked our fans: What is your #FreeskiDreamTrip? Canadian Tim Loch was lucky enough to be chosen from 5000 applicants. His Dream Trip? The Powder Highway in BC with Mike Douglas, Cody Townsend and Chris Rubens. In January 2016, Tim joined the Salomon […]
from Stept Productions
Two-year street project from Cam Boll.
Principle Cinematography – Jameson Walter, Cam Riley, Clayton Vila, Alex Boll
Additional Filming – Charlie Owens, Jacob Marshall, Isaac Sokol, Austin Ramaley, Ian Boll, Sean Jordan
VHS Footage – Charlie Owens
Cover Photo – Topher Baldwin
Editing – Cam Boll
Nordica, Bigs, Anon, City Prospect
James Heim FADE TO WINTER bonus – 4K UHD
A staple on the MSP crew since 2008, James Heim has put together plenty of performances to secure his position among the best big mountain skiers of this generation. Now all of his best footage from 2015 is available here in 4K ultra high-definition, pulled from FADE TO WINTER
In our first episode of Behind the Line season 2, we go behind the scenes with Athlete Callum Petit. Callum steps it up, hitting a cliff Ian McIntosh wouldn’t even touch. The foreseen consequences terribly come true, with a proverbial “hole-in-one” crevasse shot.
FATBOMB snowboarding ® – LIVIGNO 2015
from FATBOMB snowboarding
Part of the snowboarding team was a couple of days in Livigno to filming and training in one of the best snowparks in Europe. Sunny days, stylish and clean tricks, nice rails and sick doublecork for our riders!
Riders: Emiliano Lauzi, Lodovico Guichardaz, Dylan Pecchio feat: A.Bergamaschi
Filming & editing: Sisko
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 […]
Sammy Carlson’s Skiing Is Like Playing A Video Game
from Teton Gravity Research
The Sammy C Project features over two years of hard work from Sammy Carlson and others on the cutting edge of skiing. This past winter he went to Alaska in all time conditions with fellow rippers Ian McIntosh, Angel Collison, and Dane Tudor.
Legends of La Grave: Past & Present – Behind the Line Season 7 Episode 8
In 2001 Doug Coombs and legendary local Ptor Spricenieks were some of the first people to ski the “Ice Line” in La Grave, France. Now thirteen years later, inspired by their heroes, Johnny Collinson, Ian McIntosh, & their guide Joey Vallone look to repeat this rarely skied descent.
Ptor recently reflected on his experience with Doug in 2001, “I’m pretty sure it started with a conversation by radio. Doug and I were neighbors but we never used the phone. None the less, the time for ‘that’ line on the Glacier de la Meije was at hand…something we’d been looking at and scheming about together. As usual when that magic of timing and mutual inspiration come together, the mission is effortless. Too bad we were too busy flowing along to take pictures. The memories however, are super burned into my being. I remember how awed we both were to be in the middle of such a run. Despite Doug’s casual attitude towards things, he was the most awed that I had ever seen that day. ‘Full meal deal’ I think was his superlative. Thanks Doug.”
Norway is to pro snowboarders what Japan is to sushi, and Scotland is to whisky: sure, other countries produce them, but not in the same quantity or quality. Which is a mixed blessing if you’re a snowboarder. The level is so high, that on one hand it pushes you to be the best rider you can be. But, on the other, it’s insanely hard to get noticed – some of the best snowboarders in the world are unknown, unsponsored Norwegians.