Superpark Planai: Freeski Spot Check – 20.02.15
Max Heider, Tim van Dyk and Benke Bancuty made their way to Superpark Planai one day before Plan P, to check out all lines of this awesome park in the middle of austria. You can work your way from the left to the right, from beginner to pro areas, and with the short t bar you can do countless runs, especially on bluebird days like this. Enjoy the clip and see you soon up there.
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rider profile: Michi Stanschitz is a master of style in his discipline: backcountry freestyle! His full rider part will make you just want to go snowboarding straight away! Tune in, lean back and enjoy the edit by Hambalkó Bálint
Memories of a day in Chamrousse with Basile Rameau Shot by Nicolas Gumery – Art’Home prod www.facebook.com/ArtHomeProduction Special thanks to Rome SDS http://www.romesnowboards.com/ Special thanks to Melon Optics https://www.melonoptics.fr/
Storm Cycles: Railroaded with Amtrak // Part Three: Inside the Storm
from TJ DAVID [Ski] [Film] [Photo]
“One restful night on the train has brought us within reach of the storm. And where the tracks end, the road and our journey to Stevens Pass begins. Six skiers in a mini van, headed into the eye of the storm. What started as a light valley rainfall has strengthened as we’ve climbed from Leavenworth into the Cascades. We’ve long since been separated from the comfort of our train cars. And nothing but whiteout lies ahead.”
In addition to the new release of Wild Cats ‘Never Die’ Movie featuring an overhaul of snowboarding’s legends, we’ve got an exclusive look into a rad trip to Chile with the one and only, DCP whilst filming for the movie. Filming: Paul Reid Edit: Paul Watt
Let The Bird Fly
from Snowboarder Magazine
No snow in the Pacific Northwest leads to existential crises for riders Matt Edgers, Blair Habenicht, Temple Cummins and friends. Japow, Japanic – these last holdouts of the great 2015 powder migration finally gave up hope for home and flocked to Japan, one of the only places holding enough snow to dig deep into the recesses of the mind.
Let The Bird Fly. A motto embodied by a transient spirit, whose sideways sliding migrations, often rolled into motion on an empty gas tank in a limping VW van, inspired this project.
We flow as one.
Riders: Blair Habenicht, Matt Edgers, Temple Cummins, Kurt Jenson, Kei Nakanishi, and friends
Filmed by: Tim “Stanny” Stanford and Kurt Jenson
Edited by: Tim “Snacky” Stanford, Kurt Jenson, Blair Habenicht, and Matt Edgers
Music: The Blind Shake, Language Arts, Davey Herberg
Few men can flip calves and ride horses as gracefully as they can flip tricks and ride mountains. Growing up on a cattle ranch in 10 Sleep, Wyoming, Mark Carter learned true grit from a young age and it shines through in his own personal brand of snowboarding. From big, sketchy lines to massive cheese wedges, Carter approaches the backcountry with an irreplaceable devil-may-care attitude that sets him apart from the herd.
The 2014-15 season was kind to Carter’s winter home base of Jackson Hole, Wyoming allowing him to film the following full part almost entirely in his own backyard of the Teton Mountains. Carter is one hell of a snowboarder and we couldn’t be more stoked to welcome him to the Arbor Snowboards Pro Team.
Filmed By: Jake Price, Seth Huot, Trent Ludwig, Willie McMillon, Aaron Hooper, Canyon Florey, Will Brommelsiek, Wade Dunstan, and Jon Ray
A Skier Knows – Spirit Of Alaska
from Peak Performance
THERE IS A FEELING that is shared with skiers all over the world. It’s nothing you can teach, learn or explain. It’s something you feel. Something you know. It stops you from sleeping during a snowstorm – knowing that fresh powder awaits you. It gives you the urge to continue hiking up the mountain when everyone else is stopping at the top of the ski lift. It hits you when looking back at your line at the bottom of a run, wanting to go back up and do it again. It’s a different way of looking at the world and something only A Skier Knows.
Zack Giffin has led many lives. The quintessential powder bum that went big on skis became a professional athlete, then went even bigger to become a co-host of the television show Tiny House Nation and a national leader in the tiny house movement. But once you’ve gone big, how do you stay true to the […]
Big Mountain Snowboarding from a birds eye view. Female Aussie drone pilot Jennie Milton captured the boys riding the iconic Alaskan peak “Pyramid” 100% Gopro + Gopro Studio. Helicopter access – Black Ops. Music – switchthree.com
Temple Cummins isn’t much for going out and ‘getting the shot’. He’d rather just ride. Here’s some clips that have come together in-between his free riding. Watch closely as this mountain surgeon operates.
Guest appearance by the one and only Wes Makepeace
Live in Stannyland
From the back of a U-haul
greenland – skiing the inuit land
from black crows skis
“it’s the coldest winter since 1984, and we are here to ski.” follow black crows co-founder bruno compagnet on a journey into the icefields of greenland, where mountains rise up from the ocean, couloirs are skied at midnight, and the the seal is free.