Snowboarding

The Supernatural

The [new] Baldface Lodge

Congrats to Jeff and the whole crew at Baldface. The new lodge looks amazing!!

Car Danchi NO.5

Forrest

Baldface Session 2, Cat 1, 2011

Posse #2
Jennifer Babb
Charlie Babb
Nick Simmons
Alan Lande
Coleman Horn
Andrew Burke
Dave Elin
Annika Bergstrom
Eric Jeffcoat
Denver Miller
Susanna Bergstrom
Tom Routh

 

Baldface Session 1, Cat 2, 2011

Posse #1
Julian Hoenig
Rico Zorkendorfer
Eugene Whang
Matt Rohrbach
Jeremy Bataillou
Claude Zellweger
Chris Stringer
Danny Coster
Shane Ellis
Annika Bergstrom
Susanna Bergstrom
Tom Routh

TAILGATE ALASKA

Drop your tailgate… TR

Coast Range, British Columbia

Have been hearing a lot of reports of ‘best day of the year’ from multiple geographic locations this week! The coast range got pummeled with over 215cm of snow last week, and then cracked open bluebird this weekend. For sure, the best conditions I have seen here in the last 10 years…  TR

Tengu Snowcat Tours

A brand new snowcat operation in Hokkaido Japan, started by our good friends Shoji Matsumoto and Yuske Hirota.

The Art of FLIGHT

This trailer has been posted around for awhile. The production quality is soo sick, if you haven’t seen it, do yourself a favor, and take a few minutes now… TR

L’Aiguille du Midi

The L’Aiguille du Midi has been on my to-do list since about 1996. Hands down the most impressive tram engineering in the world. I honestly can’t imagine looking up at the peak, and thinking ‘yea, I think it’ll go’. The tram docks into a cave, with a near vertical ascent at the top. Snow conditions were less than ideal, but the weather was perfect.

Tailgate Alaska

deeper

TGR is taking it to another level.

This is the most anticipated snowboarding documentary ever. It’s been years in the making… don’t miss it!

Garry Pendygrasse

-AS SEEN ON ESPN-

GP on the backside of the underground..
TR

Yuske Hirota – Mount Waddington

Yuske-san just returned from leading a climb-and-ride of the NW ridge of Mount Waddington (4019m / 13,186 ft). One of the biggest challenges of Waddington is the remoteness of the location. The group flew in and glacier camped for 6 days. After multiple attempts, they finally bagged the peak by departing at 2a.m. and climbing for 13 hours on the ascent.

The group included Chikako Hyashi, Todd Sekine, and Shuichi Ozawa.

Mount Waddington is a special accomplishment in the Coast Range, due to both the technical difficulty and it’s location. They were very lucky for both the weather and the snow conditions! Upon return the crew camped out at FYi, before disbanding to head home.

In Canada that’s what we call ‘Gett’ner Done!’
TR