Telemark Ski Movie Free the heel and the mind will follow . . . was the mantra of the the telemark movement as it took hold in the 80’s and 90’s. And for those who embraced the early freeheel days, it took an open mind to will those long, narrow skis into action with a set of leather lace-up boots. Strong thighs helped… Read More
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Today (October 15) is the day to catch the full film From the Road by Dynafit. Link to full film From the Road follows a group of Dynafit athletes as they travel to Alaska’s Chugach Mountains. The trip marks the first time Dynafit’s Eric Henderson has returned to the scene where he took a serious fall and broke his neck while working as… Read More
This week’s Tuesday Timewaster features quality ski footage from Salomon FreeSki TV. These guys consistently produce high quality ski footage in their clips. Check out the season teaser; they get around.
We ran a short news piece on the Land of No Use Project last winter. This movie clip is more interesting story than actual time waster. Read the article to learn more about how this project took shape and the roots of the phrase, Land of No Use. The full ski film is due out this fall. Here’s the trailer:
Powderwhore Productions celebrates 10 years of backcountry ski movies with the launch of their latest film trailer, Some Thing Else. From the looks of it team Powderwhore found plenty of snow last season. Enjoy a little powder ski stoke while you can still hop on your bike for a warm weather spin . . . and check out the tour schedule… Read More
Here’s a little Tuesday time waster ski movie for ya. Check out this crew enjoying spring skiing in the Cascades . . . Makin’ Bacon – Ski Traverse from Blum to Bacon Peak from Jason Hummel on Vimeo.
Shane McConkey helped push the sport of skiing to new levels and is widely credited with innovating fat skis and rocker ski design. He also pushed the sport of BASE jumping into the public eye, pioneered ski-BASE jumping and, after watching the new movie McConkey – You have one life. Live it. by Matchstick Productions, you’ll appreciate that he was… Read More
Sad news on the loss of ski mountaineer Magnus Kastengren. Another fine ski mountaineer living on the edge. Kastengren was skiing with friend and renowned ski mountaineer Andreas Fransson in New Zealand when he fell to his death on Mt. Cook. story link Andreas Fransson is well know for skiing incredibly steep, technical lines around the world along with creating… Read More