Ski Movie Trailers
It’s that time of year again; time for the ski movie trailers to start priming the winter stoke. Though I have always felt it’s crazy to start the stoke three or four months before we’ll actually be skiing, here are the first trailers of the season.
Of course it’s still early, but the climate scientists keep talking about a La Niña influence building this year. La Niña means cool waters in the equatorial pacific and typically translates to cooler, wetter weather (i.e., more snow) for the Pacific Northwest. In other words, good skiing for British Columbia, Washington, Oregon as well as North Idaho and western Montana. Of course, the weather gods are fickle and, really, it’s anybody’s guess, but at this point we’ll take the cautiously optimistic outlook that it’s gonna snow, a lot. In the mean time, here’s a little ski move stoke for to get the wheels turning.