Abandoned – A Film about Lost Ski Areas Abandoned is about a crew of backcountry skiers who set out to explore Colorado’s lost ski areas in hopes to find adventure amongst the ruins. Instead, they discover the truth behind what made these areas close their doors for good and illustrates what skiing used to be like before mega resorts and… Read More
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La Grave, France is legendary for its technical terrain and lift-assisted access. Faction skis put together a nice edit of a trip to La Grave. It does a great job of sharing inspiring footage and showcasing how easy it is to get in deep in La Grave.
The community of Val de la Clarée, France looks like a hidden gem of old-world charm and human powered backcountry ski access. One more place to put on the list . . .
Skiing Japan – Pure, deep powder skiing – a short film by Sweetgrass Productions
Afterglow – Sweetgrass Productions UPDATE OCTOBER 20 – Full Afterglow film now available I enjoy a ski movie as much as the next guy, but it’s easy to appear a little jaded now and then as the genre is generally pretty predictable. During the past handful of years we’ve actually seen some innovative approaches to ski films, and leave it… Read More
This one is a bit long at 24 minutes, but it has some priceless vintage footage. Regis Rolland takes some amazing lines given he’s basically strapped into his board wearing what appear to be moonboots. And who can ever get enough monoboard footage . . . this must have been cutting edge for 1983 in so many ways. I’m surprised… Read More
The Tuesday timewaster is back. This video gives a whole new meaning to the term rock skis. I’d like to see the edit of spills and thrills; it can’t be pretty.