The End of the Road
Traveling to the bottom of the world, two skiers navigate unnamed Patagonian roads to discover solitude and steep skiing
Embrace the ride, no? That’s what Salt Lake City residents Adam Clark and Brody Leven did last October when the duo embarked on a 3,000-plus-mile road trip through Chile and Argentina to ski exotic volcanoes. Their only plan was to drive as far south on the continent as possible. Whatever happened in the midst of those dusty and bumpy roads they’d figure out upon arriving to that situation.
Although Leven could probably write a book of this month-long journey from his journal entries, 68 pages of Clark’s photography should suffice with insightful and witty commentary from Leven that can only come from being on the road. Leven nor Clark knew what they were getting into when they hopped in a rented van with graffiti art. But as you’ll read and see in the third installment of the POWDER Flipbook series, not having a plan fueled their adventure to the bottom of the world.