Jimmy Chin, Conrad Anker, and Renan Ozturk's film on climbing Mount Meru in the Himalayas in theaters next month
Yes, ski season is underway in the southern hemisphere. But hold your horses; there’s still skiing to be had in North America. In this fun, quick video, Marcus Caston and
The recipe for this video is simple: deep Japanese powder, high quality cinematography, and a mellow soundtrack. Rather fittingly, the video is titled “Yuki,” the Japanese word for snow. And there is a whole load of the bottomless, light snow that characterizes skiing on Japan’s north island of Hokkaido. Simply put, it’s the snow dreams are made of. Take a few minutes to escape the heat of summer, and ski powder vicariously through these lucky characters.
May we present the 2015-16 Trailer Park, where every single ski movie trailer is parked in one spot. So you can kick back on this hot summer’s day, crack open
The Troupe, a Jackson Hole-based crew of shredders, does it again in their final video from the season, this time with a few Utah skiers in the mix. Double flips, cork sevens, and backflips into Corbet’s Couloir litter the edit—all off cliffs and natural features.