This is a compilation of the best shots from the late 2013 season.
Tom Leitner had the chance to film with Simon Thusbass and the Legs Of Steel crew. Even though conditions and a tight competition schedule only allowed for a couple of days of filming, this video should give you an idea of the good times spent.
It`s not supposed to show the hardest action and the biggest lines possible, it`s more about the moments, the people and surroundings making skiing the addictive lifestyle that many of us choose to live.
Yosemite’s Half Dome is not a ski line. Of course, it’s better known as a rock-climbing destination high above the floor of Yosemite Valley. That didn’t stop two locals (Jason Torlano and Zack Milligan) from chasing their dream of becoming the first to link turns from the summit all the way to the valley floor. Torlano and Milligan did just that earlier this week when they took advantage of ephemeral conditions to ski off the summit of Half Dome. Conditions consisted of half an inch of névé
Last Thursday was a day for the history books, with yet another edition of Kings and Queens of Corbet’s going down at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. The venue? None other than Corbet’s Couloir right under the top of Big Red. The athletes? 26 heavy-hitting skiers and snowboarders hungry for the title and ready to absolutely throw down. Lucky for them, the Tetons have been going through one of the most epic storm cycles in history, transforming Corbet’s into the ultimate playground for
The Freeride World Tour’s first stop just went off in Ordino-Arcalis, Andorra, and wow was it a show. Sunny skies and spring-like conditions welcomed the competition, with athletes in all categories holding nothing back to secure the season’s coveted first points. Competition went down on the Port del Rat face, which proved the perfect playground for athletes to unleash their tricks. Here’s what happened: Ski Women: Hedvig Wessel’s enormous and flawless backflip off a cliff put her on top of