"Fieberbrunn is a place with gauranteed snow," said the elder Fieberbrunn local Sepp Pletzenauer when interviewed for the Austria segment of Way Of Life. "It has the open terrain, nobody around, beautiful powder snow, and I just go and make my path."
Sepp's sagacious outlook on his home terrain proved to be more than accurate. The powder that Sage Cattabriga-Alosa, Dylan Hood, and Colter Hinchcliffe found there after a seven-hour detour due to "overgadgeting" proved to be not only deep enough to blind them (literally), but enough to win the nod for the year's Best Powder segment from both the Powder Magazine Video Awards and, this past weekend, the Cold Smoke Awards. Tim Durtschi also nailed Best Male Performance for his Way Of Life segment.
After that bit of praise, we couldn't help but to share the full segment with you this morning so you could have as much time as possible to stockpile water cooler jokes about faceshots, needing windshield whipers, and getting barrelled with your fellow office shredders as possible. With the high pressure system we're currently sitting in here in the Tetons, we'll be doing the same thing...
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Sending Corbet's is a maneuver which requires a lot of confidence and perhaps a little bit of insanity. Nuking into Corbet's on a sit-ski, on the other hand, is a whole different level. Watch Trevor Kennison launch himself in one of the most impressive videos to come out of Kings and Queens today. Related: Kings and Queens of Corbet's Start List Follow our Instagram story for updates on the action going down at Jackson Hole, and say tuned for a full replay of the event.
There likely isn’t a more recognizable ski run in North America than Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s infamous Corbet’s Couloir. What better place than to hold a unique big mountain freeride competition than here? Enter Kings and Queens of Corbet’s, now going into its sophomore year with a stacked line up of both big names like Travis Rice and up-and-comers. The weather window for the competition opens up this Sunday February 10th. RELATED: Kings and Queens of Corbet's 2018 Highlights Who you
Just when you thought Karl Fostvedt couldn't get any crazier, he decided to hit Corbet's SWITCH. Yeah, and he stomped it. But was it enough to maintain his reign as king of Corbet's? Tough to tell considering the equally impressive runs from Travis Rice and Blaine Gallivan. For now, we'll wait in suspense until the winners are announced this Saturday. RELATED: Watch the 2019 Kings and Queens of Corbet's now. Compared to his winning 2018 run, Karl outdid himself this year: