Time stands still in the Old World. There’s an unmistakable beauty when one gets to experience a magical European storm. Quaint alpine villages with church steeples stretch from the valley floor, as if they could reach the surrounding peaks. Join DPS Koalas Piers Solomon and Santiago Guzman in Gressoney Italy, for the fourth installment of the 2015-16 Shadow Campaign, Reverie.
This is the fourth film from DPS Cinematic's The Shadow Campaign Volume II. If you missed the first three, watch them on our TGR profile. Fair warning: you may be buying a ticket to Japan after watching them or ditch your job and become a ski bum like Snowflake.
From The Column: TGR Trip Report Picks
Testimonies began last week in Eagle County, Colorado, regarding the avalanche death of 13-year-old Taft Conlin on January 22, 2012 at Vail Ski Resort. Conlin was killed in an in-bounds slide near the Upper Gate of Prima Cornice while skiing with 3 friends. He did not appear to be carrying any avalanche safety gear when he was caught. Conlin’s parents, Louise H. Ingalls and Steve Conlin, are suing Vail as a “direct and proximal result” of Vail’s negligence that resulted in their son’s
Colton Stiffler photo Dan and Nancy Jocham weren’t ready for ski season to be over when Big Sky Resort closed on April 22 this spring. Lucky for them, it wasn’t. On a warm, bluebird day in early May, the couple and a friend, Greg Awe, helicoptered five times to the peak of the resort–the 11,166-foot Lone Mountain–becoming the first members of the public to heliski on a commercial trip in Montana. Dan, 58, had never won anything in his life before scoring this trip in a drawing hosted by
Backflip to a yard sale—not the most ideal combination to huck off a steep kicker. Unfortunately for Fabian Omne, that’s exactly what happened when he tried to go big at the Scandinavian Big Mountain Championships in Riksgränsen, Sweden. Watch as the Swiss skier takes the fall straight to the face. Ouch. Thankfully, he was able to walk away and is currently recovering from the crash.