Even in 2019, there aren't many ski films featuring women or produced by women. With that in mind, we're especially stoked to see rad lady-shredders like Maddie Jones, Zoe Blewett, Taylor Lundquist, Stefanie Mossler, Mina Itaba, Brooke Potter, Natalie Oaks, and Laura Obermeyer bucking the trend.
Their upcoming film, Jyosei, features women, and is entirely produced by women. Not only that, but it looks sick. How about a Jackson Hole premiere, though?
This season has been a big one for Christina Lustenberger in the first ski descent department. After a stellar winter and early spring hunting big lines in British Columbia, she set her sights on an expedition to Baffin Island, where she joined Brette Harrington, Hilaree Nelson, Emily Harrington, Drew Smith, Jordan Manoukian and Mathis Dumas. Camping on a frozen fjord, the crew ticked of a series of ambitious ski objectives, including a repeat of the classic Polar Star Couloir and a first
The North Face and Pattie Gonia (they/she/he) are teaming up to host a Summer of Pride, aiming to celebrate how nature lets you be who you are, and all of the beautiful ways that you get outside. With workshops, panels and activities for all, Summer of Pride is about exploration in all shapes and forms. Their mission is to help cultivate community together through a love for nature and having a good time outside. The tour heads to Portland, OR, Columbus, OH, Denver CO, and San Francisco, CA.
The season isn’t over here in the Tetons! With the Tram re-opening for summer ops last weekend, it’s still possible to ski up high. Conditions are even still pretty good. We’ve been seeing folks getting after it up on Cody Peak, but Teton Brown went right for the big prize – Central Couloir. After looking really thin all year, some spring snowfall finally brought it back from the dead, and Brown went for it. Not bad for May 25!