For this new DPS Skis edit, Sweetgrass Productions co-founder Ben Sturgulewski went up to the infamous Refugio Frey hut outside Bariloche, Argentina, with Chilean big-mountain skier Santiago Guzman. The pair came across a dog name Conga, who leads them into the hills and chases Santi down the area's windswept aprons framed by the red granite of the Andes. A beautiful piece that will remind you that you should also probably walk the dog today...
You've got to have some grit to be the Queen of Corbets. Take it from Veronica Paulsen, who spent three years trying to land a backflip in the 45-degree chute for JHMR's Kings and Queen's of Corbet's competition. When she finally stuck the landing last year and won the grand prize, it was life-changing. Paulsen broke boundaries for women’s skiing and catapulted herself into the limelight. However, that day wasn’t just a stroke of luck, but rather the culmination of many backslaps, poor
We all hear legends of the Whistler backcountry. Endless cold smoke pow, bluebird days, big lines, epic trees, you name it. Just like any good ski spot, Whistler has its secret stashes that only a select few get to ski every year. This spot in the Callaghan Valley meets all those criteria for the perfect backcountry cache. In their new film, Head Freeskiing shows all the glory of the old growth forest surrounding the Journeyman Lodge. Skiers Riley Leboe and Ian Morrison call Whistler home and
Comment dit-on…. steezy en Français? The Line Skis French team just dropped their recap of last season and it has all the classic ski edit vibes we love. Backed by Ice Cube, these boys did not hold back. Between hitting a moving truck as a box, a little bit of paragliding, and those base area jibs, there’s no shortage of style here. If you don’t speak French, you might want to turn on the subtitles so you can hear just what a good time they’re having. Also, if it means skiing this well, we’re