We had one hell of a year filming for Winterland in Jackson last season. But don't just take it from us, listen to Tim Durtschi. He spent his winter enjoying the historic snowfall. Go behind the scenes with Durtschi himself as he celebrates one of the deepest and snowiest winter's in Jackson Hole.
With lots of other fun things to deal with, like a communist dictatorship, a broken economy, and a problematic nuclear weapons program, to name a few, North Korea isn’t exactly known for its skiing. But don’t let those other things distract you, as the Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un reminds us, especially when the nation just unveiled a brand-new ski resort. The Yangdok Hot Spring Cultural Recreation Center just opened, with a ribbon cutting performed by none other than Mr. Kim himself.
Simply put, if you’ve never skied at night, we suggest you go out and do it right now. Hey, there’s even a full moon tonight, so that sounds like a great opportunity! Our friends over at El Flamingo made a short film to celebrate this unique experience. Skiers Max Kroneck and Jochen Mesle head up into the alpine above their hometown in the Austrian Alps in search of solitude and pow turns. RELATED: Ice & Palms - Bikepack Skiing Across the Alps with Max Kroneck and Jochen Mesle The film
Swiss freeskier Jeremie Heitz is one of the true sleepers of the sport – he doesn’t show up often, but when he does it’s absolutely next-level. A few years ago, he blew our collective minds with a film about skiing classic ski mountaineering lines in the Alps in a freeride style. Nobody had ever accomplished this before, and Heitz made it look easy. Last year, we saw him face off with Daron Rahlves in a GS race down a 50-degree big mountain line. RELATED: Black Crows' New Short Shows The