For Bryan Iguchi, the mountains are a powerful place, a place where he can hone his craft not just as a snowboarder, but as an artist and a member of the greater mountain community. The mountains around Jackson Hole are a place to seek solitude, but also a place to share experiences like those he found while filming Roadless with his close friends Jeremy Jones and Travis Rice. The mission was not just to go for a walk seeking out big lines in the wilderness, but also to re-connect with one another after many years apart.
On the 10-day expedition through the wilderness of Wyoming, all three athletes kept journals, chronicling the days’ events as well as the feelings of awe the mountains instilled in them. Check out what Bryan Iguchi wrote in his and learn more about how the whole trip came to be.
Roadless is still touring, with the film coming through Jackson Hole this Thursday 11/14. Tickets are still available here.