From Sherpas Cinema and the North Face, Tsirku is a three-part film series featuring skiers Hadley Hammer and Sam Anthamatten with snowboarder Ralph Backstrom attempting to ski Corrugated, a set of spines on the Tsirku Glacier.
From filmmaker Thomas Woodson, photographer Adam Clark, and skier Drew Peterson Skiing the Wild West documents Peterson’s mission to ski the tallest mountain in each of the western states.
From Yucca Productions and Black Crows Skis Nocta features skiers Bruno Compagnet and Layla Jean Kerley as the shred night laps illuminated by headlamp.
From Salomon TV, The Art of the Turn brings together ski racers including legend Gunther Mader, champion Luca Aerni, and rising star Paco Rassat to define the perfect turn.
In the final installment of Stio’s A San Juan Story, skier and narrator Oliver Sutro takes us through his process of leaving Telluride which involves skiing all his bucket list lines.
In this ski film from Dakine, skiers Sammy Carlson, Karl Fostvedt, and Lucas Wachs traveled to Hakuba, Japan in search of one epic storm.
Lovingly used and abused
From Stio, A San Juan Story follows a crew young skiers as they explore the endless opportunities surrounding the ski mecca of Telluride.
A few weeks back we posted Faction's This Is Home. Though the footage was sweet and satisfying, there was a lingering hope that they may provide us with a little dessert. And did they ever.
In this film from Salomon, pro skiers Kalen Thorien and Cody Townsend take twenty-two-year-old Swedish skier Lovisa Rosengren to Kashmir, India.