#66 – Watkin and Oscar McLennan – RV Ski Trip

#66 – Watkin and Oscar McLennan – RV Ski Trip       I met Oscar and Watkin McLennan where I meet most people I know.  On the Mountain.  The brothers from Australia were in Canada collecting content for Chillfactor Magazine and Mountainwatch.com which both have their fingers on the pulse of Australian skiing. I […]

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#62 – Shred With Ed – Skiing With The Eddie Bauer Crew

#62 – Shred with Ed – Skiing with the Eddie Bauer Crew   We were invited to spend a week with the Eddie Bauer 1st Ascent crew as they descended upon Revelstoke for their yearly ski trip. The trip was a content mission, collecting video and photos documenting the fun and great stories that come […]

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#61 – Andy Mahre – Stoked to Ski Pow and Hit Cliffs

#61 – Andy Mahre – Stoked to Ski Pow and Hit Cliffs   Andy Mahre comes from a very successful skiing family.  His dad and his uncle are two of the most successful American skiers winning gold and silver medals at the Sarajevo Olympics among many other skiing achievements.  It’s safe to say that Andy […]

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# 59 Marc Piche – Mountain Conditions Report App

# 59 Marc Piche – Mountain Conditions Report App   Marc Piche is the guide who teaches guides how to guide. Marc is an internationally certified IFMGA Mountain guide and is currently the Technical Director of the Association of Canadian Mountain Guides. In this role, Marc works extensively in the Canadian Mountain and Ski Guide […]

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#53 Angel and John Collinson – Super Siblings

#53 Angel and John Collinson – Super Siblings       What’s the opposite of sibling rivalry?  It’s what Angel and John Collinson do. We sat down with Angel and John during the Red Bull Cold Rush 2016 event in Revelstoke and got glimpse of the brother/sister dynamic first hand. First things first, congratulations to […]

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#49 – Skiing Blind – Donovan Tildesley

#49 – Skiing Blind – Donovan Tildesley   Donovan Tildesley is blind a skier.   Have you ever said something like, “I couldn’t see a thing up there. It was like skiing blind!”? Donovan Tildesley can relate. Whether it’s bluebird or a whiteout, it doesn’t matter because Donovan wouldn’t know anyway.  He’s been visionless from birth. […]

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#48 – Mountain Life Magazine – John Burak / Todd Lawson / Feet Banks

#48 – Mountain Life Magazine – Coast Mountains Edition             Have you ever wondered how a magazine operates? Why did they choose that photo? Where did the idea for that story come from? How do they tread the line between advertising and content without looking like a total shill? Today’s guests […]

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#47 – Backcountry Snow Safety Day – Simon Thomson / Chelsea Sullivan

#47 – Backcountry Snow Safety Day – Simon Thomson / Chelsea Sullivan       We all love the mountains.  They’re pretty awesome.  We also know that they need to be respected and that anything can happen without notice.  The LPP gets the new year started off on a note of safety and responsibility with a bit of […]

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#45 FATMAP – Reinventing Mobile 3D Ski Maps – Misha Gopaul

#45 FATMAP  –    Reinventing Mobile 3D Ski Maps       FATMAP co-founders Misha Gopaul and David Cowell are ski touring buddies.   On one of their trips in the Albanian alps, they got caught in a white out.   After an stint of “painful navigation” with a traditional map, they made their way […]

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#44 – Gear4Guides Organization – Olaf Sueters

#44 – OLAF SUETERS – GEAR4GUIDES providing equipment to ski guides in poor countries.       Olaf Sueters is the founder of the non-profit organization, Gear4Guides.  It’s a small charitable organisation providing knowledge and equipment to local communities in areas where unemployment can reach more than 80% in winter but where the opportunities for winter […]

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