#85 Hadley Hammer – Skiing and Podcasting

#85 Hadley Hammer       Hadley Hammer is a skier and a podcaster from Jackson Hole Wyoming.   She produces and hosts the Nausicaa-cast which features female athletes from non-stick and ball sports.  Hadley wanted a way to not only engage herself intellectually but be able to present female athletes through a platform where […]

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#70 – Matt Sterbenz – 4FRNT Here and Now

#70 Matt Sterbenz – 4FRNT HERE and NOW       Matt Sterbenz is the Founder of 4Frnt skis and was in Whistler to kick off the season with a presentation at Whistler’s Escape Route with Kye Petersen and Eric Hjorleifson, 2 members of the 4FRNT team. Matt is also on the kneehab program which has […]

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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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#1 Skiing Podcast Returns with LPP SEASON 3 – Tune in November 19th

  SEASON 3 of the LPP Returns to your devices Thursday,  November 19th!!     The #1 skiing Podcast returns and we’ve got tons of great  new shows lined up with great guests and interesting stories. HAVEN’T got the Podcast yet?   You can listen to it by subscribing with one of these.  So easy.   […]

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LPP Summer Series 2.4 / Whistler Blackcomb Glacier Snowmaking Project – Arthur Dejong

LPP Summer Series 2.4 / Whistler Blackcomb Glacier Snowmaking Project – Arthur Dejong         This is is the fourth instalment of this season’s LPP Summer Series.  We’ve been up on the Glacier hanging out with the Camp of Champions this summer.  During our time  we’ve caught up and recorded with the Coaches, […]

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LPP Summer Series 2.3 / Camp of Champions – Maude Raymond, Doug Bishop, Ken Achenbach

LPP Summer Series with Camp of Champions – Maude Raymond, Doug Bishop, Ken Achenbach           Part 3 in our LPP Summer Series with Camp of Champions features key players in the featured Team Weeks at camp.    Maude Raymond with Girls Week,  Doug Bishop returns with New Schoolers Week and Ken […]

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LPP Summer Series 2.2 / Camp of Champions – The Diggers – Lucas Ouellete, Ahren Stein

LPP Summer Series with Camp of Champions – The Diggers  – Lucas Ouellette, Ahren Stein       Part 2 of the LPP Summer Series at the Camp of Champions features the Diggers. These guys are the caretakers of the lanes. They shape, maintain and also throw down on all the features in the park. […]

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#35 – Whistler Blackcomb Nintendo Terrain Park – Charles Beckinsale

WHISTLER BLACKCOMB  – NINTENDO TERRAIN PARK GROOMER – CHARLES BECKENSALE       There is always a silver lining. This season the West coast of North America has been pretty dismal when it comes to it’s snowfall totals. Barebones, Dry, Low-tide or whatever expletive laden description you need to use to describe it should come […]

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#34 – Nicolas Teichrob – Cody Townsend – LPP Short

NICOLAS TEICHROB and CODY TOWNSEND at SIA 2015           The end of January through February is tradeshow season for the ski industry.   Three big events are the Outdoor Retailer (OR) show, SIA (SnowSports Industries America)  and ISPO in Europe.  These shows are gatherings of the entire ski and snowboard industry. […]

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LPP Japan Part 3 – Satoshi (Sebastian) Tsukahara – Hokkaido Backcountry Guides

          In LPP JAPAN Part 3 we go touring in the Kiroro backcountry and skiing at Rusutsu Resort which are both easily accessible by car from Niseko where we decided to make our home base. An old friend and roommate of mine from Whistler many years ago, Hiroyuki Nishio, or Jackie […]

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Olympic Silver Medalist Kelsey Serwa, Stan Rey, Dave Gheriani Ep.28

       They’re BACK!  She told us if she won an Olympic Medal at the Sochi Games,  she would come back to visit the LPP.   Well… Kelsey Serwa has returned because she won the Silver Medal in the Women’s Ski Cross!! Kelsey Serwa, Stan Rey and Dave Gheriani all returned to the studio […]

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Mark Abma, Kristi Richards, and Solfeggio – Episode 27

SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN         Pro-skier Mark Abma and Olympian and holistic nutritionist, Kristi Richards own and operate Solfeggio. “An organic, farm to table restaurant inPemberton, BC.  I set up the studio and sat down with Mark and Kristi in the warm, cozy Solfeggio on a cold afternoon. Mark and Kristi have always […]

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Foon Skis / Johnny Chilton – Episode 26

SUBSCRIBE and LISTEN         The LPP was invited to visit Johnny “Foon” Chilton and Foon Skis headquarters.  Johnny was a big mountain pioneer  back in the 90’s with friends and legends, Eric Pehota and Trevor Peterson.  During the years of travelling and professional skiing, Johnny could never really get the companies he […]

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Episode 22- Traversing the Fedchenko Glacier – Holly Walker, Vince Shuley, Zebulon Blais

Holly Walker, Vince Shuley and Zebulon Blais talk about their upcoming mission to traverse the Fedchenko Glacier in Tajikistan. They will be joined by Emelie Stenberg and Selena Raven Cordeau and will spend 30 days climbing, exploring and skiing the largest glacier located outside of the poles. Find out how a trip like this comes […]

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Episode 18 – Nimbus Independent – Chris Benchetler / Pep Fujas / Jeff Wright

Skiers Chris Benchetler, Pep Fujas and Filmer Jeff Wright rolled in to town to do work for their ski film company, Nimbus Independent. We talk about claiming crashes, avoiding snipers and about them working on 4 different projects we’re going to get to see soon! Special thanks to Kimmy Benchetler for making us a delicious […]

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Episode 16 – Eric Hjorleifson / Matty Richard

Eric (Hoji) and Matty are amazing skiers and equally good guys. In this episode they talk about the Freeride Touring camps they’ve been coaching early season at Golden Alpine Holidays and about getting after it on summer skiing missions. Hoji also discusses some of his process of developing gear for Dynafit and 4FRNT. Enjoy! GOLDEN […]

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Episode 15 – Skiing with Olympians – Julia Murray / Davey Barr

The Olympic Episode!  I met Vancouver 2010 Olympians Julia Murray and Davey Barr at the base of Blackcomb mountain on a pow day to go do a little skiing.  We had some great conversations as we ascended the mountain from chair to chair.  They tell us about their Olympic experiences, the Skiing with Olympians program […]

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Episode 15 Teaser – Skiing with Olympians – Julia Murray and Davey Barr

Olympians Julia Murray, Davey Barr and myself went skiing and recorded all of our chairlift conversations! We talk about their Olympic experiences, the Skiing with Olympians program at Whistler Blackcomb and Jules Fuel breakfast cereal all while getting up to ski some POW!  Just in time for the olympics in Sochi! FULL Episode Thursday, February […]

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Episode 12 – Suz Graham and Braden Dean jump off things

Pro skier Suz Graham and Pro Snowboarder Braden Dean have created a bond over a common interest of scaring themselves. That’s what I think anyway. They came by the studio to chat about the new EpicTV web series they’re each developing in which they showcase their on snow skills and crazy BASE jumping adventures. If you […]

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Episode 11- Zoya Lynch / Ryan Proctor – Arcteryx Deep Winter Photo Challenge

LISTEN TO THE FULL EPISODE RIGHT HERE Zoya Lynch is the 2014 Arc’teryx Deep Winter Photo Challenge, “Queen of Storms”.  Deep winter is a 72 hour photo competition, taken place, within the bounds and operating hours of Whistler Blackcomb mountains.  6 photographers compete for the title of King or Queen of Storms by creating a […]

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Episode 11 Teaser – Zoya Lynch – Arc’teryx Deep Winter Photo Challenge “Queen of Storms”

The Arc’teryx Deep Winter Photo Challenge is a 72 hour, 6 photographer contest to produce the best in-bounds series of photos to claim the title of “King/Queen of Storms”. The contest takes place on Whistler and Blackcomb mountains and the show sells out every year! This year the Queen of Storms is ZOYA LYNCH!  She […]

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Garywayne Skis on the next Low Pressure Podcast

Sheldon Steckman makes Garywayne skis. Garywaynes are possibly the most innovative and most unique ski that you’ll find shredding pow today. Full rocker, full reverse sidecut, and a revolutionary convex base make them different from anything you know. Check them out so you know what were talking about, this Thursday, December 12 right HERE at www.lowpressurepodcast.com. […]

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Episode 2 – Photographer Reuben Krabbe, Skiers Tobin Seagel & Dave Gheriani

Reuben Krabbe and skiers Tobin Seagel and Dave Gheriani talk about their epic mission to Tombstone Territorial Park, in Canada’s Yukon Territories. Their ultimate goal was the difficult task of capturing a photo combining a skier and the Northern lights in the same shot while dealing with the challenges of camping in the far North, […]

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