#126 Jossi Wells – The Year of Power

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#126 Jossi Wells New Zealand’s Jossi Wells has established himself as one of today’s most versatile freeskiers.  He’s represented his country at the Olympics and has won X Games medals in 3 separate disciplines including big air, halfpipe and slopestyle where he won gold in 2016.  He’s achieved a lot in his career and there […]

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#125 Tanner Hall – The Catalyst is Skiing

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#125 – Tanner Hall Tanner Hall has always been a polarizing figure.  Most people have a opinion on who they think he really is.   I’ve come to learn that those opinions are usually wrong.   Tanner is competing on the Freeride World Tour and we connected in Golden BC, at the Kicking Horse stop. […]

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#124 Chris Booth – Black Crows to Awayco

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#124 – Chris Booth Chris Booth is a fascinating person.  He just spent the last 4 years building Black Crows Skis into one of the hottest and most desired brands in the industry.  When a company has that rare type of momentum and is experiencing yearly, exponential growth you’d think that would be a time […]

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#122 Andrea Byrne – Arms of Opportunity

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#122 – Andrea Byrne Andrea “Dre”  Byrne Andrea Byrne, or “Dre” as she prefers to be called,  is another fresh face on the scene.  Dre recently moved from her home in Fernie to Whistler, BC to be embraced by the “arms of opportunity”.  For an up and coming skier, Whistler is definitely a place where […]

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#120 – Photographer Bruno Long

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#120 – Photographer Bruno Long Bruno Long Personally, some of my favourite episodes are with the ski photographers that visit the LPP.  They seem to have a different thought process when in the mountains.  Skiers see the lines the way they want to ski them.  Photographers see the lines the way they want to shoot […]

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#119 – Sammy Carlson – Transitions in Skiing

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#119 Sammy Carlson Sammy Carlson       Sammy Carlson is an achiever.  We won’t say he’s an over-achiever because nothing he does really seems out reach for him.  Since his early days on the competition circuit, until now, pushing his limits in the backcountry,  Sammy has always approached skiing with a rare ease and […]

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#118 – Marty Schaffer / CAPOW Guidin’

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#118 Marty Schaffer / Capow Marty Schaffer Marty Schaffer has a passion for skiing that he spreads to everyone around him.  He is the founder of CAPOW,  Canadian Powder Guides which is based out of the Blanket Glacier Chalet, the Schaffer family owned and operated backcountry lodge located in the Monashees. Photos by Zoya Lynch CAPOW […]

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