#112 – Photographer Chris Burkard

#112 Chris Burkard Chris Burkard       Chris Burkard is one of the most accomplished and sought after photographers today.  He has become one of those artists where all you need to do is look at one of his photos and you’ll know….” That’s a Burkard”.   He was in Whistler to compete in […]

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#105 – Greg Hill – Leading the “Charge”

#105 Greg Hill Leading the “Charge” with Sustainable Adventure Full Podcast Episode       UPDATE!! Watch – The Curve of Time:   Skier, Guide, and Environmentalist Greg Hill,  is leading the way in figuring out what we can do to become sustainable adventurers.  It’s a a theme that is building momentum within our community […]

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#104 McKenna Peterson Is Your Captain

#104 – McKenna Peterson Is Your Captain       McKenna Peterson’s life has been very closely tied to and influenced by her family.  In the Winter she grew up in Sun Valley Idaho skiing with her parents and her siblings.  In the Summer the clan hopped on a commercial fishing boat and sailed North […]

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#102 Marcus Caston – Return of the Turn

#102 Marcus Caston – Return of the Turn       Marcus Caston is a skiing purist.   The SLC native believes that we should all be back on straight, skinny skis for the sole reason that it will separate the good from the average.   Marcus, who’s turns and face shots have graced the cover […]

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#101 Nat Segal – Finding the Line

#101 Nat Segal – Finding the Line       Aussie freeskier Nat Segal is here this week with a very entertaining conversation about,  “Finding the Line”  the new documentary ski film.  The the theme of the film, which she’s making with her sister and former Olympian skier Anna Segal, is based on fear.  The […]

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#100 Ian McIntosh – Motivation to Stay Inspired

#100 Ian McIntosh       The first ever LPP guest, Ian McIntosh returns and joins us for a fantastic conversation to bookend our first 100 episodes! Ian McIntosh is a thinker and a planner.  I don’t know if you could catch him unprepared.  This is equally true with his life away from skiing.   […]

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#99 ABM – Alex Beaulieu Marchand

#99 ABM /Alex Beaulieu Marchand       Alex Beaulieu Marchand otherwise known as ABM has been skiing since he was in diapers.   His parents would actually change them on the gondola in between laps.  It seems like getting started at such an early age has done wonders for ABM.  He tells us about […]

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#98 Chad Sayers – Capturing Moments

#98  Chad Sayers Capturing Moments in the Mountains         My old friend Chad Sayers has been a world traveller and adventurer for the better part of the last 2 decades.   Known mainly for appearing in countless ski publications as well as Jordan Manley’s fantastic,  “A Skier’s Journey” film series,  Chad is currently […]

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#96 SKI THE EAST w/ Chris “Rooster” James and Geoff McDonald

Ski The East

#96 Ski The East       Chris “Rooster” James and Geoff McDonald created,  SKI THE EAST,  the rally cry and East coast skiing’s main identifier.  The two friends met in college while creating a “Jackass” style show for the campus’ TV station.  After multiple citations and several threats of getting kicked of school filming […]

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#94 Sven Kueenle – Set Goals For Success

#94 Sven Kueenle       This week we have German Freeskier, Sven Kueenle.   I connected with Sven while at the IF3 festival in Montreal. He was there to support the latest Legs of Steel film, “Same Difference”.   Sven spent more time travelling to the event than he was able to spend there […]

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#88 Daniel Rönnbäck – Journey Through Photography

#88 Daniel Rönnbäck       Swedish photographer, Daniel Rönnbäck stopped in at the LPP Studios while in Whistler to compete in the Olympus Pro Photographer Showdown at the World Ski and Snowboard festival.  He decided to accept the invitation to the contest  because it happened to coincide perfectly with the JP Auclair Memorial event.  Daniel […]

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#87 – Colter Hinchliffe – Skiing and Climbing

#87 Colter Hinchliffe       Colter Hinchliffe made his way to Whistler this spring from his home in Aspen Colorado to take advantage of the amazing Canadian spring snow conditions we have this year.  He’s here with his snowmobile and is on a mission to stack ski footage to use for upcoming projects.   […]

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#86 – Wiley Miller – Skiing is First

#86 Wiley Miller        Wiley Miller always wants to ski. Skiing comes first and even if he wasn’t getting paid… he’d still do it. Wiley, originally from Billings Montana has found himself relocating frequently in the last few years.   He’s lived in Salt Lake City,  Revelstoke and is now currently in Pemberton BC. […]

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#79 SLVSH w/ Matt Walker and Jason Mousseau

SLVSH

#79 SLVSH with Matt Walker and Jason Mousseau       This episode we examine the phenomenon that is SLVSH.  Phenomenon?  Yes.  SLVSH is basically a game of HORSE on skis played between two excellent athletes,  filmed and edited then released weekly.  What makes it so important is that its a concept that is at […]

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#71 – Matt Elliott and Andrew Bradley

#71 – Matt Elliott and Andrew Bradley       Matt Elliot and Andrew Bradley are OG’s in the Whistler Skiing scene and have spent a lot of chairlift rides together and have taken even more photos.   Matt is currently the cover-boy for the latest Warren Miller flick, “Here there and Everywhere”.  Andrew, “loves skiing […]

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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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#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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#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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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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