November 30, 2010 | Categories: Snow Photos, Snow Related | Tags: dan treadway, josh bibby, josh bibby joshman files part 1, joshman files, joshman files 1, level 1, level 1 produtions | Leave a comment
Went up to Stowe last night, might have been a little bit antsy to ski but went for it regardless. We were expecting to see some rough roads on the way up and decided the evening drive would be better than super early morning. After an eventful evening of looking for gas at 2am in desolate Waterbury, VT and trekking up to the Bolton base lodge with 0 miles ’til empty — we reached the Stowe lot. They received about 4″ of snow from the small lake-effect event the day before and the wind was blowing it around pretty well. Unfortunately we slept in (nothing to do with the bud light before bed) waking late and coughing up the outrageous $59 dollars for a day ticket. After about 10 runs with Lucas’ new GoPro HD we decided to take a little tour across to the Gondi side. It was windy and overcast so the photos didn’t come out great but the HD helmet cam is insane! SO stoked to have it, we’ll have something up soon.
Went over to the Jibba Jabba Rail Jam today @ Rye Airfield — put on by our partner Granite Gorge as well as Steeze, SASS and some of our other friends. They had an awesome setup that they had built the night before, drying out the ice supply across the Seacoast including everything Exeter and Dover Arenas could put forth.
November 27, 2010 | Categories: Snow Photos, Snow Related | Tags: alpine live, Alpine-live.com, Granite Gorge Terrain Parks, jibba jabba rail jam, PM.snowtec, rye airfield, SASS, SASS global travel | Leave a comment
I can’t seem to embed this video but it’s an HD 360 degree Point of View camera, 100% controllable. It’s mind bottling to say the least, this is some serious innovation.
Well the EC is pretty dry, Sunday River has 18 trails open and word is Killington is skiing pretty well too. It looks as though there could be a mild snow event throughout the next few days up North so keep your eye on the weather. We’re also thankful that Lucas got a GoPro HD yesterday, it’s going to make everything that much easier to document. I’ve included some T-Giving stoke, keep your tips up!
It’s amazing how timeless powder skiing is, enjoy this vintage video of Bob Smith –founder of Smith Goggles as he tests out his designs at the home base of powder skiing, Jackson.
November 25, 2010 | Categories: Snow Photos, Snow Related | Tags: bob smith, Killington, red mtn, skiing thanksgiving, smith goggles, smith goggles testing, snow turkeyday, Stowe, Sunday River, thanksgiving, thanksgiving 2010, thanksgiving skiing, turkeyday, turkeys | Leave a comment
Whistler (just hit mute before you click)
I pretty much modeled my website after seeing how well this guy did last year, he focuses solely on Squaw and Squaw athletes and they always put out good edits, here is a sample of what they’ve come up with so far this November.