M.Douglas, C.Rubens and K.Zackisson head to the world’s swankiest ski resort, St. Moritz, in an effort to find good snow in the Alps. they realize that jumping in a helicopter is the only way to get the lines they want.
After disappointment at the 2008 X Games, Sammy Carlson jumped on a plane and headed to the Alberg region of Austria. Alone with a film crew, a foot of powder, and 7 straight days of sun, Sammy took his skiing to a new level.
Mike Douglas, Mark Abma, and Kaj Zackrisson venture into the awe-inspiring Chugach Mountains surrounding Valdez, Alaska. Challenging conditions push the three to their limits, and Kaj survives the most dangerous crash of his life!
In an effort to do the final round of testing on Mark Abma’s new bamboo ski – The Shogun – Mark, Cody Townsend, Kaj Zackrisson, and Laurent Niol venture to the the southern part of Chile for a sled-skiing mission into an untapped part of the Andes.
We jump on the bus and follow Kaj Zackrisson and Cody Townsend as they tour the Alps in the mobile Big Mountain Freeskiing contest known as the Swatch O’Neill Big Mountain Pro.
Some of the best photos come from the places you’d least expect. In this episode we travel to Tennessee, Ste. Foy, Whistler, and West Virginia, in an effort to explain the story behind the photo.
On this episode we take a look behind three of our favorite photos of the season. Matt Walker turns video games into real life, sliding a chairlift cable at Ski Bowl, Oregon. Elyse Saugstad charges a huge line in the Utah Backcountry, and Christoph...er Frankum and Mattias Fredriksson combine forces in Lofoton, Norway to create our favorite photo of the year.
For ski bum, Jeremy McLure, living in Whistler is a childhood dream come true. We follow Jeremy through a Whistler winter to see what it takes to ski powder everyday in North America’s most notorious ski town. Along the way you’ll learn why Whistler’s Peak Chair is the most entertaining place in the world on a bluebird powder day.
Bobby Brown, Henrik Harlaut and Alexis Godbout meet in Narvik, Norway. The goal: Hitting backcountry jumps with the fjords of the Lyngen Alps as a backdrop. Bad weather forces the crew to change plans and head to Are, Sweden for what turns out to be the best jump session of their lives.
Mark Abma, Mike Douglas and Dane Tudor are in Girdwood living the good life –skiing Alyeska Resort and heliskiing with Chugach Powder Guides. After a two-week storm, the weather finally clears, and the crew stumbles upon the ‘most-stacked’ zone of Alaska spine-lines that they’ve ever seen. Part 1 of 2.
John Symms heads to Asia to take a look into the emerging freeski scene in South Korea. XD and his X-Crew show off their outfits, cuisine, and passion for the sport at ski area that’s open 24/7. If this episode doesn’t make you smile, you need a new sport.
Just when Mark Abma, Mike Douglas and Dane Tudor think it can’t get any better at CPG Girdwood -- it does. Blue skies, epic spines, and huge booters cap off an all-time trip to Alaska. Part 2 of 2.
Nick Martini, Alexis Godbout, and Matt Walker meet up in Boston, USA for an urban road-trip through New England. Over the course of ten days these guys slay and destroy 12 rails, update their tall-T wardrobe, try true east coast lobster, and make friends with local law enforcement.
La Grave ski bum, Olivier de Souza, lives in a beat-up van in the parking lot at the base of La Meije. In this show he explains how he got there, what keeps him there, and why he has no plans to leave anytime soon.
A year in the making, Mike Douglas and Cody Townsend fulfill a dream of towing into big waves on skis in Hawaii. After 4 weeks, 5 broken skis, and 1 big scare, they proved that it is, in fact, possible. Is it just cool, or is there a future for skiing on waves?
Decide for yourself.
Kaj Zackrisson, Mark Abma, and Mike Douglas go to Monterosa, Italy in the middle of the snowiest winter in 25 years. While the locals were kept busy trying to keep their roofs from collapsing, the crew shredded uncrowded and untracked powder for 2 weeks straight.