Follow my blog with Bloglovin Let’s try to reverse engineer this. The building blocks include an abundance of low-density snow, a deep snow-pack, cold temps, blue skies, and committed skiers. Oh yeah, and probably the easiest access to quality powder skiing the lower 48 has to offer. Ask any devout powder skier in the USA… Read More »
Here is some cool Sage POV of a random lap at the bird early 2010…he’s following Matt C.
Last year there was an exceptional winter snowpak throughout southern Utah. They were getting pounded with storm after storm while we all drooled over their fortunes up north in the Wasatch. This is a killer piece documenting some incredibly rare, desert spine skiing in Southern Utah. Great story, great footage, great music. Nice work Provo… Read More »
Last November I posted a clip of Vintage Alta Powder that Mark Johnson originally posted to YouTube and then AltaCam. Folks loved it! In fact it’s still in the top 5 Google results for the search term “Alta Powder”. Not too shabby, eh? Anyways Mark posted another great piece of vintage Utah skiing footage to… Read More »
Talk about stepping it up. Just happened to stumble upon one of Sage’s latest clips from the new TGR stuff, and he has once again blown us away. We went searching for some more, and found four total that TGR leaked out already…that I thought to share here. Two of my favorites are embedded below,… Read More »
Most of you reading this probably already know that Shane McConkey passed away on March 26, 2009. I never had the opportunity to meet him, but Danette met his parents once through Jim & Elfrieda Shane (We both heard that he was named after the Shane family and former owners of Goldminer’s Daughter in Alta.… Read More »