Sky Pilot

After arriving home from the Weart mission, I wanted to take a day off and then do another mission before the forecasted storms changed the snowpack. Unfortunately the weather seemed to be coming earlier than expected, and Sunday was the last perfectly clear day. For my ski line I needed all of the sun’s energy …

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Dalton South Face

Dalton South Face

Whistler is one of the busiest resorts in the World, with millions visiting each year.  On the way up from Vancouver, the Garibaldi Massif (aka. Diamondhead) is probably the most iconic mountain people see. There’s lots of skiing to be had on the massif, but all of the lines are hidden from the eyes of …

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Local Badass: Steve Corbett and the first quadruple backflip (1974)


“Interviews with local badasses – an attempt to uncover some reality in the media-hyped world of ski heros. People who have pushed the limits of skiing with little fanfare.” I’ve known Steve for over five years, and have always been fascinated with the story of the quadruple back flip. The footage actually spent several years …

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The Ledge

Steep Skier

The Ledge has been on my mind ever since the Sea To Sky Gondola opened. The majority of people in the Squamish / Whistler area probably don’t know of it’s existence, but you can see it from many points along Highway 99, including the Tantalus lookout. It’s also visible from the gondola. But only the …

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