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June 21, 2012
Introducing the logo for Warren Miller's 63rd feature film, Flow State. The Flow State is a place of such singular focus and connection with the environment, that in this place, you can achieve things previously thought impossible. Enter the Flow State…where the mountain meets the mind.
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June 21, 2012
Davenport and friends climbed and skied 15 volcanoes in the Pacific Northwest in 14 days, for a total of 78,641’ feet of climbing, and traveled nearly 142 miles on their skis.
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June 14, 2012
Warren Miller Entertainment camera crews headed over to Switzerland to film Kastle athletes Hugo Harrisson from Canada, and Swiss skier Sascha Schmid, on his home turf.
June 8, 2012
I just returned from Svalbard, Norway where I was with fellow Helly Hansen team mate Aurelien Ducroz filming for Warren Miller Entertainment's next movie "Flow State" ... It was one of the most beautiful and unique trips I have ever been on. By Jackie Paaso
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May 31, 2012
NASTAR, the largest public grassroots ski race program in the world, proudly announces a new partnership with Aspen/Snowmass to serve as the host resort for the 2013 and 2014 Nature Valley NASTAR National Championships.
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May 31, 2012
Best known as the Egan Brothers, Dan and John Egan were first spotted by Warren Miller crews at Sugarbush, VT, in 1978. They went on to star in over a dozen Warren Miller films, together and individually, showing that ski bums could make good.
May 18, 2012
Tommy Moe, Daron Rahlves and Marco Sullivan spent their mornings heli-skiing corn snow, followed by afternoons of king salmon fishing.
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May 17, 2012
Chris Anthony is a long-standing professional skier and adventurer, who shreds around the world and has been in over 20 Warren Miller films. This past winter, he shot a Warren Miller Entertainment segment in Colorado that paid tribute to the iconic 10th Mountain Division, made famous by their unique mountain-based contribution during World War II.
May 3, 2012
Wow, we nailed it with the timing here in AK! For three days before we got here it was raining and foggy. Then Tom Day, Danny Day and I show up and BAM! The first two days of the trip are blue bird and amazing. My first time here to Points North Heli in Cordova, and my first time filming with Warren Miller, and I'm like, "Wow I guess it's always sunny in Alaska!" It looks like the luck is on our side with the weather. The trip has started out well with some amazing conditions and we are already pushing it pretty hard. I am lucky enough to be shredding with Mitch Toelderer, an amazing big mountain snowboarder from Innsbruck who charges as hard as anyone and is a super humble person to be with in the mountains. I am learning a lot from him and it's fun to pushi it a little! All the photos on this post were taken by Mitch. Thanks Mitch, and nice work yesterday sending the first run ever down "The Rattlesnake". That was burly! It looks like sun for another few days so I'll try to send an update soon!
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May 3, 2012
Tiny, high quality, point-of-view, or POV cameras are in widespread use by amateurs and professionals. The POV perspective allows filmmakers to bring the audience in for a new, thrilling experience like never before.
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