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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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April 18, 2012
Traveling is tough on any sort of routine, but anyone who has tried to keep a workout regimen while on a vacation or a business trip has experienced the difficulty of fitting in training on the road. But for people like Warren Miller Entertainment athlete Jess McMillan, who travels a lot and must stay at the top of her game as far as strength and fitness, on-the-go training is not an option, it is a necessity.
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April 18, 2012
Ted Ligety gives his perspective as he is filming with our crew at heliskiing and heliboarding company, Chugach Powder Guides in Girdwood Alaska.
April 16, 2012
For the first time ever, we are hosting an early release of last year's film for download on iTunes. Be one of the first to own it months before it's released on DVD.
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April 11, 2012
In 1983, a Warren Miller cameraman filming at Squaw Valley tracked down a ski bum named Scot Schmidt, whose tracks he had seen on some of Squaw’s most intimidating lines. That little mission just happened to open the door for what would become one of the ski world’s biggest legends.
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April 5, 2012
If you were eating breakfast and got a call for a free heli trip, what would you do? Probably call the fastest ride you could think of.
April 5, 2012
Fifty years after its inception, iconic American ski company K2 is not only still going strong, but remains an industry leader in product innovation. K2 maintains its irreverent and humorous attitude – never taking the ski world too seriously, but today’s K2 engineers keep their eye on the ball, churning out progressive gear every season. By Brigid Mander
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April 5, 2012
We proudly bring you the first glimpse of our sixty third feature film. There is a place only recently identified by scientists; a place they now understand skiers and snowboarders achieve where, the faster they go physically, the slower things appear to them mentally. Come with us as we enter ... the Flow State.
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March 21, 2012
The Nature Valley NASTAR National Championships brings racers of all levels and motivations together. There will also be some partying after the races are done with celebrity athletes and free concerts. By Brigid Mander
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