Salomon Freeski TV S6

 

Authored by salomon on Wednesday, March 27, 2013 - 10:37

This the extended version of the Salomon Freeski TV Season 5 episode - Glacier Express. Until now it has only been seen at film festivals.The 'Good Times' crew rides again. This time Kaj Zackrisson and Mike Douglas ski Switzerland using only the train to get around. In a challenging season in the Alps, the boys do a pretty good job of finding a lot of good powder.
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Authored by salomon on Tuesday, March 12, 2013 - 08:51

Antoine Boisselier has stared across at the Belledonne Mountains his whole life. He's always dreamed of laying ski tracks on their difficult-to-access slopes. Two years ago, he and a group of close friends launched their paragliders from across the valley and took a chance.
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Authored by salomon on Tuesday, February 26, 2013 - 09:21

A new GoPro edit is uploaded to the internet every 3.57 seconds, but trust us when we tell you, this is not just another GoPro edit. Featuring the skiing of: Mark Abma, Kaj Zackrisson, Cody Townsend, Chris Rubens, Alexi Godbout, Mike Douglas, Tommy Ellingson, AJ Kemppainen, Vincent Gagnier, and more.
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Authored by salomon on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 - 11:33

Every summer, forest fires burn wildly across the temperate mountain regions of the world. As destructive as they are, they have a purpose and beauty that often goes unappreciated. As winter arrives in the burned forest, so do the skiers. They have come to celebrate new lines opened up by the previous summer's fires that have now burned themselves out -- or have they?
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Authored by salomon on Tuesday, January 29, 2013 - 11:49

Nestled in the southern Mediterranean Sea, Sicily is not your typical ski destination. Kim Havell and Elyse Saugstad spend a week there trying to decide which is more alluring and dangerous: the romantically-charged Sicilian males or the lave-spewing volcanic crater of Mt Etna?
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Authored by salomon on Wednesday, January 23, 2013 - 12:19

Austria is known as the cradle of modern skiing. Chris Rubens and Mike Henitiuk explore this country's obsession with sliding on snow from the Hahnenkamm to the Arlberg.
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Authored by salomon on Wednesday, January 2, 2013 - 11:54

Over the past 3 years he's logged first descents in a half-dozen countries, battled back to life from an accident that nearly killed him, and become the most talked about skier in the epicenter of all things extreme -- Chamonix, France.What makes Andreas most intriguing, however, are his thoughtful musings on meaning from a life on the edge - a willingness to enter mental spaces that few have...
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Authored by salomon on Tuesday, December 18, 2012 - 19:44

Marking America's only unguarded border, the Portland Canal is the 4th longest fjord in the world. At the head of it, lay the towns of Stewart, BC and Hyder, Alaska - and the base for Last Frontier Heliskiing. Cody Townsend & Chris Rubens use a helicopter and their skis to explore one of the last great wilderness areas left on earth.
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Authored by salomon on Tuesday, December 4, 2012 - 19:32

Alexi Godbout, Vincent Gagnier, and Leo Ahrens travel halfway around the world to feed their hunger for flight on skis. When they arrive, they find the same passion in the eyes of the kids living at the foot of the Chilean Andes.
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Authored by salomon on Tuesday, November 20, 2012 - 15:00

The Arkhyz Gosdacha (Архыз Госдача) sits in a remote river valley on the north side of Russia's Caucasus Mountains. Built as a mountain retreat for the leaders of the Soviet Union during the Cold War, this lavish estate has played significant role in shaping the history of our modern world. Kaj Zackrisson, Mark Abma, and Mike Douglas discover it also serves as a fine stepping-off point to some...
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Authored by salomon on Tuesday, November 6, 2012 - 09:25

We skiers are a strange breed. When most of society is running for cover, we find ourselves rejoicing at the sight of a cold low pressure system circling on the Satellite loop. We yearn for the feeling of cold powder snow blowing in our faces. Inside a swirling maelstrom of snowflakes, we feel most free.
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Authored by salomon on Tuesday, October 23, 2012 - 08:13

Under twinkle of stars and light of moonspirits roam the world at night emerging cold and frozen from shadows left and right more richly colored than the daythey'll play 'til dawn's first light set your clocks, the fun begins at quarter past midnight
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Authored by salomon on Tuesday, October 9, 2012 - 14:51

As editor of Bravoski Magazine, Tatsya Tayagaki's job is to keep his finger on the pulse of Freeskiing in Japan. He travels the country in his home-on-wheels in search of passionate skiers and hope after the nation was devastated by an earthquake and tsunami in 2011.
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Authored by salomon on Tuesday, September 11, 2012 - 11:16

Andreas Fransson has been called the boldest extreme skier in a generation. Over the past 3 years he's logged first descents in a half-dozen countries, battled back to life from an accident that nearly killed him, and become the most talked about skier in the epicenter of all things extreme -- Chamonix, France.What makes Andreas most intriguing, however, are his thoughtful musings on meaning...
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Authored by salomon on Tuesday, August 21, 2012 - 12:53

Salomon Freeski TV is back for it's 6th season! Twelve short films will be released online bi-weekly starting October 9, 2012. This year the Salomon team chased powder and stories through Russia, Japan, Chile, Austria, France, Sicily, Canada, USA and more in what promises to be the best season yet.
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