The Liberty Skis team met up in Whistler, British Columbia for two weeks in July to ride at Momentum Ski Camps on the Whistler Blackcomb Glacier. Take a look at what the crew got up to on and off the hill.
After the first snowfall on Canada's West Coast, Zak Mousseau and Tanner Gordon headed out to Calgary to meet up with the 403 Media crew. The crew spent the next couple weeks exploring and shooting around Alberta before heading West.
The Liberty crew picked up Teal Harle in Vancouver, and headed to Whistler Blackomb to meet Joe Schuster. After a couple days of spring riding, the crew packed up and headed to Big White, Silver Star, Lake Louise, and Winsport.
After Teal Harle and Tanner Gordon's long competition season, they headed to Whistler Blackcomb to relax before the World Ski and Snowboard Festival. Then Max Moffatt and Jake Ondrick linked up, and the crew had sunny days before storms rolled in.
The Liberty crew drove down from Canada to Mt. Hood for West Coast Sessions 9. The group spent the first couple days lapping the park, but, once the weather cleared, the team got to go big on the large jump.
Ski shop employees Trey Clauss, Jim Riley and Lindsay Cline ski with Jackson Hole Mountain Resort guide Karin Sieber in March 2012. They got early tram, were shown secret stashes and were given tips on how to ski Jackson Hole terrain.
Patagonia's hour-long documentary by Sweetgrass Productions tells the story of the long battle over the future of British Columbia’s iconic Jumbo Valley and highlights the tension between the protection of wilderness and the backcountry experience.