And you - what did you have to do for powder?
Video, powder and other cool stuff for riders
Curated by Guillaume Decugis
Full story : https://medium.com/@.claude/avalanche-f6467c530066
This is a video my friend Claude posted after he got caught in an avalanche 5 years ago. Everybody made it safely but things could have ended badly. This is a good reminder of some basic safety rules, among which having beacons and ABS bags of course but also keeping safe distances. The video clearly shows that if they had been packed, skiing at 10 meters from one another, they'll have been all caught in the same batch.
(Also check the full story on Medium - in French).
Imagine yourself soaring 30ft in the air on a pair of skis. Now picture a helicopter with whirling blades whirring under you.
What was he thinking?
GoPro Line of the winter winner Nicolas Nicolas Falquet at the top of the Matterhorn.Simply crazy
Note that even he hesitate in the final run. Watch and you'll understand why...
Leo Taillefer's winning submission to GoPro's line of the winter contest
I've done this track more than a few times. Never at this crazy speed though... Impressive!
FEW WORDS A CANDIDE THOVEX FILM FEW WORDS an award winning documentary that retraces the life story of the most accomplished skier in the world Candide Thove...
This guys is simply amazing. Here's his story.
A morning riding the Solaise area Off Piste with Iggy and our Guide, Nico from Evolution 2. This was from the 2nd April 2015. Good times with great people.
Who said there's no snow in the Spring? As they say, "Val d'Isere always delivers".
(Did I ever mention it's my favorite resort?)
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Run de ski du record de la descente du Mont-Blanc établi du sommet jusqu'à l'église de Chamonx en 32min par Nicolas Anthonioz le 25 avril 2013.
Attention ça décoiffe !
With some walking in the end... Impressive.
Drone + GoPHEXO+ is an intelligent drone that follows and films you autonomously. Aerial filming for everyone. Questions? Quick answers guaranteed
Forget GoPro on your helmet: this is even better. Xavier de le Rue has been playing with drones to shoot amazing movies for a while: looks like he found a way to make his idea mainstream. Amazing and brilliant: well done!