If you are looking for a distraction from that-other-post, this is a pretty good one.
It is over an hour long though, so only watch it when you have time.
hahahahahah I like your text.
Anyone remember when Seth worked up at Casper’s midmountain restaurant? Damn, was that the winter of 94/95?
oh yeah deez…i worked the casper chair that year. those were the days…and like this movie says, “much simpler”.
actually, there are a lot of good lessons relating to the skiing in this movie. i like it quite a bit.
Great video Steve, thanks for sharing.
Thanks Steve that was great.
Thanks for sharing Steve this is great. I didn’t have much of a father figure like Seth and really poured a lot of energy into mountains and skiing like he did. Its great how all dedicated skiers share a fellowship, even if you don’t do 120ft. front flips like Seth. I like how articulate JP Auclair is in the film… so many ski celebrities are hard to listen to in interviews but JP is refreshing. And the intimate filming of those lines in Cham were awesome! I was surprised they didn’t talk about Kye’s father passing in Chamonix in this film… Hope you get some good powder turns this week Steve.
Probably the best ski film I’ve ever watched. Brutally honest about the emotions that drive guys like Seth. So flipping refreshing to see a hero like him really ratchet it back and get scared like he did in Cham. Book my tickets now. What an amazing place.
Cool to see former, somewhat annoying pro skiers like T. Hall grow up and share a different, more mature perspective on their profession. I always respected their skiing but now respect their ability to evolve as people even more while still getting after it.