Freeride Chronicles Hitting the Powder Highway

Posted By: Freeride Chronicles on January 3, 2013 12:55 am

It’s about to get real for the crew at The Freerdie Chroniclesthis week as they hit the road on British Columbia’s infamous Powder Highway shooting powder segments for next seasons TV shows. Their first stop is three days at the legendary Monashee Powdercats.  According to Bob Legasa “the crew is pretty stoked to get after it on this shoot as British Columbia has been getting hammered with snowfall,  plus there’s a new edition to the team on the first stop, Young Gun, Landon Gardiner who’s a Former Member of the US Freestyle Ski Team. Landon’s more than ready to be sending it.  

After Monashee the crew heads east to White Grizzly for a few days and then they’ll cap it off with a visit to the pioneer of snowcat skiing, Selkirk Wilderness Skiing.

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Team member Tommy Frey is ecstatic to get back to Selkirk Wilderness where he had one of his best days ever last season at SWS as he chewed up the Kootenay Coldsmoke. This season he’s ready to put his Rossignol Squad 7’s to the test on some of SWS steep terrain.

Make sure you stay tuned to the Ski Channel and the Freeride Media Facebook page as new videos and images will be uploaded daily from each of their stops. The Freeride Chronicles, get ready!

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A former member of the United States Freestyle ski team, Bob Legasa combined his passion for skiing, outdoors and storytelling and created Freeride Media. Bob has won numerous Society of Photo Journalism Awards and a highly coveted Emmy Award. With over 25 years as a professional Freestyle skier Bob has taken his knowledge of the sport into a variety of different fields including, Television, journalism, coaching, and event management. Bob's passion for skiing can be seen on The Freeride Chronicles Together with his wife Jane of 21 years Bob has two beautiful girls Alli and Hannah. The entire family loves to ski and they can be found most every winter weekend skiing at Schweitzer Mountain.