Salomon TV: Becoming History, 20 Years of Salomon TenEighty [Trailer] Twenty years ago, the New Canadian Air Force and Salomon changed skiing forever with the release of the Teneighty ski. The original crew comes together in Whistler to celebrate the anniversary and look back at what has happened in the sport. Salomon TV Trailer - Dream Trip: Kashmir Twenty-two year old Swede, Lovisa Rosengren, chooses Gulmarg, Kashmir as her dream trip spot with Cody Townsend and Kalen Thorien. What was supposed to be a cultural trip, turns into so much more when a 3 meter storm rolls through the resort.
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Subscribe now! 50° NORTH [Episode 6] The Bag Steep slope skiing involves a lot of technique, but also a lot of equipment. Tony Lamiche And Alex Pittin show us what we can bring with us up the mountains. 50° North [EPISODE 1] First episode of the serie, 50 ° North with Alexandre Pittin, Tony Lamiche and their friends.
Each episode comes to discover the world of vertical skiing.
Edit proposed and directed by Alexandre Pittin and Julien Roure. 50° North [EPISODE 2] Ski Mountaineering as seen from the inside. Confidence is an all-time requirement in this alpine practice, showcased in prime form in this webserie.
In this episode, Tony and Alex testify to the importance of the rope and to never ski alone in the mountains. Security is sometimes synonym of enjoyment. Kilian - Salomon TV Kilian Jornet is considered the greatest mountain runner ever. But he doesn't consider himself a runner. Join Kilian in his new backyard in Norway as he attempts to ski and run in a single day the Seven Summits of Romsdalen, a 77km route with 9000m of elevation gain. The Highway - Salomon TV Since the first time professional skier, Stan Rey, drove up the highway between Vancouver and Whistler 20 years ago, he’s had a dream of skiing the Tantalus Mountain Range. Visible from the highway, but accessible only by helicopter, the Tantalus Range taunts serious skiers with it’s glaciated peaks every time they pass by.
Every year Stan plans to ski those mountains but day to day life always seems to get in the way. When his sister, Olivia, was badly injured in a car accident on the highway in November 2015, Stan is forced to reconsider his priorities and a dream is finally realized.
CAST AND CREW
Featuring Stan Rey, Olivia Rey, Alexi Godbout
Produced and Directed by Mike Douglas and Anthony Bonello
Executive Producers Bruno Bertrand and Benjamin Aidan
Written and Edited by Mike Douglas
Cinematography by Mike Douglas, Anthony Bonello, Blair Richmond Sound Design and Mix by Gregor Phillips
Associate Producer Susie Douglas
Still Photography by Eric Berger Salomon TV 2016 - Dream Trip 2 [http://tv.salomon.com/story/dream-trip-2] - Check the story
For the second year in a row, we asked our fans: What is your #FreeskiDreamTrip? Canadian Tim Loch was lucky enough to be chosen from 5000 applicants. His Dream Trip? The Powder Highway in BC with Mike Douglas, Cody Townsend and Chris Rubens. In January 2016, Tim joined the Salomon crew for two weeks where they skied Revelstoke, Stellar Heliskiing, Whitewater, Selkirk Tangiers Heliskiing, and Blanket Glacier Chalet. Guilt Trip - Salomon TV [Full Movie] The only thing greater than this group of skier's desire to claim a first ski descent on Greenland's second highest peak is the size of their carbon footprint to get there. Loaded with guilt, they decide to bring along renowned glaciologist, Alun Hubbard, who’s scientific hypothesis, if proven, could rewrite popular projections of global sea-level rise. However, the entire expedition is put in question when they arrive in Greenland and discover their objective is beyond the range of all available aircraft. Shot on location in Greenland
To learn more and see more episodes go to: http://tv.salomon.com/story/guilt-trip/
Film Tour & virtual reality experience:
November 5 & 6 Banff Mountain Film Festival (tix banffcentre.ca/festival-s...)
November 16 New York City (tix guilttripbrooklyn.com)
November 17 Toronto (tix bit.ly/greenlandto)
November 18 -20 Kendal Mountain Film Festival (tix mountainfest.co.uk/)
December 1-4 Whistler Film Festival (tix whistlerfilmfestival.com/)
December 9-18 Bilbao Mendi Film Festival (tix mendifilmfestival.com/MFF/inde...)
More to come...
Alun Hubbard, Chris Rubens, Kalen Thorien, Simon Thomson, Pierre Muller
Directed & Produced by
Anthony Bonello, Mike Douglas
Bruno Bertrand, Ben Aidan
Narrated & Edited by
Mike Douglas, Anthony Bonello
Original music by
Sound design & Mix by
Blair Richmond Chasing a Rumor - Featured on Salomon TV In the middle of nowhere Nevada lies one of the most beautiful couloirs in the world. The couloir named "Terminal Cancer" has drawn people from all over the world to ski within its high walled confines and down its straight as a rule fall line. When Cody Townsend heard rumors of more Terminal Cancers lying deep in the hidden and remote confines of the Ruby Mountains, he joined Elyse Saugstad and Josh Daiek for a rendezvous with TC and then he and Josh set off on a 5 day mission snowmobiling, skinning, hiking and climbing on the hunt for more steep, narrow and aesthetic couloirs. Canvas - Featured on Salomon TV Canvas is an athlete driven ski film that showcases all aspects of skiing. These skier's travelled from far and wide to find desirable conditions that best suit their disciplines. As they venture into the unknown in search of deep pow, big air, and self satisfaction they find themselves leaving a mark on the snowy slopes creating a masterpiece in which they call their Canvas.
Featuring: Alexi Godbout, Stan Rey, JF Houle, Josh Daiek, Vincent Gagnier, Alex Beaulieu-Marchand, Dean Bercovich, Dana Flahr and Maxim Arsenault.
Produced By: Alexi Godbout
Edited By: LeighPowis
Sponsored by: Salomon, Whistler Blackcomb and ForeCast Ski Magazine.