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Snow

One Lap at a Time

| Matthew Tufts

An eclectic band of Argentine locals cultivates a grassroots backcountry ski community in one of the world’s most unforgiving mountain ranges.

Down from the Mountains

| Josefine Ås

A French ski patroller’s move to become a permaculture farmer. “There’s no doubt. I have become a man who lives at the foot of La Meije’s north face, by the Romanche River where my vegetables now grow.” This is Jean Charles Bonsignore’s pepeha,

Black Summer, White Winter

| Bill Barker

From the bushfires of Ulladulla to the snows of Kashmir, it’s been a wild year for Bill Barker.

Circumnavigating Crater Lake by Ski

| Colin Wiseman

Sampling the offerings at Crater Lake.

Adventures in Motherhood

| Jasmin Caton

Jasmin Caton worried having twins might slow down her life in the mountains. Then she remembered what her parents did with her.

Foothills: the Unlinked Heritage of Snowboarding

| Patagonia

The people of Petran, Turkey, have been snowboarding for roughly 300 years. It’s not snowboarding as we know it, but you’ll recognise it.

What Do the Winds Bring?

| Kieran Brownie

After surviving calamity in British Columbia’s Coast Mountains, a few skiers return to COVID-19.

The Secret Life of Trees

| Patagonia

Our film Treeline follows skiers and snowboarders as they move through three extraordinary forested landscapes in Japan, British Columbia and Nevada, exploring the connection between humans and our oldest living companions.

Mountain of Storms

| Patagonia

The mythological origin story behind the Patagonia name and philosophy, and proving what’s important isn’t what you accomplished, it’s how you got there.

The Last Hill (Until the Next One)

| Patagonia

Searching for an honest adventure right out their backdoor, a group of skiers and snowboarders travel south from Reno, Nevada on bicycles loaded down with ski and camp gear.

Treeline: The Film

| Molly Baker

Trees are intertwined with human existence—through religion, in times of war, in standing for what we’ll fight to protect, with our hopes and wishes that we share. They stand implanted in our own history.

Treeline: The Core

| Taro Tamai

Riding in Niseko, Hokkaido mostly means riding through trees. Most are heavily bent, hard birch deciduous trees, reaching their branches wide to their sides.

Treeline: Trespassing

| Garrett Grove

When we move through the forest in winter, we’re often left wonderstruck by snow-shrouded trees bent and morphed from years of wear in silent solitude.

Treeline: Homegrown

| Leah Evans

You’d think I’d get tired of going to the same places, but by touring through the local treescapes, I’ve woken up to the dynamic details of the forest. The way the moss hangs or the light shimmers in certain patches – the silver shine on the bark of a massive cedar that makes it look like it’s glowing from the inside out. I see something new every day.

Ski Tales from Kashmir

| Bill Barker

The storms came rolling through just when you wanted them… and they came in big! The snowfall events delivered awesome conditions in the trees while blanketing the massive alpine bowls with a few extra feet.

Knowledge Dispels Fear

| Jye Parkinson

I haven’t been to New Zealand since I was five years old. It was the first place I ever saw snow and rode the mountain.