JAPAN: Peaks, Pillows & Pow - The Fourth Phase with Travis Rice - Ep. 3

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In this third episode, Travis and longtime partner-in-crime Mark Landvik push the boundaries of the Japanese Alps on huge pillow lines as they chase the notoriously deep powder of this supernatural country. Mark’s sense of humor shines brightly bringing out the lighter side of Travis – and unveils a friendship built on decades of missions in the backcountry.

Playful moments between Travis and Mark are juxtaposed with dicey terrain during their ongoing chase to find the perfect storm.

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