Road to Zion with Henrik Harlaut Official 2014 Trailer


Suffering a tragic and unexpected loss when skiing’s unabashed maverick and Harlaut’s friend Tom Warnick passed away early season, Harlaut started his wildest contest season yet: defending X-games gold, throwing Wu-tang signs in Russia during the premiere of slopestyle at the Olympics, and organizing his first ever invitational event with his brother, Phil Casabon.

“Looking back at this year is so crazy for me,” Harlaut says. “But I had the most fun and it’ll all be exposed in ‘The Road to Zion.”After the craziness of the Olympics filming finally started Finland, Austria, Italy and back to Colorado, jet-setting back Europe for the premiere B&E inventational event and finishing it all off up in northern Sweden.

Henrik Harlaut will go on tour this fall with his movie across North America in September and October along with Phil Casabon and his movie ‘Keynote Skier’. Then both movies will release online end of October!

Inspired Ski Movie Tour
*more locations coming soon

Sept. 12 Quebec City, Canada D-Structure Pro Shop
Sept. 14 Montreal, Canada Orage HQ
Sept. 15 Burlington, Vermont University of Vermont
Sept. 16 Durham, New Hampshire University of New Hampshire
Sept. 17 Buffalo, New York University of Buffalo
Sept. 18 Columbus, Ohio Ohio State University
Sept. 19 Detroit, Michigan Don Thomas Ski Haus
Sept. 21 Gobles, Michigan Timber Ridge Ski Area
Sept. 22 Champaign, Illinois
Sept. 23 Madison, Wisconsin University of Wisconsin – Madison
Sept. 26 Minneapolis, Minnesota University of Minnesota
Sept. 30 Bozeman, Montana Montana State University
Oct. 1 Missoula, Montana University of Montana
Oct. 4 Spokane, Washington Bing Crosby Theater
Oct. 5 Seattle, Washington
Oct. 6 Portland, Oregon
Oct. 8 Lake Tahoe, California
Oct. 9 Boise, Idaho
Oct. 10 Salt Lake City, Utah University of Utah
Oct. 12 Denver, Colorado



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