The Perfect Glades - Ski The East: Working For The Weekend

Working For The Weekend S3|E5 - The Perfect Glade
by

Sometimes the conditions, terrain and crew line up just right. This final episode from the Chic Choc Mountains of Quebec features Ben, Louise, and Paige discovering "the perfect glade" on a glorious sunny powder day.

 


0
0

Add your comment

by Anonymous - Already have an account? Login now!
Your Name:  

Comment:  
Enter the text you see in the image below
What do you see?
Can't read the image? View a new one.
Your comment will appear after being approved.

Related Posts


A backcountry ski gear checklist for some of the most common gear you'll want to have in your backcountry arsenal, when setting out on various backcountry ski tours.  more »

Spectral: the 13th annual production from Ski The East and Meathead Films features everything from earn-your-turns backcountry to make-your-own urban. This is the full spectrum of skiing in the Northeast....  more »

The High Speed Wedel of Professional Skier Marcus Caston.  more »

Spinning laps on the iconic single chair on a 16" powder day... doesn't get much better than that. The Ski The East team shreds the rocks, stumps, cliffs, waterfalls and spacious glades around Mad River Glen, VT. Promised Land: Mad River Ruckus brought...  more »

The Way Up [final cut] from Dogy Down Films A backcountry ski film about why we're there, from a group of 7 friends who have a combined 14 kids (and counting). Sometimes the way up is just as important, and you can sleep when you're dead. Filmed in...  more »

This video is about Mount Bohemia which is located in the northernmost part of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Mount Bohemia has the longest runs with the highest vertical and deepest powder in the Midwest. This hidden secret is a true treasure for...  more »

In search of spring lines, stoke and scotch, the Puzzle Media crew, along with British Freeride founders and friends, headed north to the Scottish Highlands in May this year. Our team had twenty days to plan and execute an exploration of the Scottish...  more »

Submit your own

Contribute:



Ask a Question