The Powder Pilgrimage - A Splitboarding Road-Trip Full-Length Movie

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This is the story of two friends. Two Splitboarders that decided to leave their jobs, friends, and family to travel in search of powder. To follow their dreams of riding lines across the west from Wyoming to Alaska.

"On January 1, 2014 I departed Salt Lake City with my friend and touring partner, James. We had saved up money, winterized the camper, and packed our gear. The next half a year took us across the northwest, through British Columbia and up to Alaska. The Powder Pilgrimage was the trip of a lifetime, but it will not be my only one."

For the blog, photos and more on the trip check out thepowderpilgrimage.com

 


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