This winter serious skiers and snowboarders have been escaping from Europe en masse, fleeing abominable conditions in search of more powderific locales.
In this video Ueli Kestenholz chooses Japan. Hokkaido was where he won a bronze medal in the inaugural Giant Slalom snowboarding event in the 1998 Nagano winter Olympics - naturally, the place has good memories for him.
No peak to conquer, no set lines to ride, just a map, a rental car, his board, and deep, deep powder. It isn't all gravy though. Wind chill temps of -20 celsius mean that poor Ueli has to do a lot of moving to stay warm.
Swiss Crossover-Athlete Ueli Kestenholz is giving you an insight into his exciting life, playing with his favorite elements Snow, Air, Water and sometimes he even stays on the ground! Here are some sports you may expect. speedride, snowboard, surf, bike, paraglide, wingsuit, skate, kitesurf, skydive...
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Be a part of one of the first Drone Film Festivals in history and make your mark. We want to see skiing, snowboarding, surfing, wingsuit flying, climbing, BMX and mountain biking like we’ve never seen them before. It’s in your hands.
Climbing Daily - The freshest news in bouldering, sport climbing and alpinism presented by Matt Groom. Matt is a climber, mountaineer and long-term admirer of Jimmy Webb's beard. Based in Chamonix, France, he'll be bringing you all the late...
Welcome to the second season of The Blizzard, the weirdest, wildest, and most ridiculous snowboard show on the internet. This season Noel and his trusty sidekick, Carter, are taking the world of snowboarding for all it's worth with bigger b...
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