For their final episode extravaganza the Under the Weather crew go to a cabin deep to the Whistler backcountry, get pitted, get avalanched out, come back and go on to ride some of the best lines of their lives. It's not all freeride skiing heroics, though, - there are plenty of bad interviews.
"We're all born with natural gifts," says director Eliel Hindert. "Intellect, physical ability, or being able to burp the national anthem. but we're also all born with disabilities. In our case, we all suck at interviews." Eliel has put some of the crew's dumbest and funniest interview moments into this one and also asked one of the men behind the lens, Mr. Scotty TItterington, to vent good and hard about the ridiculous stuff he sees beyond the riding everyday.
Kamikaze Lines In The Canadian Backcountry | Under the Weather, Ep. 5
Follow the highs, lows, and madness of five up and coming local pros through their season in the mecca of Winter adventure Whistler, BC. With the highest concentration of amazing terrain on the planet combined with the circus that is Whistler itself, each episode is sure to entertain and awe in the same stroke. Follow Powder Magazine Breakthrough Performer of the Year nominees Nick McNutt, and Eliel Hindert, along with TGR Colab finalists Jordan Clarke, Flo Goeller, and Andreas Unterberger as they mix business with pleasure and push the limits of what's possible in the backcountry.
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