I got a job at a desk, so I've been doing some day dreaming.
What does your perfect ski season look like?
Is it living in a camper and chasing storms around BC with your sled?
Living like a grease ball in summit with your friends?
Ballin' out in Denver and flying your private jet to Aspen on the weekends?
I think mine would start in the Southern Hemisphere in August, shredding some big mountain stuff in NZ, then maybe hop over to check out the Slvsh cup.
After that I'd head to Stubai for the prime park session or whatever they call it. The jumps out there look unreal, with a beautiful backdrop. I'd love to shoot all the great skiers that come out.
CO early season is pretty fun, too. So I'd pop over there and hang out until the snow started getting deep elsewhere. Run down south to Silverton etc for the big December storms.
I might stay in CO all the way until January, when I'd head to Japan to pick up a van and romp around Hokkaido. For a month or two.
I've never been to Europe, so maybe February into March I'd explore the alps. Maybe BC instead of Europe, depending on who was having a better winter. Or both!
April would be time to come home and enjoy the glory that is spring skiing in the cascades.
May/June would be spent on a sailboat in either the Norwegian fjords, or Iceland. Touring and skiing to and from the boat. That is dream trip #1.
Already being in that part of the world, I'd try and head over to Zermat to ski some with Will, Sami, Rob and the crew.
Then it would be time to start over again.
**This thread was edited on Aug 29th 2016 at 8:51:20pm