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Pure California Corn - Mt. Shasta

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May 2018 - 1.4K views

I took a trip up to the Shasta Area on May 3rd and 4th. I started hiking around 3am and made my way to the summit 10 hours later. A 7,000 vertical foot descent was my prize. The snow was sublime and the skiing was pristine the entire way back to the Bunny Flat trail head. A worthwhile first experience at Shasta.

Attack Of The Butterflies - Mid July Skiing On Lassen Peak

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Jul 2017 - 1.5K views

On the evening of July 21st my roommate Justin and I set out for Lassen Volcanic National Park. Hoping to find some good snow we camped out the first night and made our way over to the peak on the morning of the 22nd. Shortly after we began hiking up the peak trail we were swarmed by tens of thousands of California tortoise-shell butterflies. We spent the rest of the hike admiring the scenery and the mass amounts of butterflies. One of the park rangers told us that the butterflies had migrated to the area in order to pollinate some of the flowers growing on the volcano. The entire experience was surreal. We eventually scrambled over to the Northeast face of the peak and skied down through an endless cloud of butterflies. We finished the day with a few more miles of hiking before setting up camp again for the night just under the peak.

While You Were At The Beach // Not Your Average Summer Skiing Edit

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Oct 2016 - 2.4K views

Not your average summer skiing edit. All of this was filmed between June 1st and September 1st.

This summer may have been the best summer of my life. I was fortunate enough to take two cross country road trips on top of a few long weekend adventures. I traveled to regions of the country that I never thought I would see and I slept in my car most of the way but it was worth it because I got to ski in tons of amazing places including three national parks during a span of four days. This summer has proven to me once again that skiing will take my life to heights I can't imagine.

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While You Were At The Beach // Not Your Average Summer Skiing Edit

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Oct 2016 - 2.4K views

Not your average summer skiing edit. All of this was filmed between June 1st and September 1st.

This summer may have been the best summer of my life. I was fortunate enough to take two cross country road trips on top of a few long weekend adventures. I traveled to regions of the country that I never thought I would see and I slept in my car most of the way but it was worth it because I got to ski in tons of amazing places including three national parks during a span of four days. This summer has proven to me once again that skiing will take my life to heights I can't imagine.

High and Dry - Brian Gillis - 14/15 Season Edit

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Sep 2015 - 942 views

For the fourth year in a row Tahoe had sub par snow totals. The 14/15 season was my fifth year skiing and it was the first year that I felt like I was decent enough to make an edit. Despite the low snow I progressed further than I ever imagined I would. I pushed myself to hit big mountain features that put me out of my comfort zone and I survived them all. I had a great year and would like to give a big shout out to everyone who helped make it possible. Hope you like the edit.

Pure California Corn - Mt. Shasta

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May 2018 - 1.4K views

I took a trip up to the Shasta Area on May 3rd and 4th. I started hiking around 3am and made my way to the summit 10 hours later. A 7,000 vertical foot descent was my prize. The snow was sublime and the skiing was pristine the entire way back to the Bunny Flat trail head. A worthwhile first experience at Shasta.

Attack Of The Butterflies - Mid July Skiing On Lassen Peak

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Jul 2017 - 1.5K views

On the evening of July 21st my roommate Justin and I set out for Lassen Volcanic National Park. Hoping to find some good snow we camped out the first night and made our way over to the peak on the morning of the 22nd. Shortly after we began hiking up the peak trail we were swarmed by tens of thousands of California tortoise-shell butterflies. We spent the rest of the hike admiring the scenery and the mass amounts of butterflies. One of the park rangers told us that the butterflies had migrated to the area in order to pollinate some of the flowers growing on the volcano. The entire experience was surreal. We eventually scrambled over to the Northeast face of the peak and skied down through an endless cloud of butterflies. We finished the day with a few more miles of hiking before setting up camp again for the night just under the peak.