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The Liberty Skis team met up in Rossland, British Columbia in Canada, where a large, looming storm was expected to hit the Selkirks. Kootenay Pass is a backcountry haven nestled between the towns of Cranbrook and Nelson. The area is home to vast amount of easily-accessible ski touring. We met up with Fritz Keller, a legendary local guide who knew the region like the backside of his hand. Eager to get out and score deep, early season turns, the team headed for the pass and were happy to be greeted with deep snow. The snow was so light and deep that the team ended up hiking and skiing for five straight days. After the trip wrapped up, the team celebrated a truly amazing adventure and packed up to chase the next storm cycle.
Credit: Brody Jones & Peak Media
Skier: Zak Mousseau, Max Moffatt, Brendan Mackay, Anatole