Don't watch these videos if watching someone plow through bottomless pow pillows will make you depressed. Transplanted Whistler local Tadashi Fuse once again gives us a few reasons why everyone wants to be here.
"Deep in the woods of British Columbia lies a place where people still bark at the moon. A place so wild and free that anything and everything goes. In between the hallowed pillow stacks and snow-caked
Point-of-view cameras are one of those gadgets you must have these days. Last season I saw this one guy who forgot his gloves AND jacket, during a blizzard, but had still remembered to mount his GoPro.
It looks like the Whistler Blackcomb propaganda machine is going to be churning out some real quality material this year. Episode 1 of their new pre-season series, the Wonder Reels, features incredible time-lapse videography by Sherpas
"Too much snow isn't something that would usually be considered a problem while filming snowboarding. With over 2.5 meters of snow in one week and the avalanche danger too high to be in the alpine, Mark