From first turns to last laughs, the mountains welcome all. And when you play here – lifted in spirit and in-step with nature – stoke is waiting around every turn. Whether found cutting through trees, cruising atop powder pillows or while crushing down the face of a rope-dropped bowl with your crew, these moments in the mountains are as individual as they are connected, always inviting you to take your personal style of stoke just a little bit further.
At home in Canada’s Cypress Mountain, Judy has quickly been crushing 2 years of mountain adventure. Constantly seeking out new perspectives, welcoming new faces, and celebrating living large, Judy knows that when your playground is the mountains, the stoke welcomes all.
A true Colorado ripper who calls Winter Park home, Trevor Kennison is a sit-skier who plays hard in the mountains. In doing so, Trevor embraces the freedom of open spaces, carries gratitude for what he’s able to experience, and devotes his passions to his next new line. Trevor knows that stoke is more grateful with mountains as your playground.
Sharing the stoke from Aspen, Colorado, Tess Weaver is growing the love while raising her lil’ ripper to live large. Tess knows that when the mountains are your playground, the stoke lives for all ages.
Based out of Mammoth, California, Abe Kislevitz is a content creator and adventure hound who sees the mountains as a place to charge hard, test limits, and send it big. Abe knows that stoke sends it harder with the mountains as your playground.
From exploring style to owning feature after feature, we are always bound to the landscape we call home. Zeb Powell’s stoke lives large at Killington, an East Coast mountain where he laces every inch of park with buttery sends and unlimited creativity. Catch the stoke for 21/22 and claim your pass before prices go up May 5.
From gripping early towropes to sending iconic terrain, we are forever bound to the landscape we call home. Amie Engerbreston’s stoke is at home at Palisades Tahoe formerly Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows. “The mountain itself is out of this world – in my opinion, it’s the best mountain setup for skiing on the planet.” Claim that unrivaled sense of stoke for 21/22 and grab your pass before prices go up May 5.
From first turns to favorite sends, there’s a special sense of place essential to your home. For Justin Reiter, the landscape of Steamboat has always set that stage, inviting him to explore his own unique style of stoke while pushing his edge just a little but further, one lap at a time. Lock-in a season of stoke for 21/22 and grab your pass before prices go up May 5.