It is pretty amazing to see how far outdoor adventure films have come. This first clip is from Warren Miller's first ski film from 1949, called "Deep and Light"
This second clip is from TGR's 1996 inaugural huck-fest, "Continuum," which won two awards at the International Film Festival and voted Best Ski Movie of the Year by France's SKIEUR Magazine.
Last year, the film that blew me away was Sherpa Cinema's "All.I.Can" If you didn't get a chance to see it, here is my favorite clip, which features JP Auclair.
Well, it looks like Sherpa has done it again this year with "Into The Mind." This week I saw the trailer for their new film, and you can tell that it truly is a "film" and not just another ski movie. It sent a shiver down my back, and I think it will do the same to you as well, even if you are not a skier, snowboarder or climber.
Be sure to stop by for our International Mountain Day event tonight. There will ge an Avalanche Awareness Seminar, food, drinks, music, a raffle, and more! All proceeds are going to the Northwest Weather and Avalanche Center. For more information, click here .