If you haven’t heard the story of GoPro’s humble beginnings over 10 years ago (2002), this video from Forbes is a pretty cool look at the company that has changed action sports more than any other (even more than Red Bull) over the past 10 years. At this point, GoPro Founder/CEO Nicholas Woodman is worth over a billion dollars. Not bad for a surfer/entrepreneur, eh? This might be the only time we embed a video from Forbes on Earlyups, but trust us: this is interesting stuff!
Nate Wallace is back! This time around join Nate & friends for lines like the Mallory on the North Face of the Aiguille du Midi, the Couloir Spencer and the Qui Remue. As usual, Nate probably sums it up best: “More sunny powder. Longest ski season ever.”
If you haven’t heard of Dylan Siggers, prepare to start hearing the name a lot. The young gun from Interior B.C. can jib, crush pillows and shoot & edit video- all at a very high level. His 2013 edit is the perfect example of why Dylan represents the next generation of pro skiers.
As Matt says, “some seasons are longer than others.” While this season might not have been the ‘biggest or longest’ here in the Tetons, Matt took advantage of some premium powder days in April. Some pretty solid footage, if I do say so myself.
Warren Miller Entertainment (now under new ownership after being sold to Active Interest Media from Bonnier) has a “first glimpse” (teaser) out now for their 2013 ski/snowboard flick, “Ticket to Ride.” Locations include Iceland and Kazaakhstan with riders like Rob Kingwill, Jess McMillan, Julia Mancuso, Ted Ligety and more. Let 2013 Ski Movie Trailer season begin!
Sounds like the Pyrenees went off this season. According to Adria Millan it was the best season in 10 years and their local resort Baqueira picked up over 14 meters of snow. Looks pretty good to us (especially right now!):