Isenseven & FWA Season Opener 2013/14

Photo: Fischi
Photo: Fischi
Photo: Fischi
Rider: Stephan Mauer Photo: Fischi

We had an amazing week filming with the Isenseven boyz at Fernie Wilderness Adventures (FWA) We spent almost the entire time in an area called #Chewbaccaland and the conditions were sweet!

Fernie Wilderness Adventures (FWA) Season Opener 2013/14

Isenseven crew filmed at FWA in the winter of 2013 for their film “A Way We Go” Working with Pleasure Snowboard Mag & Catskiing Canada ( Catskiing.org / Catskiing.tv) Isenseven produced a gem of a promo video to kick off the 2013-14 Season.

For more on Fernie Wilderness Adventures (FWA) Go to: facebook.com/FWA.POWDER.CATSKIING

FWA HISTORY

Established in 1986 by Kim and Deb Sedrovic, Fernie Wilderness Adventures Snow Catskiing. Their one goal in mind was to provide their clients an exceptional outdoor experience in a relaxed, casual atmosphere enjoying the snow and great Canadian Rockies. Nestled in a nearby mountain range just south west of the Alpline Resort of Fernie known for its Legendary deep snow dumps. With over 5,000 acres with a variety of Ridges to begin your descents from. The guides have a vast variety to choose from, the terrain ranges from ridges, valleys’ to spectacular gladed meadows. With the elevation at over 7,150 ft / 2170 meters the conditions keep the snow falling from the Coast and dry powder perfect for skiier and snowboarders to enjoy world renowned Canadian Rockies.

 

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EYE CANDY / Northern Escape Heliboarding

Photo: Scott Martin @ NE Heliskiing
Photo: Scott Martin @ NE Heliskiing

Getting bluebird and powder is like peanut butter and Jam…. such a tasty mix.

Northern Escape Heliboarding (technically Heliskiing) has some insane terrain for snowboarding.

From wide open alpine to little bowls… some of the valley runs are sick half pipes that you can just bank pow turns on.

Its got the goods.

EYE CANDY / Valhalla Powder Snowcats

Tyler the artist / Photo: Nick Nault
Tyler the artist / Photo: Nick Nault

How Tyler is able to rip such big turns in the trees is due to the years of riding and his general artistic sense.

He seems to find lines that are technical… yet seriously could not look more natural and adaptive to the changing terrain.

Its so sweet having a fellow rider as your guide, and at Valhalla this is a mecca for powder surfers.

P.S. – Good luck keeping up with Tyler if he says… “Meet you at the Cat track”.