Phil Casabon and JP Auclair jib the streets of Laax, Switzerland
From orage89 on YouTube:
“Ain’t it a bummer when you get some much snow that it makes it hard to make good on an urban mission? Sorry for complaining. According to the locals, there had been so much snowfall in Switzerland to date that the landscape literally changed. What were rocks and cliff drops last season had become rolls and filled in ravines this year. Where once stood stair sets and ledges in town, now stood head high banks of blown snow compliments of exhausted locals and their snow throwers.
Looking for a change of pace, we headed into the neighboring town of Flims, Sui to find something to jib. Phil planned on doing what he does best, JP was on a mission to keep the All I Can street vibe rolling and Prevost was prepped to get his inaugural urban mission under his belt.
We made it a few hundred yards outside our hotel lobby door and came across a ton of snow and a pretty rad feature… a few hours later, with one in the bag, Flims was next.
Success came in pairs that day.”
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Henrik Lampert loves hot dogs, backflips, the Boston Bruins and Norway. Twenty-seven years old and a Massachusetts native, he's the Editor of Freeskier Magazine and Freeskier.com—a proud staffer since 2010.