No need to look into the future—”Lite Years” is upon us. The latest—and first full-length—release from The Big Picture showcases some of the finest backcountry freestyle skiing you’ll ever see. Shot and edited by the talented Sean Logan, the feature film follows skiers Chris Logan, Parker White, (Parker White’s mullet), Duncan Adams, Mike King and Tanner Rainville, in- and out-of-bounds across Washington and British Columbia.
Stopping at some of the most recognized lodges and locations along the way, this crew of top-notch skiers drop cliffs and carve the steeps; they jib wind lips, build booters and float through chest deep snow, making it all look way too easy.
Heli-skiing in the Selkirk Range, cat-skiing in the Monashee Mountains and brapping snowmobiles around Baldface Lodge and the Mt. Baker backcountry, these athletes jump, stomp and carve their way through all kinds of natural terrain, making for some fine entertainment. The film is set to release this October.