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MSP Kills Deep Pow
January 26 2010 - 5:00:02:pm by Murray Wais
MSP Gets Buried by Selkirk Powder
In the first part of January 2010, the MSP crew of Dustin Lindgren and Murray Wais filmed skiers Eric Hjorleifson and Mark Abma shredding some of the deepest and driest Selkirk powder ever captured on film. “This was the best trip of my MSP career!” exclaimed MSP cine Dustin Lindgren after filming an exceptionally deep day. Hoji and Abma did what they do best and the cameras were constantly whirring getting the job done. The boys picked up where they left off spinning off everything in sight and charging deep pillows. The trip was all shot and skied on touring equipment. Being in the mountains without helis or sleds reminded the crew that you don’t need lifts, sleds or helis to have fun - all you really need are skis, mountains and snow. Fetching your own water every day and starting your own fire was also a reminder on how little resources we all really need. It gave us all a greater appreciation for running water, electricity and heat, but more importantly it reminded us to try not to waste these things in our daily lives. Ian Coble was there to get the still photos. Special thanks to Golden Alpine Holidays for providing amazing accommodations and terrain. We are stoked to share this amazing footage with the world.
Check out the photos HERE