We’re starting to see movie trailers left and right and this one looks awesome. This comes from a few of our local boys here in the Pacific Northwest who were still able to make a movie happen despite a historically warm and low snow winter in much of the western half of North America. Instead of sticking around the dudes hit the road and got their pow fix and along the way learned a little bit more about the impact we have on our climate and our atmosphere. Check out Karakoram ambassador Ian Wood, Forrest Burki and friends this fall in their new flick “The MIDDLE/PATH Project”
The MIDDLE/PATH Project Trailer – an EcoConscious Shred Flick
The MIDDLE/PATH Project Trailer – an EcoConscious Shred Flick from Sean Fithian on Vimeo.
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You can’t always get what you want- so the saying goes. Last winter we planned to spend the majority of our time in the PNW shredding powder and having a low impact on the environment. Changing climates and warm temperatures have become a fearful vision of the future. Last season that nightmare became reality. With winter being almost non existent and resorts shutting down by mid March, we had to search elsewhere. Through our travels, we hoped to acquire knowledge on the impacts of travel and consumption. Things such as how fossil fuels affect the world around us and what it really means to throw something away. The world is changing and the way we are living must change too. Through snowboarding we have a very deep connection to the planet and a desire for it to function properly. Each of us play a role and need to become more aware of the impacts we make. This was our journey along the Middle Path.
Music – Queen by Perfume Genius