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SKITOBERFEST: Before And After The Storm – FlowPointTV S3 E3

California = outdoor activities. Inspired by the “Perfect Tahoe Day” adventure earlier in the summer, I set out on October 12th in search of snow….and water. Unfortunately, all my friends were mysteriously busy that day (or they were smarter than me and realized the snow was going to be shit) so it was a solo mission to Lassen National Park.

I planned to hike and ski from the peak…AND film drone selfies while skiing……no poles allowed.  At 10,463′ tall, Lassen is the southernmost Volcano in the Cascade Range. There had to be snow…I thought. The access was easy….there’s a parking lot you can drive to at 8,500′, so its only about 2,000′ vert to reach the top…

My friends were right. It was rough. There was a lot of walking…and a lot of lonely BS selfie vids. The best part was getting to come back to The Ridge and shred a few smooth turns on my Freeride as the sun was setting. Snow ski(kinda)/Water Ski in the same day…love NorCal.

Luckily, 8 days later (Oct 20th, after the Storm) I got a text at 9 pm. Travis Ganong (he’s pretty fast on two skis..) and Max Hammer (so is Max…) were heading up. I was gonna get redemption. Only 1 small problem: the road to the summit trailhead was now closed to vehicles. We were gonna have to ride bikes to reach the Mtn. 7 miles and 1,800′ later, we were on skis, heading up….

Because I had footage from before and after such a big storm, I played around with this story and footage to illustrate (in real time) the extreme transformation a mountain environment can undergo in just a couple days time. Hopefully no one’s face melts off from the action….

Filmed mostly with my iPhone and GoPro’s….didn’t have much time to organize and/or carry extra gear on these adventures.

Maybe next time I’ll bring a Llama and some real camera gear….

Gear Used:

DJI Osmo & Phantom 4

Sony RX100iv

GoPro Hero 4



South of France

“iStep” – Johnny Fiasco


TRIBE OF THE FUTURE: FlowPointTV Season 3 Episode 2


Well, here it is!  The new website is LIVE and launching with Episode 2 of FlowPointTV, already in its 3rd season.

Take a look around, and make sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel, as well as this website.  There will be some changes coming in the near future, and some added features….so check back often!

On September 7th, 1927 a farm boy from Idaho named Philo Farnsworth, successfully demonstrated the first fully electronic television system…changing the world forever. He was 21. 

On Wednesday, September 7th, exactly 89 years later, we go back to Idaho and the birthplace of TV for another episode of FlowPointTV – “Tribe of the Future” – And we are hoping to successfully demonstrate the radness and importance of the next generation of humans, and how they have the ability to change the World…For the better.

Special Thanks to HO Skis, for continuing to sponsor and support FlowPointTV:  http://www.hosports.com

Check the new website, for articles, more episodes, and keep an eye out in the near future for podcasts of some of your favorite athletes and characters….and probably some people you never even heard of before:  http://www.TheFlowPoint.com