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Paul Kimbrough

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We met Paul back in 2007 in Bellingham at a PW07 showing.  His friend at the show told us we should film him, but we get that a lot. We should have listened! Instead, we told him to go compete in the freeski comps and prove himself first. Paul did just that and achieved third place in Alyeska and Alpine Meadows last year. He has been here the past week killin it in the Wasatch and with his hard work he should have a pretty solid segment in next years flick.

Paul likes ‘playfull’ lines which seems to mean plenty of airs.

Sending a 60ft front flip in the backcountry of Brighton!

Paul grew up in SLC so he’s no stranger to the pow.

Early morning slash on Toledo. Watch your sluff!

Continuing the slayage on Cardiac Ridge.

It’s rare to find somebody who has the complete tool bag. Paul can hike all day, safely assess avalanche stability, float styled out airs off a booter he built and nail the big lines. Best of all he’s a very humble team player.

Photos courtesy of Jay Beyer

The Winner!

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Thank you to everyone who entered the Grand Raffle. There can only be one winner and here he is.

Matt from Fort Collins

Matt had a Merry Christmas.




Matt is one lucky man. We’d like to thank our great sponsors for providing all the sweet gear.
Black Diamond (skis, bindings, backpack, shovel, probe, poles)
Mountain Hardwear (jacket and pants)
Ortovox (Beacon)

The Big LePowSki 2010

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Glad to see this fun event coming back to the Wasatch Mtns! The basic idea is to come ski and learn from the ‘pros’ in a relaxed atmosphere (it’s at BRIGHT ‘ON’ after all).  I’ll be doing a ‘gorilla style’ filming class focusing on filming in the BC or resort with emphasis on going light with inexpensive gear, but still capturing a quality image.

Check out the website for more info on available classes/instructors/date’s/registration/cost.

http://www.ready2climb.com/wePages/content/The_BigLePowSki_Brighton/workshop.php