Time - for the Whiteroom Ski & Snowboard Film Whiteroom: a room that is free of bacteria used for assembling precisous equipment or for laboratory work. In Freeriding: disappering in a huge dust cloud of fresh powder snow, where you can only see white white and white. What time is it? During the record breaking winter in Tyrol the freeridepros Björn Heregger, Flo Orley, Johannes Hoffmann, Max Zipser, Daniel Regensburger, Roman Rohmoser, Fabian Lentsch & many more tried to get to the bottom of this question. Their adventure led them not only to the European Alps, but also to the unexplored mountains of Kyrgyzstan and even to the freeride eldorado Alaska! This freeride movie offers through its astonishing nature pictures, adrenaline-filled big mountain lines and endless deep powder scenes an exciting mix that will stir every freerider's blood! Simon Platzer, director, cameraman and editor, wants to give an insight to the freerideseason of 2011/12 and answers this question with his 35 minutes motion picture: IT'S TIME FOR THE WHITEROOM! Producer: Johannes Hoffmann/Daniel Regensburger Director: Simon Platzer Camera: Simon Platzer, Jakob Schweighofer 2nd Camera: Felix Schwarz, Johannes Rief, Johannes Hoffmann Duration: ~35 minutes Further information, pics and Tour dates on: www.facebook.com/Time.for.the.Whiteroom we are based in: Innsbruck, Austria.+ More details
For a Few Lines More After the first movie "Time for the Whiteroom" comes the next Freeride motion picture "For a Few Lines More" from Whiteroom Productions. Follow the Crew on their skiing and snowboarding journey around the whole globe. From their homecountry Austria to the remote glaciers of New Zealand, the culture experience in Turkey, the volcanoes in Iceland, the pillow paradise Canada, to the endless powder mekka in Alaska. DIRECTED BY: Simon Platzer PRODUCED BY: Johannes Hoffmann & Daniel Regensburger FILMED BY: Simon Platzer, Johannes Hoffmann, Johannes Rief, Jakob Schweighofer, Leonard Defner & more RIDERS: Roman Rohrmoser, Johannes Hoffmann, Alexander Hoffmann, Daniel Regensburger, Jochen Mesle, Fabian Lentsch, Max Zipser, Björn Heregger, Martin Rofner, David Pitschmann, Michael Trojer, Neil Williman SPONSORED BY: Alpina, Scott, K2, Marmot, Fischer, Arcteryx, Head, Skylotec Partners: Black Diamond, Dakine, Zanier, Salewa+ More details
Black Diamond athlete David Pitschmann sent us this great video and quick note about a dicey couloir he attempted this spring in Austria. Check it out! ================================= The couloir is on Stubai Glacier right beside the groomers. We've been looking up there for years but no one ever got up the courage. Arbor teamrider Alexander Hoffmann and I have now tried it, unfortunately in very bad conditions. As you see in the video, it was rock hard. Not ideal! The steepest pitch is a bit more than 45° and is 2 m wide, about 300 vertical meters. Unfortunately we could not ski the entire line as the double at the end of the gully was too hard and high (both at least 6 m). The ideal line will follow – some time. The couloir is called 'Schaufelstiel' (shovel handle): the double is the grip, the couloir the shaft, the exit the shovel blade and lastly it terminates in the Schaufelspitze (Shovel Peak)! — David Pitschmann+ More details
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