This winter was a good winter in Japan because it didn’t snow. Don’t get me wrong, it’s Japan, so it snowed enough, but it didn’t snow like usual and there were a lot more sunny days.
Sunny days led to stability in the snowpack and the ability to get up high onto terrain we’d never skied before. The terrain was gorgeous and the times were memorable.
Japan is the land of endless deep powder storm skiing in the forests, and that’s great. But, when the weather allows you to get up high on some real terrain, well, that’s even greater.
I wish we had some real footage of this zone. All I can offer for now is this POV. All the footage in this video is from the exotic Japanese Isle of Honshu.
2 thoughts on “Miles Clark’s 2014 Japan Highlight Video:”
why do you make so many unnecessary turns?