Last winter numerous videos of mono-skiers pushing the boundaries went viral. Trevor Kennison of Winter Park, CO was one of these athletes, and his massive send over Corbet’s Couloir at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, WY during the second annual ‘Kings & Queens’ event quickly became iconic, and arguably garnered more attention than any other line of 2019’s ski season.
Trevor has consistently inspired skiers around the globe, even before the Corbet’s jump that made him famous in the skiing community. His attitude is something that should rub-off on us all:
“I could be sitting in my wheelchair in my house or I could be out living my life. I’m going to go and live my life. That’s what kind of person I am. Skiing has saved the quality of my life, mentally and physically. I find a purpose in it.”
In the above video, Trevor opens up about his life-altering injury and his journey to the Kings & Queens of Corbet’s with Travis Rice and friends.
The inaugural ‘Kings & Queens’ event in 2018 was a watershed moment that didn’t seem like it could be bettered. 2019 totally blew that away, so we just can’t wait to see what the third annual ‘Kings & Queens of Corbet’s‘ in February 2020 will bring.