Well what a week ladies and gentlemen! In six years of riding in niseko never have I witnessed a more consistent week of snow.
The week one crew rocked up in high-spirits and we couldn’t have been happier with the positive attitude of all the legends that had arrived.
With so much snow on the ground we set out to take all of our crew to some of our more secretive powder stashes within the four world-class resorts we have access to. After several days of non-stop untracked powder it was easy to see how high the froth levels were amongst all of the people camps crew.
The crew seemed to take the same positive energy that they took into the mountains to our night events. Our nights were filled with beers, cheers and cheesy grins. And, with a few glasses of nice red and cheese platters thrown in, it was always a good time. Everyone seemed to be getting along like they’d known each other for years. Our night events always equalled a great success and an even greater banter.
The sun came out only briefly a few times. So, when it did we were sure to sneak in a few park laps to keep all the crew on point with manouvers and stunts being thrown down.
Sunny pow days
The after party of the rail jam was one to be remembered, or forgotten, depending on how your night went. With a private party organised at big foot lodge and a private DJ playing classic 90s tunes there was definitely some funny dance moves being displayed on the floor and occasionally on the tables of the pool tables. It was definitely one of the best weeks I have seen and some of the most awesome crew that I’ve ever met. It was purely good times all-round, not just for the crew but also for all of our staff that were running the show. Thank you to all of you awesome people that came and conquered. We can’t wait to catch up with all of you! Hopefully at Falls Creek People Camps week or New Zealand powder week camp. ◦