Kye Petersen Slays Japanese Alps in Half Two of ‘Sacred Grounds’

In one other jaw-dropping edit of Petersen’s ongoing sequence, he shoots down large slopes and navigates dense alpine forests

The attractive landscapes of British Columbia and the Japanese Alps take heart stage in Petersen’s newest vid. 

With a pulsing soundtrack and quick intermissions between lengthy segments of snowboarding, the broad pictures by no means cease on this one. At each second of Petersen’s highly effective descents, the digicam lets you realize precisely the place you might be, grounding you in a deep sense of place.

That’s a part of the concept of this Sacred Grounds sequence: to showcase the “very best terrain” for displaying the eagerness of professional skiers like Petersen.

Between the unimaginable drone pictures and Petersen’s plain expertise, ski lovers received’t wish to miss this one.

Runtime: 14 minutes

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Andrew McLemore

By Andrew McLemore

An award-winning journalist and photographer, Andrew McLemore brings greater than 14 years of expertise to his place as Affiliate Information Editor for Lola Digital Media. Andrew is a musician, climber and traveler who at present lives in Cuenca, Ecuador, which he makes use of as a house base for adventures all through the Americas. When he is not writing, enjoying gigs or exploring the outside, he is hanging out together with his canine Campana.

Matters: Information, Snowboarding, Winter

Tags: snowboarding, kye petersen, Matchstick Productions