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1,439 Views · 25 days ago

He's Baaaaaaaack! TK has been called out of his summer hiding (if NECN is hiding) to bring us the first Ski The East Snowcast of the season. The hype is everywhere around this weekend cold...

Ski The East
1,009 Views · 25 days ago

Record Snowy February at Mount Snow Vermont. TK live from the Bluebird!

Ski The East
1,423 Views · 2 months ago

Prime Cut DVD: https://store.skitheeast.net/products/prime_cut_dvd.html Prime Cut on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/tv-season/meathead-films-prime-cut/id477306433 In the winter of 2011, the Meatheads kept a close eye on the weather in Japan all season. The country had huge snowfall in January and then a dry February, so it was a gamble when the film crew booked tickets for the first two weeks of March. Veterans Dan Marion and Sean Decker teamed up with fresh Meat, Chris Logan, to explore the island and complete some unfinished business from the 2010 trip. Luckily, the snow returned with a vengeance in March, and the Meatheads were buried under a fresh foot of snow almost every day. Working with Clayton Kernaghan at Black Diamond Guides, the skiers were able to access plenty of collar-deep powder and pillows via chairlift, skinning and snowmobile. Meathead Films was in Hokkaido backcountry on the afternoon of March 11, 2011 when the devastating earthquake and tsunami hit off the coast of Honshu, the main island. No tremors were felt on the snow and Hokkaido was unaffected, but as news trickled in over the days following the event, the crew's priorities shifted toward getting home. More about the trip, the amazing snow and the earthquake can be seen in the new movie, "Prime Cut."

Ski The East
3,411 Views · 2 months ago

Prime Cut DVD: https://store.skitheeast.net/products/prime_cut_dvd.html Prime Cut on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/tv-season/meathead-films-prime-cut/id477306433 Toward the end of the 2011 ski season Meathead Films organized an Easter weekend park shoot with Killington Resort in Vermont. With ample snow left over from the Dew Tour course, terrain park supervisor Jay Rosenbaum headed a crew that spent several days constructing features. A 70-foot tabletop (with mini side booter) as well as a unique blocked out feature affectionately termed the "Killington Kastle" allowed skiers Will Hibbs, Evan Williams, JP Perry, Jake Doan, and KC Brousseau to work their airborne prowess. The sometimes fickle late-spring weather held out and the Meatheads were able to shred for three productive days. This Prime Cutlet features some of the tricks and camera angles that didn't quite make the final version of the new movie.

Ski The East
6,182 Views · 2 months ago

No Matter What on DVD: https://store.skitheeast.net/products/no_matter_what_dvd.html No Matter What on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/no-matter-what-east-coast/id577637452 An "All Time" Day at Jay Peak: February 26, 2012 51" in 5 Days

Ski The East
1,793 Views · 2 months ago

New Episodes posted first here: http://www.skitheeast.net/tv/channel/Meathead%20Films No Matter What on DVD: https://store.skitheeast.net/products/no_matter_what_dvd.html No Matter What on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/no-matter-what-east-coast/id577637452 Whiteford, Erik and Marion skip over the pond to Switzerland during the mega-meltdown of March 2012. Temps reached 80˚F in Burlington, VT and the crew decided to leave the tropics and head to the Alps which were having an incredible season. In this Part 2, the Swiss escapade continues with the big mountain crew slaying during days 3-5 of the trip. With temperatures on the rise, sunny blower pow days are limited and the Meats and the Ortlieb brothers continue to schralp the goods. Cliff air trickery, big front flips, big lines, and straight lines ensue. Not to mention some snippets of a Swiss feast featuring a traditional dinner of sausages, potatoes, bacon, cheeses, and fondue (more cheese!), as well as the best scenic eating shot of Meathead history. "No Matter How" is a behind-the-scenes and bonus footage webisode series chronicling the 2012 winter with Meathead Films. The series showcases just how the crew managed the season, dealt with the struggles and logged lots of worthy outtakes that never made it into the feature movie. The feature length film "No Matter What" was released on DVD and iTunes in the fall of 2012.

Ski The East
3,880 Views · 2 months ago

Longtime Meathead Films veteran, Ben Leoni, is now living in Portland, Maine, holding down a career and the daily office grind. In between piles of paperwork he dreams of his weekends in the mountains. Last season he made those dreams a reality. Ben spent the winter of 2013 skiing the Northeast without the aid of chairlifts. Showcasing legendary backcountry zones as well as hidden gems around New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine, "Working For The Weekend" is a groundbreaking new web series and the first of its kind in the region. From deep powder to treacherous ice, Ben and his crew of friends embody the "earn your turns" mantra for the East Coast. The 5 webisodes will be released starting this December on the Ski The East website here: http://www.skitheeast.net/category/tv/meathead-films/working-for-the-weekend/ ______________________________ Flylow Presents: Working for the Weekend A Meathead Films Production Featuring Ben Leoni Additonal Shredding By: Louise Lintilhac, Stacey Rachdorf, Brooks Motley, Paige Fitzgerald, Ashely Maxfield, Noah Ranallo, Dominic Castine, Carter Snow, Dylan Dipentima, Carla von Trapp Hunter and more Filmed On Location: New Hampshire // Vermont // Maine Principle Cinematography: Jim Surette Additional Cinematography: Lincoln Benedict, Lucas Van Oss, Brian Post, Christopher James, Will Hallett, George Watts Proudly Supported By: flylowgear.com kombisnow.com gore-tex.com baxterbrewing.com gearx.com libertyskis.com smithoptics.com

Ski The East
944 Views · 2 months ago

TK was down south. We got cold. Made snow. He flew back. Almost died. But is ready for the Boston Expo.. Ok then..

Ski The East
1,354 Views · 2 months ago

TK got his first turns in at The Beast this week. They were cranking the power pow. Here's your Holiday Week outlook. Cold nuff!

Ski The East
7,422 Views · 2 months ago

Neo - new, modified A fresh crop of up-and-coming skiers joined with Meathead Films for the 2013 season. From gnarled trees to crisply shaped parks, Neo showcases this new talent that the East has to offer. Tag along with the Meatheads for their 12th winter and their first ever online exclusive movie series. New crew, new format, same great meaty flavor: Neo. First Episode Coming December 2013 Neo episodes will be released on SkiTheEast.net here: skitheeast.net/category/tv/meathead-films/neo/ _____________________ Subaru of New England presents "Neo" A Meathead Films Web Series Additional Support By: Kombi Gore-Tex Featuring: LJ Strenio | Tyler Duncan | Lupe Hagearty | Ross Imburgia | Colby Vavolotis | Griffin Dunne | Louise Lintilhac | Noah Ranallo | Carter Snow | Dominic Castine | Dylan Dipentima | Carson Barbour | Vincent Prevost | Martin Boulais | Dom Laporte | Sam Beauchesne | Tyler Mega | Keegan Kilbride | Rory Walsh | Mitch Noddin | Jamie Ficco | Sam Zahner | Justin Petricko | Blake Wilson | Tim Ryan Shot On Location: Stowe | Mount Snow | Jay Peak | Mad River Glen Smuggler's Notch | Loon | Waterville | Various Cities Principal Cinematography: Geoff McDonald Additional Cinematography: Chris James | Brent Harrewyn | Chris Petricko | Xavier Mayrand | Brett Coffin | Chris DeJohn | Tim Joy | Daniel Sparling Editing: George Watts | Geoff McDonald www.skitheeast.net

Ski The East
3,709 Views · 2 months ago

From the 2009 Meathead Films movie "Wild Stallions" available here: https://store.skitheeast.net/ Dan Marion spits some local knowledge about Sugarloaf, ME in this clip from the "Wild Stallions" DVD bonus features. What's with the trail names at the loaf? What's the best drink to get at the widowmaker? Listen up...

Ski The East
3,336 Views · 2 months ago

Rails to Riches held at Killington Resort December 7th. 1st: Khai Krepela 2nd: Dom Laporte 3rd: LJ Strenio Shot by: Tazer Landow, Drew Percival, George Watts Editing by: STE-TV Music: Danny Brown - 25 Bucks (feat. Purity Ring) www.skitheeast.net

Ski The East
785 Views · 2 months ago

Live from Nantucket..

Ski The East
1,496 Views · 2 months ago

It's going to get cold, for a moment, after this next rain event goes by. It's also going to snow a little bit. Then get warm again. Do you like this pattern? Try to enjoy it.

Ski The East
652 Views · 2 months ago

This weather is a joke. So is about 30 seconds of this snowcast.

Ski The East
666 Views · 2 months ago

TK checks in from the shore to drown our sorrows. And last reminder of Ski The East FREE Ski day at Mt Abram. Jan 16. Check http://www.skitheeast.net/wear-ski-the-east-ski-free-mt-abram-jan-16/

Ski The East
2,102 Views · 2 months ago

Winter Part II is about to ramp up. White or Wet, that's the big question? Snowcast from TK's Holy Grail for Vermont Snow Depth.

Ski The East
1,282 Views · 2 months ago

He snuck out to Utah this week but is bringing the snow and cold back with him this weekend. Also a shout to the late great Stein Eriksen. - AK

Ski The East
2,848 Views · 2 months ago

TK reporting from the World Cup at Killington and the mean streets of Boston..... The weather pendulum is finally swinging back to winter, and get ready for a sneaky nor'eastah next week.

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