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OJO Montreal


”I knew I wanted a pow part, but quickly realized that the backcountry crew was going to be on sleds. The crew had been up in Jackson for a few weeks and I had no way of filming with them. I barely had enough money to travel, let alone buy a sled, but I ended up finding a 2004 Skidoo Rev for $2,800 and bought it. I had a negative balance in my account at that point, but luckily a small payment from a sponsor came though a day after; I guess it was just meant to work out. The next day I got my sled registered and I drove straight to Jackson, getting in around 1:00am. I woke up at 5:30am to meet the crew, which consisted of Carter, Willie, Blake, Hans, Trent, Alex Lopez, and Aaron Blatt. I had never snowmobiled before, but it didn’t matter because my sled overheated within the first mile. Hans let me double with him for the next few days.“


Nils Mindnich talking about his trip out in Jackson Hole. To read the full story and other Foreword stories pick up a copy of the Foreword Special Issue, included for free in our November Issue

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