"In Episode 4, we venture beyond the resort boundaries on one of Queenstown’s most famous landmarks, The Remarkables - the only mountain range in the Southern Hemisphere that runs true North to South. In search of amazing terrain, untracked powder and to tick one off the bucket list the crew jump in a helicopter and ride the very rarely ridden southern and front sides of The Remarkables. The crew are quick to realise there is a reason why the front side is so rarely ridden. With it’s rugged steep faces disappearing into the lake below the crew are greeted by a stunning sunset that caps off an incredible day in New Zealand snowboarding history." - Diaries DownunderRead More
Burton High Fives brings top level international riders to Snow Park, New Zealand to take part in Insane activities and a contest format that would be hard to mimic in any other part of the world. Hectic car driving, shooting, knife throwing, buggy driving and jet boating combine with one of the most progressive competitions ever. Mark McMorris attempts the world's first slopestyle triple cork, Stale Sandbech lands a 1440 and Mikkel Bang still puts style first. A must -see!
A big gap to rail then awaits us at Cardrona, built especially for DDU. The aim was to test what exactly is possible when you have an amazing 20 foot jump onto a 30 foot rail. Flips, spins and another crazy episode of Diaries Downunder for you!
The first episode of New Zealand's premier web series is here! This Episode they pick up NZ Surfer Maz Quinn and take him snowboarding up Snow Park for a bit of night riding. The next morning the crew flies at sunrise with Heli Tours straight to the West Coast to go surfing before heading straight back to Snow Park for some evening laps - surfing and snowboarding in one day! Featuring: Maz Quinn, Stef Zeestraten, Nick Hyne and Nick BrownRead More
The 5th and final Episode of the year, we drag ourselves away from the Sunshine in Queenstown and go camping up at Isobel Glacier - a new experience for most of us; With two bluebird days and no wind Will Jackways, Nick Brown and Nick Hyne find a good jump spot, ride a line at 8pm and take a few beat downs. Thanks for watching! - Diaries Down UnderRead More
Nick Hyne and his friends are back with another unscripted update from the South Pacific. This segment starts with some mini ramp action from Scott Stevens, Chris Grenier, Joe Sexton and Team 32 below the equator. From there we glimpse into some highlights from the NZ Open including clips of Sebastien Toutant and Marc McMorris. The ending of this episode covers a cat track gap at the Remarkables with Japanese prodigy Yuki Kadono.Read More