The final episode of the 2013 Japan Journals. From Japan Journals, "we have left the best until last! Episode 4 is the final for the 2013 season and the crew made sure we ended with a bang. After being piled into the Rhythm Van for far too many hours the crew are able to escape for long enough to experiment with some One Foot shenanigans and double corks all while scoring some incredible snow in the northern most parts of Japan. The crew, consisting of Nick Hyne, Nick Brown, Connor Harding and Alex Stewart make their way from Niseko as far north as the Japanese roads will let them go, Wakkanai. In fact just another 5 hour ferry ride and they would have made it to Russia. An epic road trip to see off the 2013 season!"Read More
Japan. Night. Lights. Backcountry. This webisode of "Japan Journals" provides some truly stunning snowboarding footage, as Nick Hyne, Nick Brown, Connor Harding, Alex Stewart and Dane Tiene head into the backcountry of Japan with their snowboards and lights.Read More
Japan Journals is a webisode series that showcases the powder-rich areas of Japan and explains why it's such a revered destination for snowboarders. In episode two, Nick Hyne, Nick Brown, Connor Harding, Alex Stewart and Dane Tiene had to Niseko in search of powder and find the pillows of their dreams.Read More
"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!
In the latest episode of "Diaries Down Under" Australian Dane Tiene flies into Christchurch from Sydney. The crew then make their way to the centre of Christchurch before testing out a kiwi classic - the nutcracker ropetow. Staying up at Mount Olympus club field the boys find some of Canterbury's finest shreddable terrain. Ben Comber, Stef Zeestraten and Nick Hyne show Dane exactly why Mount Olympus and the Canterbury region has gained such a fine reputation.Read More
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
In Episode 4 of Nick Hyne's "Japan Journals" they travel back to Tokyo and take in some Japanese culture. Then head to Hakuba for the Slope competition and check out some of the area’s terrain. This is number 4 of the 4 Japan Journals web episodes. Stay posted throughout the season to see what drags the world’s best snowboarders to this incredible part of the world.Read More
Japan Journals is a snowboarding web series based out of the fluffy depths of Japan's snow covered wilderness. In Episode 3 they venture up to Asahidake for some of the deepest snow they’ve seen. With it’s avalanche barriers and pillows galore the crew gets a taste of what riding in Japan is all about. This is the third of the 4 Japan Journals web episodes. Stay posted throughout the season to see what drags the world’s best snowboarders to this incredible part of the world.Read More
Japan Journals is a snowboarding web series based out of the fluffy depths of Japan's snow covered wilderness. In Episode 2 the crew enjoys some of Niseko’s amazing powder after dark. Then they make their way to Goshiki to check out the terrain with it’s deep snow and a hidden jump location. This is the second of the 4 Japan Journals web episodes. Stay posted throughout the season to see what drags the world’s best snowboarders to this incredible part of the world.Read More