The boundaries of winter don’t expire when chairlifts stop running. This episode of Video Log follows Bryan Iguchi, Cam Fitzpatrick and friends as they venture into Yellowstone National Park in search of the fresh lines and new perspectives.
From WYPY: “A snowboarding documentary following a group of riders as they explore the state that they grew up in, Wyoming. Close to Home is about the people they meet and the hills that surround them.”
Ragdoll snow kills time while they wait for the weather in Jackson. Featuring Arbor riders Bryan Iguchi and Cam Fitzpatrick.
Just miles from the Canadian boarder in the Great Northern White, a crew consisting of Brandon Hammid, Erik Leon, Cam Fitzpatrick, Blake Axelson, Mike Gray, and Sean Black found bottomless turns, sketchy backcountry situations, snow cat rides, plentiful airtime, and even our good friend J-Rob!
Arbor riders Mark Carter and Cam Fitzpatrick with some New Years boarding in their hometown of Jackson Hole, WY. Click Here to read the full Article: http://www.snowboarder.com/photos/dispatches-new-years-in-jackson-hole/
Stance: Regular | 22" | 15°, -15°
HOME MOUNTAIN: Jackson Hole, WY
Most riders don’t get the opportunity to apprentice under the likes of Bryan Iguchi and Travis Rice, but Cam Fitzpatrick isn’t most riders. A rising am with enormous potential in the backcountry and beyond, Cam resides in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where he has been filming the past two seasons for the upcoming Brainfarm film. Constantly progressing with the guidance and mentorship from some of snowboarding’s very best, Cam is soon to be on your list of household names in snowboarding.