Video: Best in Snow

“Really enjoy the now. You have to.”

Skiers. Pups. The backcountry. A great mix documented in episode three of the Tiny House Tour.

Our four-legged friends are often our best friends and there is no better place to be with them than outside.

So watch the video then grab your beast and head out … even if it is just for a nice walk around your neighborhood.

“They’re Saint Bernards, Labs, Retrievers, Australian Shep[he]rds, Poodles, mutts, and everything in between. They’re big and small with long hair, short hair, tails, and no tails. And no matter what they are, they love you. They adore skiers and snowboarders because they appreciate a day in the mountains just as much as we do. They’re keen to burrow in the snow and play with friends. They enjoy charging downhill with gravity as their ally and a night spent in the parking lot waiting to charge out the door in the morning to see how much snow has fallen overnight. The relationship between humans and dogs has never been as good as between snow-lovers and these four-legged friends.”

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Jimmy Chin in Grand Teton National Park

The film collaboration between Camp 4 Collective and the National Park Foundation continues, and part three finds climber/skier/filmmaker Jimmy Chin in Grand Teton National Park. In the four-minute video, Chin shares highlights of his trips to the park, including his first trip there when he was 18.

For more on the National Park Foundation project, visit nationalparks.org/explore.

Part one of the series featured Alex Honnond in Yosemite National Park. Part two highlighted Conrad Anker in Denali National Park.

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