The Middle Path and Captain Ron Productions have dropped their full length, Floating Pyramids.  A heavy shred flick with a solid PNW cast, this one’s got an environmental streak that manifests in interesting and educational transitions.  From Stevens Pass, WA, to Japan, and finally Valdez and North BC, the boys chase a low-impact lifestyle while shredding deep pow, big lines, and jumps that look unbelievably fun.  Waste veggie oil, passive houses, and new Tamo Campos footy!

From The Middle Path:

Washington, Alaska, Japan. They form a pyramid of powder in the North Pacific, unrivaled anywhere in the world. This is a semi-chronological chronicling of our winter long search for the power of the powder pyramid in the most environmentally aware way we knew how. We rode at Stevens Pass, WA, which happens to be the “greenest” resort in North America, offsetting all of their energy use in sustainable wind power. We saved all of our trash that could be recycled in the US, that otherwise would have been incinerated, while visiting Japan. We drove 3000 miles North, entirely on waste cooking oil, to ride Valdez, Alaska’s incredible Floating Pyramids.

Riders: Ryan McLaughlin, Mark Rainery, Matt Wainhouse, Tyler Morton, Tamo Campos, Sean Fithian, Andy Bergin-Sperry, James D Guindon, Travis Claughton, Shin Biyajima

Photographers: Jordan Ingmire, Justin Kious

Filmers: Sean Fithian, Tyler Morton, Ian Wood, Mark Rainery, Jordan Ingmire

Editor: Sean Fithian

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