Snowkiting, a different approach to the mountains

Snowboard Muse

By Snowboard Muse \ July 28 2015 \ 0 Comments

Center Fold shot I got for the Kiteboarder

It's hot out and in honor of the middle of summer heat I wanted to throw it back on this Thursday to one of my newfound winter obsessions. I learned to kiteboard about two years ago. The progression has been incrediably fast and fun. In my 1st season I was slaying pow, gaping roads, flying for minutes and landing centerfold shots in Kiteborder magazine as shown above. It's exciting to be part of a sport that has so much room for inovation and creativity. The edit below is from my 1st season as a kiter.

The edit below is from last season where I learned to fly. (It's a bit long.)

Powder Mountain offers some of the cheapest lessons and the best venue I have ever heard of. To learn more click HERE for Pow Mow kiting details!

Make sure to follow my adventures on Vimeo https://vimeo.com/andrewmuse88

and also check out my Instagram @andrew__Muse #TinyHomeAdventure

 

Andrew Muse, originally from North Shore, Massachusetts. Followed his passion for the mountains and snow and moved to Utah at age 17. Nine years later he works as a professional snowboarder and content creator for brands like GoPro, Rossignol and SkiUtah. Traveling the country in his van with his pup Kicker, producing a travel series called "Tiny Home Adventure".

Hero Shot Cred

Photographer: Andrew Muse, James BeeCee
Location: Utah,
Athlete: Andrew Muse