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As part of the Intersection video contest, Parker White and Chris Logan had one week of time in early 2016 to film an instant classic.

After the two wanna-be rednecks almost get rejected for being too American,

a bunch of locals step in to help putting together one the most Canadian edits ever
– an edit definitely worth the $10,000 price purse.

Starting things off, the Big Picture crew jibs and carries out hockey fights within Whistler Blackcomb’s boundaries. Shortly after, they switch to exploring all of Whistler’s backcountry. Eventually, even powder-expert Tanner Rainville joins the team to shred pillow lines, tree runs and also a road gap.


Also, check out more videos of Parker’s and Chris’ The Big Picture project.


backcountry, Chris Logan, park

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