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If you don’t know, now you know: Kaunertal is one of the places to be for fun spring skiing in the Austrian Alps. This groovy edit from Christoph Kaar, Simon Grissemann, Philipp Kaar and Patrick Schuchter is proof enough of that. Last May, the squad took shovels to the big snowpiles serving as avalanche barriers along one of K-tal’s surface lifts, forming some unusual features to jib.

 

As the sun gets stronger and winter is slowly passing away, we especially feel the importance of this burning ball of fire in the springtime. Though there would never be snow without clouds, the sun is and will always be the center of what truely makes us happy. Let’s consider that video as a visual interpretation of this great contrast.

 

Skiing by
Christoph Kaar
Simon Grissemann
Philipp Kaar
Patrick Schuchter

 

Music by
The Abyss – The Outlands II soundcloud.com/radioabyss

Okay Kaya – Emulate
okay-kaya.com/

 

Shot on location
Kaunertaler Gletscher
kaunertaler-gletscher.at/

 

Filmed by
Christoph Kaar
Philipp Kaar
Simon Grissemann

 

Stills by
Christoph Kaar

 

Edit by
Christoph Kaar

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austria, christoph kaar, glacier

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