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Legs of Steel are proud to present their latest short film “Squawk”. With support from O’Neill & CEP Compression it took them to Lofoten, Norway earlier this year.

only the four of us out there

In the spring of 2016 Paddy Graham, Sven Kueenle and the crew picked no other place than the very remote Islands on Norway’s west coast to go camping and skiing. What it’s like to be there, may quickly be described: No roads, just amazing imagery.

 

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Paddy putting down the last turns of the day

 

So, Sven Kueenle’s freshly acquired pilot license came in handy to scout this outstanding terrain for one-of-a-kind ski runs.
Nevertheless, due to the lack of a infrastructure, they quickly had to face the next challenge of accessing these mountains. Other means of transportation included boats and their own feet. Being left completely on their own, they made their way to epic descents and astonishing images by hiking and skinning. But see for yourselves!

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Sven and Paddy making their way up

 

If you liked “Squawk”, we’re sure you’re gonna love the rest of what they have produced. Head straight over to their Vimeo channel and find out.

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backcountry, cep, lofoten