TSW EXPEDITIONS!

Forever in search of new adventure, we send an expedition squad all across the world to experience the best, and worst, of every new concept. Some ideas are great from the start, and some are just not meant for human enjoyment. Either way, somebody has to test them, this is where we make or break them…

WHY JAPAN?

Infamous among skiers for it’s mythically deep powder, we had to find out if the stories were true. We set the compass for the far East in search of a deep powder, deep culture experience at the edge of the world, hoping for sushi, sake and endless pow in the land of the rising sun.

The Setup

50x intreprid Ski Weekers, hand picked for their passion, ability and appetite for adventure

24 hours in Tokyo, capsule hotels, snow monkeys, fish market, huge language gaps

15m yearly snowfall, deeepest powder on earth followed by natural hot springs in the evening.

 

 

 

 

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WHY NORWAY?

Home of the legendary Norwegian Fjords, the only place in the world you can sail between peaks and ski underneath the midnight sun. Some adventures can redefine how we interact with nature, and scouting lines from the water with binoculars is just too magnificent to miss...

The Setup

11x Ski Weekers and Yacht Weekers, united by the skill-set of skippers, backcountry guides, and survival experts.

1x Catamaran to call home, the “Arctic Princess”. Sailing North out of Tromsø deep into the Arctic Circle.

22 Hours of sunlight per day. No chairlifts. No iPhones (except for safety/ instagram). Catching fish for dinner.

 

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WHY CHILE?

Skiing in the summer, of course. Not only is La Parva nestled crazy high in the Andes range, but skiing in South America means you no longer have to wait from April - January to ski again. August is the new February. In fact everything in the Southern Hemisphere is backward, even previously un-skiable North facing aspects become perfect South faces.

The Setup

In truth, we simply couldn’t wait for winter so we packed our skis and caught the first flight to the snow.

Skiing at 4000m, surrounded by 5000m peaks, all on empty slopes, with Santiago in the backdrop.

Posting powder pics in August when your friends are sweating on a beach, #winning

 

 

 

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