From the peaks of the Canadian Rockies to the rail-strewn parks of Big Cottonwood Canyon’s Brighton Resort, Local LINE Mountain Command Skiers are busy stacking clips. Dive into the edits below — from two opposite ends of the skiing spectrum — and see two young bucks getting it done in front of the camera.


  1. Tucker FitzSimons @ BTown

Hailing from Hood River Oregon, Tucker relocated to Salt Lake City last winter to attend school and be closer to those famed Utah parks. In between study sessions and long days in the classroom, Tucker can be seen ripping around Brighton and Park City on his LINE Chronics.


The dude is an undeniable rail talent. Switch Fours on both ways? Lip two fastslides? This is arguably one of the more tech-heavy rail edits to grace the internet here. It can be easy to lose track of just how insane some of these tricks really are, as Tucker links them effortlessly into some pretty wild lines.


Dylan Siggers: White Blood II

All-around ripper and genre-bending skier Dylan Siggers also put out a December Recap entitled “White Blood II.” You probably know Dylan from the Burrrlapz edits, where he and a bunch of absurdly Canadian folks travel around, ski pillows, and generally have a good time.

In “White Blood II,” Dylan takes center stage. Watch him arc fast turns, air big cliffs, and even ski switch on the LINE Sick Day 114. Who knew that was even possible? We sure didn’t. Oh, and the entire thing is shot in-bounds at his home resort of Fernie.