Sometimes it seems that life is running faster than you can actually keep up. That's what's happening with us right now.

After another amazing fall season spent on the Canary Islands, La Palma Robi had to make his way to Canada. The 2nd and 3rd Module of the Canadian Avalanche Association Level 2 course where awaiting him in Whistler. 2 weeks studying, digging in the snow and freezing your toes of since it was freezing cold in Canada at that time. All worth it, he can call himself a avalanche technician now. 

I made my way to Japan and Robi crossed the world a couple weeks later and before we knew we moved in to our new home for the season on Japan's northern island, Hokkaido;

Hokkaido home

We'll be here for the season, guiding around the Niseko area and taking clients into central Hokkaido for the real Japanese experience. Stay tuned for some powder updates!