May 2016: Lyngen Midnight Corn

May 2016: Lyngen Midnight Corn

Kyle Miller has dedicated himself to splitboarding for the past 15 years, pioneering numerous first descents and ski traverses along the way.

He has completed well over 12 years of consecutive Turns-All-Year and evolved his mountaineering skills through persistent backcountry exploration. A native of Washington and the Cascade Range, he has recently immersed himself into the ski cultures of New Zealand, Norway, Finland, Japan and Australia as well.
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About the video:
There is no question there is something unique and beautiful about the Lyngen Alps of northern Norway, be it the rugged mountains that line the coast or the way the 69 degree latitude messes with the sun. Over the past 3 years it has become a pilgrimage to witness the arrival of the midnight sun and to share experiences with friends who over time become family. I invited my good friend Ben Starkey to experience a week in this awe inspiring land and to ride steep corn while the sun dominated the horizon and softened each and every aspect in succession.

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