André Haase at workAndré Haase at work

ALPINE SOULS

André Haase at workAndré Haase at work

Last winter, we met 4 mountain lovers, four people who have made the mountains their profession and source of happiness. The mountains are a place of sharing, discovery, and sensation—each person taking their own unique path, but united by their shared passion. Come and meet them.

Didi HaaseDidi Haase

EPISODE 1

 

Didi Haase,
La Grave

Jessica Millet-GouchoeJessica Millet-Gouchoe

EPISODE 2

 

Jessica Millet-Gouchoe,
Alpe d’Huez

Logan PehotaLogan Pehota

EPISODE 3

 

Logan Pehota,
Whistler

 

SEE YOU IN FEBRUARY!

Logan PehotaLogan Pehota

EPISODE 4

 

Chris Walch,
Big Sky, Montana

 

SEE YOU IN MARCH!

EPISODE 3 :
LOGAN PEHOTA, WHISTLER

The Pehota family is one of the most revered names in big mountain skiing. Based in the heart of the Canadian Coast Range, in Permberton, B.C., Eric and Parveen raised their two boys on the land, and on the sports it provided.

 

Eric was a pioneering ski mountaineer who cataloged over 40 first descents in the ’80s ’90s, and his eldest son, Logan, has followed in his footsteps. After initially starting out ski racing and competing in slopestyle, Logan turned his attention entirely to freeride. He’s since stood on the podium of the World Tour numerous times, including a first place finish at the 2018 Canadian stop at Kicking Horse, which thrust him into the global spotlight.

 

According to his dad, who’s also a freeride champion, Logan sees lines on the mountain no one else does. Dive into their shared world as they revel in the deep Canadian powder of their burly home mountains.

Profile shot of Logan Pehota holding a Sender Free 110Profile shot of Logan Pehota holding a Sender Free 110
Logan Pehota airing with the Sender Free 110Logan Pehota airing with the Sender Free 110
Logan Pehota from behind, looking up at the mountain with fog on the horizon.Logan Pehota from behind, looking up at the mountain with fog on the horizon.
Logan Pehota waxing his Sender Free 110 skisLogan Pehota waxing his Sender Free 110 skis
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Two freeride skiers in powderTwo freeride skiers in powder
Logan Pehota with his father, EricLogan Pehota with his father, Eric

"Making this film was a treat, I've been with Rossignol my entire life and my father since 1987. We’ve been making memories and sharing good times all along the way and this film gives you glimpse into what our lives are like chasing snow together."

 

Logan Pehota

Logan Pehota with his father, EricLogan Pehota with his father, Eric

"I was raised in the mountains of BC, skiing is not only a sport but a family lifestyle. We do what we love and Rossignol has been a huge part of our family’s lives. It was nice to share our story in our home and our mountains."

 

Eric Pehota

Logan Pehota with his father, EricLogan Pehota with his father, Eric

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EPISODE 2 :
JESSICA MILLET-GOUCHOE, ALPE D'HUEZ

To meet Jessica is to discover the story of a miracle worker. The little girl who dreamed big and became a great skier before an aneurysm brutally interrupted her preparation for the Sochi Olympic Games in 2014. She is now happy to be with the champions of the ESF in Alpe d'Huez where she has been teaching for several seasons and coaching the U10s.

Jessica Millet-Gouchoe and a group of young skiersJessica Millet-Gouchoe and a group of young skiers
Jessica Millet-Gouchoe with a studentJessica Millet-Gouchoe with a student
Young skierYoung skier
Jessica Millet-GouchoeJessica Millet-Gouchoe
Jessica Millet-GouchoeJessica Millet-Gouchoe

"The film crew was very professional and made me feel comfortable immediately. I spent three great days shooting, practicing my passion in my favorite resorts (L'Alpe d'Huez and Les 2 Alpes). My favorite part of the shoot was on the bus, blasting music with all the kids. What I learned: when you have a camera fixed on your ski boot, you have to really measure the angle so that it doesn't explode in flight ;) "

 

Jessica Millet-Gouchoe

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EPISODE 1 :
DIDI HAASE, LA GRAVE

André Haase, AKA Didi, is a man with many facets and many lives. At one time a high-level athlete, then a textile engineer, organizer of the Derby de La Meije, and today he is the owner of Snowlegend, a store and guide office near the mythical La Grave cable car. An "Alpine Soul" whose values are anchored to the mountains, often recalling that he "has been freeriding the Grave since 1993". His story continues with his daughter Leeloo, who inherited his passion for the mountain and skiing.

André Haase en train de travaillerAndré Haase en train de travailler
Didi and Leeloo HaaseDidi and Leeloo Haase
Didi and Leeloo HaaseDidi and Leeloo Haase
André Haase en train de travaillerAndré Haase en train de travailler
Leeloo HaaseLeeloo Haase
Didi and Leeloo HaaseDidi and Leeloo Haase
André HaaseAndré Haase
André HaaseAndré Haase

"30 years of pure happiness in La Grave with Rossignol Freeride skis. Bandit, Squad, Super 7, Sender Ti, Escaper are the ideal skis to enjoy the magical slopes of La Meije. So keep the energy for riding pow pow with a smile!"

 

Didi Haase

Leeloo HaaseLeeloo Haase

"It is with great joy and pride that I have decided to continue in my father's footsteps by furthering the evolution of Snowlegend. Thank you, Rossignol, for being part of our history."

 

Leeloo Haase

Leeloo HaaseLeeloo Haase

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