Greg will share:

  • Photos and videos from the absolute best powder destinations on earth
  • Japan — Known as JaPOW because of its ultra-deep, cold snow, but does it live up to the hype?
  • Norway — Can it get any better than sea to summit skiing?
  • British Columbia — THE heli-skiing mecca, but how good is it really?
  • Grand Teton — Famous for its ultra ski mountaineering descents, but is there also great powder?
  • France — Synonymous with alpine dreams, how good does the snow quality really stack up in the The French Alps?
  • Comparing the best of the best powder spots and declaring a winner!

Join emission-free adventurer and ACMG Ski Guide Greg Hill, as he explores five famous skiing locations in search of the best powder the world has to offer. Is the best snow in Japan, Jackson Hole, the French Alps, seaside in Norway, or deep in the interior ranges of British Columbia? Greg has searched for powder in all these incredible areas. You’re invited to come along as he covers each location in depth, reliving his experiences and sharing photos and videos of his epic adventures.

Greg is known all over the world for his backcountry skiing feats. He’s journeyed to Japan to shoot the perfect glove shot, taken a boat trip around Norway in search of the best sea to summit skiing, searched for beautiful backcountry snow on his first electric road trip to Jackson Hole, taken the first turns off French mountain tops, and is in constant search for the untracked in his home range in British Columbia. When it comes to skiing, Greg has seen it all and done it all.

Join us in this free webinar, as Greg revisits his turns in each of these famous powder locations. Which location will Greg crown the winner?

Webinar host

Greg Hill
ACMG Ski Guide and Emission-Free Adventurer

Greg Hill is known far and wide for incredible first ascents and all-around skiing prowess. He’s also a good friend of 57hours. His mountain accomplishments are too many to list here, but he’s known for skiing the odd two million vertical feet in a single year, and he’s also skied 50,000 feet in 24 hours just because he can. Oh, yeah — he also climbed and skied 100 kilometers in a single month. Not too shabby. Greg’s also changing the world with his outdoor pursuits by practicing zero-emission adventuring.