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Telemark is full of passionate people, this is theTelemark Tribe I want you to discover. Rene-Martin from the Absolute Telemark blog is here to talk about telemark skiing, interviewing community leaders, talking about equipment, telemark tips and more. My goal is simple, get as many people talking about telemark. Through out my many years as a telemark skier, one thing as always came out, the telemark community is just awesome. Discover all there is about the latest trends, the best places t ...
 
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This is one of our favourite episodes of the season. George Turner is an avid telemark skier from Adelaide that has been in touch throughout the season. At some point, he highlighted techniques to get kids into tele, drawing from his own experience when teaching the turn to his two boys, Lenny and Albert. George sent us some photos of his kids abso…
 
Chip Chase owns and operates White Grass Ski Touring Center in the Canaan Valley of West Virginia. He’s been part of the Telemark community since the early days and has no doubt influenced many people along the way to learn the turn. Connect with Josh and the Freeheel Life Family Josh on Instagram and Twitter Telemark Skier Magazine on Instagram, T…
 
What a strange season we have had Downunder. Only one out of three show hosts have managed to get some turns in, but despite this, we have managed to make a podcast that people are actually downloading. We have received emails from such people to ask questions, make suggestions and share stories, so in this episode, we do our best to answer them. W…
 
In this weeks episode, we hade a very special guest to join Those Tele Guys. Stephen Curtain is a cinematographer, director, outdoor educator and an environmental science communicator. He has travelled to many wild places with a camera in his hands to capture the beauty and share the stories found within environments that are less known to the gene…
 
Craig Gordon is the sole avalanche forecaster for the western Uinta Mountains--an area accessed primarily by snowmobile--and also handles much of the avalanche education for snowmobile groups. Craig has done avalanche control for Brighton Ski Area in Utah since the mid 1980's and then worked as a helicopter ski guide. He has worked for the Forest S…
 
A long, long time ago in the early days of the Australian winter season, a fan wrote a letter to us asking a bunch of questions about how to get into telemark skiing. We decided to make an episode about it and attempt to answer said questions to the best of our ability. Our answers may not resemble everyone's pathway to enlightenment, but they do p…
 
Lena Attorresi, born from the love of two ski instructors in 1990 in Austria and raised in the Italian Appennini, now resides in Livigno, Italy. Her greatest passion had always been skiing and racing until she was 18 in FIS competition. After becoming a ski instructor in 2010, she decided to settle in the Alps where she focused on Freestyle, Freeri…
 
Earlier in the season, we received a message from a telemark idol of ours all the way from the USA. He applauded our efforts with the show and suggested we interview Sven Gorham, a fellow Australian that is all about telemark skiing and eating icecream. Sven has worked extensively in the snow for the last few years, jumping countries to guide and p…
 
Andreas Sjöbeck has been part of the modern era of Telemark skiers pushing free ride and park telemark skiing for the past decade. He was the first person documented to do a double cork spin in 2012, has podium finishes in competitions both in Europe and the US and continues to push the envelope of what is possible on freeheel equipment. He also ha…
 
In this weeks episode, we chat to Simon from the Mountain Sports Collective. The MSC is a not-for-profit user group organisation for human-powered alpine sports in Australia, and have been providing information and resources to educate and keep BC users safe. From learning to tele ski in the BC, to getting caught in a slide, Simon's story about how…
 
Freeheel Life shop manager Taylor Johnson sits down with me to go over his top picks for new Telemark gear in 2020-21. You won't want to miss it. Connect with Josh and the Freeheel Life Family Taylor on Instagram Josh on Instagram and Twitter Telemark Skier Magazine on Instagram, Twitter and YouTube Freeheel Life on Instagram and Twitter Shop The F…
 
COVID continues to dominate the Victorian headlines and hinder the Australian ski season. Regional Victorian telemark skiers have been enjoying some turns when they could but their dreams of skiing August powder have been dashed by more restrictions and park closures. What does this mean for the much anticipated Victorian BC festival? We catch up w…
 
As outdoor educators, Those Tele Guys believe in the importance of education to enhance skills and knowledge in outdoor environments. Australia's alpine region is one of those environments and we believe one should do all they can to adequately prepare themselves for the conditions they might face. Avalanche Australia provides an avenue to do this …
 
Ken Emrick is one of the founders of the Summit Telemark Series, one of the premiere telemark race series in the late 1970s and 80s. It was started in Summit County, Colorado and quickly spread to multiple resorts in the state and beyond. He currently teaches skiing at Winter Park, CO and lives in Golden, Co. Connect with Josh and the Freeheel Life…
 
In 2019, whilst skiing in one of Australia's fine winter storms, we bumped into Lucas, a fellow tele skier, whilst frolicking in the powder. For the rest of the season, we continued to catch up with him and learnt that he had a unique introduction into telemark skiing through the now-defunct Corryong Ski Club. We find out just how prolific the club…
 
Today's episode I answer your questions! I cover topics from where is the best place to mount your telemark skis, boutique boot brands, binding comparisons, maintaenance, and more. Connect with Josh and the Freeheel Life Family Josh on Instagram and Twitter Telemark Skier Magazine on Instagram, Twitter and YouTube Freeheel Life on Instagram and Twi…
 
The Victorian snowfields are filled with sadness and jealousy as the NSW resorts remain open while receiving a huge amount of snow from a rare south-easterly system. Many keen snow enthusiasts are now turning their attention to the backcountry and are looking for someone to head off with to chase some sort of winter season. For this reason, Morgs, …
 
Weston moved out west from New York in December 2007 after graduating from SUNY Cortland with a degree in Sports Management. He grew up visiting the Wind River Range in Wyoming and skiing across the West. He runs Inspired Summit Adventure company with his wife Shaun and is based in Park City, UT. JT’s been around the telemark world for almost 2 dec…
 
This week on the show we talk lockdowns, border closures, Epic Passes, and mountain rescues. Has the Victorian Government’s move to lock down Metropolitan Melbourne effectively crushed the hopes, dreams and business aspirations of Vail Resorts? Join us as we wildly speculate and attempt to shed some light on what is quickly becoming a dark winter. …
 
Ty first discovered backcountry skiing at the age of 12 on the eastern flanks of Mt. Washington in North Central, NH. Since then, he like many others before him, have dedicated themself to the pursuit of skiing in all forms, shapes, and sizes. Although his travels have brought him to many special and powerful places around the world, he now current…
 
In this episode, we travel over to Everest Sports in Bright to interview Simon Head. Simon is the proud owner of the store, which sells an array of quality equipment for adventure junkies and for those looking to get into the backcountry scene. He also has a plethora of knowledge that he is willing to share for those seeking advice for adventures i…
 
In today’s episode I want to follow up on the episode I did about creating our own Telemark industry. In my opinion what makes up the nuts and bolts of any industry are 1. gear and 2. The people. Connect with Josh and the Freeheel Life Family Josh on Instagram and Twitter Telemark Skier Magazine on Instagram, Twitter and YouTube Freeheel Life on In…
 
Morgan has returned to his home planet of Mt. Beauty in an attempt to rescue his friend Rich from the clutches of the vile high-pressure system parked over south-eastern Australia. Little does Morgan know that the galactic empire has secretly begun construction on a new armoured house even more powerful than the first dreaded cedar plank shack. Whe…
 
Telemark Australia was their name originally, but they’ve since changed names to Those Tele Guys as it reflects themselves and their message better. Simply put, they are literally some tele guys from down under (Australia) that love telemark skiing. Check out These Tele Guys on: Instagram Podcast Connect with Josh and the Freeheel Life Family Josh …
 
In this episode, we call in a few telemark friends, Andy Crow and Ya Reeves, to discuss some essential items that we take in the backcountry. Everyone seems to stuff their bags with various things, some causing some serious eyebrow-raising, and we talk about a few of them. We also hear a song for the freeheelers from Ya about the Lady Shredders. Yo…
 
Kim Miller has been involved in the outdoor industry for nearly 40 years. He has been an integral part in developing outdoor and Telemark products over those four decades through his work as a retail shop owner, rep, product side of Chouinard Equipment and TUA skis, Ski Line Category Manager at Black Diamond Equipment, and he is currently the CEO o…
 
Many people in the world look at telemark skiing with a certain curiosity as to how it works. Like the Jedi, much of our knowledge is a secret to the universe, but we are looking to change this. In this episode, we pull in Jonathon Frakes, former host of Beyond Belief, to help us determine whether the telemark myths you may around the resort are in…
 
In this episode, we chat with Cam Walker, the organiser of the Victoria Back Country Festival. Cam, is a very passionate skier who has been skiing and climbing mountains all over the globe. He has channelled his love for the snow to make a community event that brings out the best in all things BC, regardless of what craft you are on! We also discus…
 
When I opened up the Freeheel Life shop in 2014 it was me and Ashley working there. Taylor showed up a little later that 1st year and Alex eventually joined the family the year after. I have always said that Freeheel Life is the great Telemark experiment and these guys were the first to really put it on the line with me and get this place up and ru…
 
Pierre Mouyade is a mechanical engineer. He was a project manager & department manager in different sectors of the sports equipment manufacturing industry such as fall protection — also involved in engineering in aeronautics, medical and nuclear. He is passionate about sliding sports like Skate, BMX, & MTB. After snowboarding for 30 years he discov…
 
I first got wind of the Telemark Colorado guys a few years back when I started seeing some meetups and some edits go up online. Colorado has always been a strong hold of Telemark Skiers from the early days until now. I’ve worked with these guys on some T-shirt collaborations over the past few seasons for Freeheel Life and we helped support the king…
 
The reason I wanted to do this podcast was to have at least one documented place where a newbie could find some answers to what is being spoken about. This podcast has helped me realize how often beginners are left out of the conversation because of verbiage and slang. So this one is for you. And if you’re an old crusty — you might find something u…
 
This is going to be more of a community building type of podcast around the business of Telemark. Think of it as a thought exercise. These ideas are really central to the concepts I share with my employees at the Freeheel Life Shop, with the people that are close to me in Telemark, and I wanted to take the opportunity to share them here, with you, …
 
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