We were up in the slopes on Vassilitsa Mountain but the weather was foggy. Usually in a misty day laziness gets to us. Though, there was so much snow so excitement got into our minds. Through the heavy clouds, in the woods, we spotted a nice landing and started digging a kicker hoping the weather would eventually clear. Finally timing was good. By the time we finished building there was blue sky and a ray of light. E
It was an everyday hike when we passed by and spotted a huge gap. Dimitris Liossis was saying we should start building it and I wasn’t sure about it so we kept going. A week later we went back to double check it. I was so confused that it took me very long to make a decision. After 40 minutes of thinking, Dimitris asked: “Hey George, should we build it or should we leave?” It was a moment of a million thoughts and a
A common tell but it’s different when you live it. This is how it started when I first came back home from Tahoe. One month wasn’t enough so I decided to move there for the season of ’10. A 4 month trip that changed completely my riding level.
Returning from the BEO, I found myself back in my home mountain, Parnassus, along with a few friends. After a day of riding we realized that the season was not what we had expected so we came up with a new plan. Eugene was about to go study in the U.S. and we decided to go along with him snowboarding for a whole month. The tickets were booked just a few days later and the plan was to be in Lake Tahoe beginning of Ma
Winter season may have not started well but a good snowfall was enough to drag us to the northern mountains of Greece. It was mid February when things changed. A “good” wave was coming from the north. We packed up and our trip began. It snowed hard and Vassilitsa was our next stop since it ’s one of the greatest mountains to visit and explore in Greece. After a 3-day pow riding with Dimitri, we were in search of some