Watch LIVE  -  January 18th, 2014  -  Fairmont Chaeau Whistler  -  Doors at 7pm, Show at 8pm
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About the Arc'teryx Deep Winter Photo Challenge

Harness the powerful storm cycles that pound the Coast Mountains and turn it into an award-winning slide show. Celebrating the epic amounts of snow that dump on Whistler Blackcomb in January, six photographers and their athlete teams pit themselves against the weather for three days to shoot and produce the best in-bounds series of slides that will win the coveted “King of Storms” title in front of a raucous crowd at the Chateau Whistler.

A Celebration of Storm Photography.

 

In January on the West Coast of Canada the Coastal Mountains can be stuck in a haze.  The clouds will not moved for weeks keeping the mountain peaks hidden while the snowline creeps lower and the snow depths get deeper.  This is the time of year that can make or break the rest of the season in the Coastal Mountains and is what makes this end of the earth a snow seekers dream.

Paul Morrison - The Original "King Of Storms"

 

The DEEP WINTER Photo Challenge sets photographers and their team of athletes against the January storm cycles that roll through Whistler each season. It takes a ton of planning, hard work and patience to compete and succeed.  Over the past few weeks we had the chance to look back on past events and talk to some of the photographers who competed to hopefully be crowned “King of Storms”.

 

 

 

Jordan Manley - 3 x King of Storms

The DEEP WINTER Photo Challenge sets photographer and their team of athletes against the January storm cycles that roll through Whistler each season. It takes a ton of planning, hard work and patience to compete and succeed.  Over the next few weeks we will take a look back on past events and talk to some of the photographers who competed to hopefully be crowned “King of Storms”.

 

 

 

 

 

King Of Storms - Blake Jorgenson

The DEEP WINTER Photo Challenge sets photographer and their team of athletes against the January storm cycles that roll through Whistler each season. It takes a ton of planning, hard work and patience to compete and succeed.  Over the next few weeks we will take a look back on past events and talk to some of the photographers who competed to hopefully be crowned “King of Storms”.

 

 

King Of Storms - Robin O'Neill

The DEEP WINTER Photo Challenge sets photographer and their team of athletes against the January storm cycles that roll through Whistler each season. It takes a ton of planning, hard work and patience to compete and succeed.  Over the next few weeks we will take a look back on past events and talk to some of the photographers who competed to hopefully be crowned “King of Storms”.

 

Russel Dalby - King Of Storms

The DEEP WINTER Photo Challenge is in its seventh year and sells out every year. We decided to take a look back on the past events and talk to some of the photographers who competed to hopefully be crowned “King of Storms”.

Click Read More to find out what the 2013 Champ, Russell Dalby had to say.

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