Having travelled all over the world making freeride movies, pro freeskiers and movie producers Matthias 'Hauni' Haunholder and Matthias Mayr decided to make a film at home in their personal paradise - Austria.They invited some of the world's best freeskiers and snowboarders to join them in making a series to document the life of a freerider - deep snow, bright sunshine, tight friendships, big mountains and even bigger goals. The message of the movie is simple - Paradise can be anywhere, you just need to recognise it.
What's paradise if there's no one to share it with? There might be 'no friends on a powder day' but in the Spring there's plenty of time for your mates to hike into the remaining dregs of snow together and do some spring skiing on dirt, in shorts. Bliss! The past five ski video episodes brought you almost everything we could dream of in 'Paradise' - Snow, Sun, Girls, Breathtaking Big Lines and some of the Steepest Lines ever seen. But what would all this be, if nobody else but you could enjoy it? It would be pretty depressing, and sad. That's why on Day 6, the most important part of 'Paradise' shows up. Your friends. The best powder day is nothing if you can't share it with your friends. And on the worst days, in shitty conditions, you can still have great fun as long as your friends are skiing and snowboarding with you. No Friends On A Powder Day