On October 16th 1988 Greg Stump released "The Blizzard of Aahhh's" and triggered a seismic shift not only in skiing but in modern culture. Extreme sports were born.
It was the movie that inspired a generation of skiers and popularized the concept of "extreme" skiing. It introduced mohawked Glen Plake, and showcased the cliff-jumping prowess of Scot Schmidt and Mike Hattrup.
And it highlighted the thrills and freedom of France's Chamonix valley, all set to a soaring punk soundtrack for the first time in a ski film.
Almost 30 years later, "The Blizzard of Aahhh's" remains the benchmark, and the film that ignited today's freeskiing movement. The rest is history.
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