The Unique Snowboard Culture of Newfoundland’s Great Northern Peninsula

The Unique Snowboard Culture of Newfoundland’s Great Northern Peninsula

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The Unique Snowboard Culture of Newfoundland’s Great Northern Peninsula

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“If you’re gonna live here there has to be a part of you that becomes a bit resourceful.”

Remote, isolated, cold…these are few of things that come to mind when thinking of the 6750 square mile piece of land that’s inhabited by less than 15,000 Canadians but Newfoundland’s Great Northern Peninsula is home to a tiny community of snowboarders that thrive in the harsh environment. Excellent little portrait of Newfie shred culture :

“A weathered dispatch from the tip of Newfoundland’s Great Northern Peninsula. The North Pen Tapes is an eclectic collage of original and found footage that shares memories, thoughts, and experiences from the remote towns and outports at the end of Route 430.”

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