Scot Schmidt

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Scot Schmidt (born July 21, 1961, in Helena, Montana) is a professional extreme skier.[1][2] His on-snow talent has helped shape today’s ski industry, and has inspired many skiers. Scot started skiing professionally in 1983 in Squaw Valley. A Warren Miller cameraman who had heard of Scot’s relaxed style (how he did not look like he was winding up a window when jumping off cliffs) asked him to appear in their film Ski Time.[3] Scot has appeared in 39 other ski movies, becoming a pioneer of extreme skiing. Scot Schmidt was a partner and director at Island Lake Catskiing in Fernie B.C. He filmed a few movies with Greg Stump there. Schmidt now lives in Santa Cruz, Calif.[4]

Filmography[edit]

Schmidt has appeared in films including Warren Miller's Five Winter Stories: A Legend Continues (1995), Warren Miller's In Search of Powder (1993), P-Tex, Lies and Duct Tape (1993) and Aspen Extreme (1993).

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Scot Schmidt". Ski Channel. Retrieved August 22, 2011. 
  2. ^ Masia, Seth (February 1993). "Over the Edge". Boys' Life: 26–29. Retrieved August 4, 2011. 
  3. ^ Scot Schmidt US National Ski Hall of Fame
  4. ^ The Original Freeskier Powder magazine

External links[edit]

http://www.islandlakecatskiing.com/history