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“What I love about snowboarding is the creativity and freedom it gives me. Whenever I am boarding, nothing else matters. Snowboarding lets you put your own style and twist on your riding... I love escaping to the mountain and riding my snowboard however I want.”
When Zoe isn’t throwing a Fakie or a Poptart, or competing on the DEW Tour (where she finished 4th at the Women’s modified half pipe) you can find her hiking and adventuring through the mountains in Salt Lake City. A self-described fun, flirty and festive rider (the 3 F’s), Zoe spends her winters training out at Avon, Colorado & listening to Future, Migos and Travis Scott while riding.
Like many snowboarders Zoe started skiing at 2 but switched to snowboarding at the age of 5 when she begged her Dad to teach her. Being the only snowboarder on their home mountain Zoe would watch her Dad in awe and luckily her pestering paid off as she made the switch – safe to say she has not looked back. (A special thanks to Zoe’s Dad for being such a legend!)
After a ride you can catch Zoe sipping on a chai latte with extra cinnamon or a hot chocolate, stretching, eating lots of yummy healthy food, reading and cuddling her 13-year-old Labradoodle. FYI this poochie has some serious street cred as he joins Zoe at training days and pipe competitions.
No doubt Zoe is one to watch and is making some serious noise on the pipe. She supports animal welfare and environmental social causes and is a beautiful human inside and out! We know Zoe is just scratching the surface of her potential and we are so proud to have her on the ROJO team.
“It is one of the warmest, most comfortable winter coats I have ever owned! God bless ROJO for that.”
Gold Medallists at the Women’s halfpipe, Sochi, Russia Olympic Games
“I love being in the mountains! When I put on my snowboarding gear it makes me feel like a superhero. I am invincible when I am in the mountains!”
Kaitlyn is a proud POW (Protect Our Winters) and B4BC (Boarding for Breast Cancer) ambassador, a Whitefish, Montana local. Growing up in the mountains and following her sister’s transition from skiing to snowboarding like all younger siblings she fell in LOVE with the sport.
A fun and flowy rider Kaitlyn loves to pop some Ally Op Backside 540’s or a cheeky hand plant and has not only conquered the pipe but now has set her sights on exploring beautiful and untameable back country locations around the world! So far, her adventures have included summitting Denali in 2016 and 24 volcanos through the Cascade Mountain Range and she still finds time for climbing, swimming, hiking, fishing and guiding around the world. Basically Kaitlyn loves to adventure as much as she can with good friends.
“ROJO makes so much more than just snowboard clothes and that’s what I love! I feel cute and confident in every piece of clothing I have!”
“I love the playful, flowy feeling beneath my feet. I like to express my own creativity and style through snowboarding. I am so grateful for all the experiences I have had to travel the world and meet new friends along the way because of snowboarding”.
Jessika admittedly first learned to snowboard as, “it was the cool thing to do, all my friends were doing it”. Clearly, she hasn’t looked back since first strapping in and has since represented the states in two Olympics!
A self-described fun and free rider, you can catch Jess throwing a backside 720 at resorts across Idaho/Utah. Although she writes that her local mountains, “are my home” she notes, “I love travelling and exploring new places in the backcountry especially with my Timbersled! My favourite place is the Grand Teton Range in Wyoming! I can always find the goods and untouched stashes there!”
Like a true mountain lover, over the summer you can catch Jess mountain and dirt bike riding, rock climbing, wake boarding and adventuring all with her friends.
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#1 Sprinter in Australia; Current Aus/NZ Continental Cup winner
“I love where skiing takes me outdoors, I love the contrast between the most beautiful blue bird weather to even the most howling blizzard days. As a cross country skier, you have to love the hurt and grind, the desire to be the best I can be is what keeps me grinding.”
Kat started cross country skiing as soon as she could walk, her parents being dual Winter Olympians in the same sport may or may not have influenced this... Kat would like to insist that she was not forced into it at all saying “It was just something we did as a family”.
Kat is based in Falls Creek, Australia and then Davos, Switzerland for her winter/winter lifestyle and has collected some extraordinary experiences over the years with her sport has taking her to some unique places including, Siberia, Kazakhstan, Romania, and China!
Her riding mantra “Look good, feel good” clearly works for this lady who finished 32nd in her last world U23 championship!
She loves listening to Kanye, or any sort of techno or goa? when sprinting on the track.
Working as a ski patroller and likes to mix up her usual xc trails with some alpine skiing when she can. She also has 5 horses, a dog and a cat and supports equality for all beings.
“I love everything but if I had to name one thing it would be my Sherpa Black Hoodie, I love how warm it is, it’s like a coat”.
#3 Halfpipe AUS – 90 world
#3 Big Air AUS – 86 world
#4 Slopestyle AUS – 122 world
“I love the creatively and freedom snowboarding brings, especially freestyle snowboarding where every run can be a different combination of tricks.”
When Alex isn’t supporting Australia in the Youth Olympics or travelling to Colorado or Austria to train over the Aussie down season, you will catch her studying at her University in Sydney, Australia and hanging out with friends with an Iced soy latte in hand.
A self-described relaxed, playful and graceful rider, Alex’s favourite trick is a front 3 and learnt to ski when she was just 2 years old at Thredbo! She later switched to snowboarding when she was 9 after begging her parents.
One of her favourite places her sport has taken her is Absolut Park in Austria; “It is one of the coolest mountains with the best parks I’ve ridden!” (We definitely have to agree with her on that one).
When asked what causes Alex supports, she replied: “Personally, I support stopping the Asian hate crimes which are extremely prevalent in America right now. Being Asian myself, it is extremely hurtful to see the increase in hate and violence towards Asians, furthermore, it is scary to think that any of these Asians receiving violence could be a relative or family member of mine. I am also very proud to be a part of ROJO’s ongoing support for B4BC (Boarding for Breast Cancer) and will continue to support this cause!”
Australian Open Age Ranking: 5th; 1st U20 Female in Sprint events Australia; 2nd U20 Female in Distance events Australia
“I love how cross-country skiing combines my passion for skiing with endurance sport. It is a sport that can look so graceful, yet it is so challenging. You have to be mentally tough and extremely fit. I love the feeling of crossing the finish line and collapsing on the ground in exhaustion, knowing I have given it my best shot. I also love that I get to spend hours outdoors, particularly in the alpine environment. I have a slight obsession with sunrises and sunsets – there’s nothing like skiing with a pink sky, fresh snow and some tunes.”
Emily began Alpine skiing when she was just 4, thanks to her beautiful mum’s passion for the mountains. At the age of 12 her best friend asked her to compete in the school’s relay team but when she put on her cross-country skis for the first time she spent most of the day on the ground absolutely defeated. However, she kept at it and learnt to love the sport! Just two years later she qualified as the youngest member on the Australian junior cross-country team and has been training 6 days a week year-round ever since.
Emily’s favourite event at the moment is a skate sprint. A skate sprint is where individuals do a time trial as fast as possible around a 1.2km-1.8km racecourse and then progress into head to head heats. Each race takes around 3-4 minutes and is exhausting and exhilarating.
A powerful, tactic and speedy skier Emily is based at Perisher, NSW and Davos, Switzerland for her winter/winter lifestyle. Lucky for Emily, Davos is her winter paradise; “It is breathtakingly beautiful and has hours of trails through valleys and forests to ski. The town lights up at night with all the cute traditional houses in the mountains and has the most beautiful sunsets.”
Emily is also studying a Bachelor of Health Science at the Australian National University and is a proud advocate for climate change and the role winter sports can play in this conversation; “I support Protect Our Winters (POW), a climate advocacy group for the winter sports and outdoor community. They act against climate change to ensure the protection of our precious alpine playgrounds!” What an absolute gem!
“I am obsessed with my black Maggie Boots. They’re so pretty, warm and perfect for winter whether you’re walking through a winter town or trudging through some deep fresh snow.
I’m so grateful to have ROJO’s support. I love that the brand represents a strong group of women who all get out there in our beautiful outdoor environment. I feel so lucky to be a part of this community.”
#1 in having the most fun
On why she loves her sport: “Obviously, all the people you meet and the places you get to travel! But also having something that’s given me purpose for so much of my life. Everything has always revolved around planning the next trip, saving for anything snowboarding related, keeping fit and healthy for snowboarding. I feel lucky to have that.”
Amber’s riding has taken her all over the world and some of her favourite places she has ridden includes Iran and Kazakhstan! While in Iran Amber also filmed a documentary called “Persian Powder” which has been played at international film festivals and won best picture at the Women’s Adventure Film Festival. Oh yeah, and she did all of this plus competing internationally while undergoing her Bachelor's degree!
A fast and fun rider, Amber is proving that age is just a number (dirty thirty say what?!) as she is learning how to backflips for the first time, although she isn’t claiming it just yet so watch this space! (We think that since she has been riding for 20 years that she has this in the bag). Her favourite trick would have to be a smooth back-5 but these days Amber sticks to free riding and loves a good cliff drop!
Amber’s go to order is a small double-shot cappuccino and when she isn’t on the snow Amber spends her time surfing!
“I work with a lot of people in aged care and disability sectors, so I'm a big supporter in improving the treatment, lives and awareness for those living with a disability.”
“Being on the mountains and feeling the freedom and the satisfaction of being surrounded in nature is why I love snowboarding”.
Martina learnt to snowboard with her best friend on a little hill close to Munich in Germany over 20 years ago. A self-described motivated, passionate, and powerful snowboarder you can catch Martina exploring the resorts of Austria, Germany and Switzerland.
Winning the Austrian Masters and Chill & Destroy German finals are some of her best achievements to date. And when Martina isn’t riding you can catch her surfing and wake boarding and supporting social causes such as Youth snowboarding development.
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1st Place – Slopestyle National Australian Championship
“It is a very fun sport and I like that I get to learn new tricks”
Lilly started riding when she went to the snow for a family holiday and explains that her passion totally escalated quickly from there! Although she has only been riding for 4 years, she has already been making some noise in youth competitions and has even taken out the #1 spot in Slopestyle at the National Australian Championships!
Lil is usually based at Perisher or Thredbo NSW, Australia for the season and her favourite mountain is Copper Mountain, USA.
Lilly describes her riding style as fun, random and creative and her signature trick is a method.
When she isn’t riding Lilly goes to highschool, hangs out with her friends and trains for the next snow season. She also loves to draw and take photos, her beverage of choice is a cup of tea and has a cute dog named Wiggy.
Although Lilly lives the back to back winter lifestyle, she enjoys surfing in summer and going to the beach. Lilly is a proud supporter of Women’s rights.
“ROJO is such an awesome company and make the best snowboard gear. I am always warm, comfortable, and feeling great in my ROJO gear. Thank you.”
3rd USASA National Championship halfpipe
“I love snowboarding because it gives me a sense of freedom and adrenaline. Most of all it’s fun and provides a great community to be a part of!”
Growing up Strat’s family was always very snow orientated, she was originally a skier however, her super cool cousins thankfully threw her on a snowboard when she was about 10 and she’s been shredding ever since.
She loves throwing a Tamedog (front flip) in the pipe and it comes as no surprise that her self-described riding style is adventurous, stylish, and fast. Strat’s favourite place to ride is Copper Mountain, Colorado; “The parks, the pipe, the village and the people are awesome there”. She also loves Cardrona, New Zealand for the same reason.
When she isn’t on the mountain you can catch Caycee surfing, on a trampoline, playing Frisbee golf in Jindy, getting a hot choccie, and hanging out with friends. Her riding playlist is dependant on her mood and what she is doing; “If it’s a chill mountain day, just cruising around, I’ll be listening to Lime Cordiale, Jungle Giants or Ocean Alley. On competition or training days I listen to Fischer, ACDC and Valentino Khan.”
To top it off, Caycee is also a proud environmental supporter; “I strongly support looking after our environment and reducing my carbon footprint. I recently swam with turtles in Indonesia and saw first-hand how the pollution was affecting their home. I am big on keeping our oceans clean and I follow the motto ‘Take 3 for the sea’; picking up at least 3 pieces of rubbish whenever I’m at the beach.”
“It’s so hard to pick a favourite as everything I own of ROJO is amazing! One of my favourite ROJO products is the Va Va Boom Pant as it’s so stretchy and allows me to move freely and easily. Another favourite of mine is the Sherpa ¼ zip jacket. It’s so warm and looks so good! I also think their outerwear is extremely functional. I genuinely think that ROJO is one of the best snow apparel brands out there!”
Boardercross and Slopestyle rider; 2nd in the Australia/New Zealand Cup; 8th in the Europa Cup
“It’s not something everyone has the opportunity to do so I am grateful for every day I spend up in the mountains.”
Georgia has been skiing since she was 2 and then taught herself to board when she was 8 with her signature moves consisting of a backflip in slopestyle and speed in boardercross. Georgia is a cruisy, all mountain and fun rider who loves to listen to a bit of rap music (let’s face it who doesn’t?!) G lives in Jindabyne, NSW, Australia year-round with Perisher as her home base. However, her favourite resort of all time would have to be Big White.
Georgia is currently doing her diploma in beauty therapy and has a little teacup Chihuahua named Bentley and a little Jack Russell X Foxie called Mia.
In the summertime you can catch Georgia with an iced chai in hand while she jet skis or travels overseas chasing the snow.
“My Mainstreet Microfleece shirt or my fluffy Sherpa jacket – they are equally comfortable and warm to ride in!”
2012 Australian Athlete of the Year
“I love riding because of the places you go and the people you meet”.
Lauren is “always seeking adventure” and loves to pop a nice switch back 180 on a kicker – it is her favourite trick and who can blame her it is ours too! As a kid her family used to take snow trips together and her passion grew from there.
Lauren has always felt at home in the mountains and often visits her family farm in Merrijig, at the base of Mt Buller in Australia but the place Lauren describes as having “the most amazing mountains” is Breckenridge, Colorado.
When she isn’t on the hill Lauren paddleboards, hangs with her toy Maltese poodle Terra, studies psychology and runs a beautiful home wares and gift shop with her Mum. What a smart cookie!
As well as proactively supporting, working and volunteering in the mental health and wellbeing space she is passionate about corporate social responsibility ”particularly sustainability of the environment, ethical labour and animal welfare.”
She is also a big fan of some spaghetti toast and a chai latte (Love you Lauren, never change).
“The main street microfleece shirt is perfect for spring and winter riding”.
“I love snowboarding because of the community! There’s nothing better than spending the day with the girls trying new tricks, laughing, and just having an epic time.”
Alex started riding in high school after instantly falling in love with the sport on a school trip and has now been riding for 15 years. Talk about impressive! Although COVID put a spanner in the works for Jonesy’s usual season plans, she tries to venture to as many of the Australian resorts as possible throughout the season. Her favourite place that snowboarding has taken her is Revelstoke and Mt Baker, “They’re just two resorts that take your breath away and have such amazing terrain.”
Although Alex’s style is “very loud” when she is riding, she actually doesn’t listen to music when she is snowboarding, “I kind of just like listening to the sounds around me”. When she isn’t on the hill, she’s planning the next snow adventure with her friends. In the summertime Alex keeps fit by surfing, running, doing yoga or CrossFit and tries to squeeze in a little overseas snow trip.
Side note: You wouldn’t be a fool for thinking that Alex has 7 dogs, she actually doesn’t have any, but she just takes so many photos of her friends dogs that people think that she is the crazy dog lady (we love you Alex).
“I have way too many to choose from, but my top choices are the Task Jacket in Cameo Rose, the Snow Day Bib and all the velvet base layers. Thanks for keeping us ladies looking good team ROJO.”
#1 in her Mum’s heart
“There is nothing quite like hot chocolate & powder days”
Based in Rossland BC, Canada Hollie did not have a choice when it came to skiing. Her parents had her on the sticks before she could walk and her Dad would to take her out of her on mountain day care to run some hot laps at lunchtime…what a legend!
A true outdoor gal in winter she’s skiing & hiking and has a new love for snowmobiling. In the summertime you can catch Hollie mountain biking at the lake, camping and roasting marshmallows. Oh yeah, also wake surfing, wakeboarding, knee boarding and tubing!
You may recognise Hollie from our imagery but this lady is not just a pretty face! “Growing up in a very small and isolated Canadian community I’ve grown up and realised the huge amounts of racism, homophobia and general intolerance that goes unchecked and unrecognized in our area. Through this I have tried my best to educate myself and others in the direction of being and becoming BLM, Indigenous Rights and LGBTQ+ advocates.” This girl will move mountains!
“As someone who has been lucky enough to see the upcoming/unreleased ROJO gear I can say the best is yet to come… That being said, I have always been a huge fan of ROJO beanies, they never go out of style”.
“I love how free it makes you feel, and the adrenaline rush you get. Snowboarding in Japan would be up there with some of my best memories, snow so deep that you feel like you need a snorkel. Riding with friends on a sunny day is something I love as well, especially when you get out there with the girl gang”.
Ash started out riding when she was 20 during her first season at Mt Buller, Australia. Although at the start she spent most of her time on her butt looking like Bambi on ice, once she picked it up she couldn’t get enough of it.
Ash has been lucky enough to explore different resorts all over the world, but her favourite is Japan “The quality of the snow is amazing!” She has also spent some time in the US a few years back and can’t go past Heavenly Resort, Lake Tahoe where the mountains are massive, and the views are spectacular.
Ash loves to keep active and believes that sometimes there is nothing quite like putting in your headphones and just walking. “We are lucky in Australia to have these wonderful mountains with such great wildlife all around.” Her playlist ranges from Flume to Bob Marley to the Red Hot Chilli Peppers and another fun fact…. she hates hot drinks!!! Crazy for someone who loves winter so much!
“I love all the ROJO mitts! My hands stay toasty and warm and they have the cutest little details. I’m also a massive fan of their baselayers, they are so versatile. I love wearing them on a sunny day under my bib for a pop of colour and they just look so fun!”
Queen of the Mountain, Falls 2016
“Snowboarding is the perfect combination of Dance, Gymnastics and board sports. It is the ultimate creative outlet; the people are all legends too”.
Carrie’s riding style is fast & excited with with a smile! This lovely lady has also been known to pop a Method here and there. She loves exploring the Australian backcountry and its “endless beauty” but her fav snowy destination is Nozawa Onsen, Japan.
In the summertime you can find Carrie with a Soy Chai in hand and surfing in her hometown of Torquay, and if that fails, you can find her outside on an adventure of some sort or hanging with her super cool cat Starlord.
Her music choice is described as a “can of worms”, consisting of mostly hip hop when she is riding but as music is such a big part of her life she never sticks to just one genre.
Oh hey, one more thing before we go, this beauty is a big environmental activist; “Supporting a sustainable future is huge for me. I am always trying to stay informed and well-practiced in ways of reducing my personal footprint and there are always ways to make sure our own backyards are not suffering due to a lack of initiative. It makes you feel good to know you have made a positive difference, more people should do that.”
“The Main Street Microfleece for sure! I have it in 2 colours and counting and wear them all the time.“
“I love surfing because I am always improving, and I get to hang out with friends.”
Although she is only 14 years old and has been surfing competitively for about 7 years – half her life! Emily splits her time between Torquay and Byron surfing year round no matter the weather chasing the surf, sun and waterfalls. Her favourite spots to surf are: Jan Juc, Winki, Broken Head and Snapper and loves to throw a back hand rio and a cheeky forehand carve.
In 2019 Em made the quarterfinals for the Australian Junior Surfing Titles in Western Australia and is a self-described girly, flowy and powerful surfer.
Emily is also a proud supporter of environmental causes like “Fight for the bight”.
“The jackets are great to put over my wetsuit to keep me warm in between surfs and I love the colours. I also love the hoodies and jumpers because they match with everything and are really comfortable.”
Jess grew up by the beach and rode her very first wave solo wave when she was just two years old and started competing when she was 9 years old. A controlled, smooth, and flowy surfer, Jess’ signature trick is a forehand cutback
Splitting her time between Torquay and Byron with her sister Em, Jess’ proudest achievement so far is getting to the final in the Woolworths VIC Grom competition.
On the weekends after a surf you can catch Jess with a Hot Chocolate going for a beautiful waterfall hike with her friends!
“I live in the hoodies and love the t-shirts”.
#1 VIC U18
“I love how unpredictable surfing is and the thrill you get when surfing as well as the connections you make with the locations and the people.”
Lucy is a Jack-of-all-trades. She skis and snowboards, however, her main sport is surfing! Like many surfers, Lucy got into the sport thanks to her family and has been surfing for about 10 years and skiing and snowboarding for about 15 years!
Lucy is a strong, smooth, free rider and her backhand is her power and loves an Aussie here and there. Her best achievement to date is winning the open state round in Phillip Island and a semi-final finish at the Open Aussies.
Her favourite place her sport has taken her is Telo islands in Indonesia and Mammoth Mountain in America. For her summer season she is based at Point Lonsdale, VIC and Falls Creek, NSW for her winter season.
Lucy also loves a Chai Latte and her riding playlist has 1000 random genre songs!
“The hoodies and trackies because they are super warm”
“What I love most about the sport is to spend time outside, to be up in the mountains and enjoy the snow… Otherwise winter would suck if I could not go snowboarding or skiing”.
Angela does not discriminate and loves to both snowboarding and skiing, “especially ski touring, I love the mix of both”. Learning to ski when she was just 3 years old, Angela describes her mountain style as, “layback and enjoy” and loves to listen to all kinds of music, from indie, to rock to a cool 60’s sound.
Noting that one of life’s simple pleasures is a good black coffee whilst completing a sunrise hike in Tryol, it will come as no surprise that in the summertime Angela loves to spend her time mountain bike riding, hiking the mountains and doing lots of yoga. She writes, “Most of the time I go somewhere near the water, like a river or a lake, to chill and soak up the sun… I am always somewhere beautiful in nature.”
New Zealand explorer and snowboarder
“I love the freedom, the chance to explore new terrain otherwise inaccessible without a board. I love the rush of completing a run, hitting some fresh off piste pow and I LOVE the snowboard community and stoke here in NZ.”
Admitting to buying all the gear and having no idea, Sophie completed her first snow season in Queenstown 5 years ago when she had absolutely zero snow experience. However, from the moment that she first strapped in she was hooked and is now about to complete her 7th snow season.
A self-described fun, free and chill rider, Sophie explains; “I'm not into the park or tricks as such, I just love snowboarding the runs and off piste and exploring the club fields here in NZ. The three mountains we ride here in New Zealand have incredible terrain and an awesome touring map so jet getting on the lift and exploring wherever we fancy is my main game when out on the hill.”
Sophie's greatest achievement in life (so far) is completing the Everest Base Camp trek in Nepal.
When she isn’t riding you will catch her hiking, chilling, reading, shooting (Soph is a photographer by trade) and running her online social media business. Oh, and she will be doing all of that with a Soy Flat White in hand or a cuppa tea (she is British after all).
When asked what social causes she supports, Sophie replied; “Mental Health foundation New Zealand. I am a huge advocate for mental health, and I will continue to use my platform and voice to be a safe place for those who need it. I also share my own journey with mental health and how I have used positive change in my life to overcome what I thought was the worst of it.”
“Perfect for on mountain, off mountain, snowboarding and hiking. I am all about being comfortable, warm, and cosy during all my outdoor activities!”
“I love the adrenaline rush and the absolute stoke you share when riding with your mates”.
Bridie is a two-stick kind of chick and learnt to ski when she 7 on a family trip to Mount Buller; “I still remember looking down Bourke Street and bawling my eyes out in fear after leaving the bunny hill for the first time. I had to ski between mums legs, but the second I realised I could do it myself I slipped out and sped off down the hill leaving poor mum behind. From that second I was addicted.”
Perhaps best known at Perisher for skiing and jumper over REALLY big spring sink holes, Bridie’s self-described riding style is as smooth as smooth peanut butter and loves to listen to a bit of ABBA, disco and Sunny by Boney M when riding, “It just gets my blood pumping”.
Her favourite place her sport has taken her is Lake Louise, “I’d look up at the view some days at work and drool would start to trickle down my chin.” When this chick is not on the mountain you can catch her surfing and hiking with a Iced long black in her hand.
When asked what social causes Birdie supports, she replied; “RU OK, B4BC and Disabled Winterspots Australia all do some really cool sh*t. I’m really passionate about empowering women in the snow too and currently in the process of starting Tough Tits Co! A project aimed to inspire, empower and promote women behind the scenes and on the front line of the Aussie snow scene. We’ve got some really exciting stuff planning for this season! Wahoo!”
“Oh man, anything they’ve got with leopard just tickles my taste buds. Yum.”
Born and raised in SALT Lake City, Utah Sammy always dabbled in snow sports. But, it wasn’t until her stepdad became apart of her family and introduced Sammy to his love of skiing that got her hooked. For the past 9 years, Sammy has been spending her time skiing pow in the Cottonwood Canyons. When she is not skiing, you’ll find Sammy paragliding off mountains, biking in Southern Utah, or travelling around in her 1989 camper van! Like the adventure and outdoor lover that she is Sammy is passionate about introducing new faces to her world and looking after the environment and living as sustainably as she can.