Mid-June at Mt. Baker with Justin Norman

Just because it’s June doesn’t mean you have to stop snowboarding. Justin Norman knows this to be true and recently made the most out of a rainy day in Washington State’s North Cascades where he set up a unique rail feature going across Highway 542 near Mt. Baker.

A word about the video from its creators, Open Range Studios:

Post season snowboarding up at Mt. Baker Ski [Area] with Justin Norman throwing down on a rail session.  Despite the weather forecast changing to rain we still decided to make the trip and see it through. Motivation stayed high as we set up the feature for about three hours in the rain. Our hard work paid off as the rain stopped just in time for some banger shots with the drone before the light faded. After Justin lost a month of riding early season due to a serious head injury, this was some hard earned redemption to finish off the season.

Creator: Tyson Anderson.

Music: “Density Wave” by Notize, “The Bliss” by Notize, “Ride or Die” by Yarin Primak.


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