Nitro Snowboards Crew Explores Norway’s Lofoten Islands

By on November 19, 2015 in Skateboarding, Surfing with 0 Comments

Ask any pro rider (any snowboarder at all) about what they love most about snowboarding, and there are two answers that you’ll hear time and time again. “Having fun with your friends!” they’ll tell you, like it’s the first time anyone ever thought of it. “Being in the mountains, surrounded by nature!” they’ll tell you on the chairlift, doing another lap of the snowpark.

But you know what? These answers might be clichés, but they’re true. As human beings, the needs to bond with our fellow human, connect with Mother Nature, and explore new places are as deeply ingrained in us as the need to eat, drink, breathe and laugh. So it’s no surprise that when it comes to our preferred flavour of snow porn, nothing beats a good old-fashioned travel edit. No need for triple corks or ultra slo-mo when you’ve got a crew of friends exploring one of the most beautiful places on Earth.

The Nitro Snowboards crew of Elias Elhardt, Markus Keller, Nils Arvidsson, and Knut Eliassen headed north to explore Norway’s Lofoten Islands and didn’t leave a piece of powder, pavement, and ocean un-shredded. Camping, snowboarding, skiing, hiking, surfing, and skating their way through the stunning landscape near the Arctic Circle is most certainly the trip of a lifetime.

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