Eddie Bauer First Ascent skier Lynsey Dyer has put down an impressive line list in feature ski films for more than a decade. Yet Dyer also has a super creative side, snapping images for National Geographic, spearheading her SheJumps philanthropy organization and kicking off the Pretty Faces film project last winter. But her latest footage from 13,000 feet in the Chilean Andes in GoPro’s new Adventure Series edit fuses all those passions—capturing epic images and relentlessly shredding heli pow with a serious crew of snow industry heavyweights.
“It was pretty much the best trip I’ve ever been on,” summarizes Dyer, who has filmed in epic locations around the glove from Alaska, Argentina and her home turf of Jackson Hole to the remote mountains of Kashmir. “You put your time in enough and these places, that a lot of people think are so dangerous, become comfortable,” Dyer says in the segment.
We’re extremely proud to see Dyer living her dreams and making it big yet maintaining both a creative eye and a sense of humility. “Honestly I don’t know how my dreams became reality,” Dyer says in the segment. “I think I did something really cool in the last life to get to deserve this.”
We’ll be running an interview download from Dyer’s Chilean experience next week on the Live Your Adventure blog, but for now, watch as she links up with Travis Rice, John Jackson and Chris Davenport in this epic edit from winter in the Southern Hemisphere. —LYA Editor
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