A Volcom Takeover of Baldface with Jamie Lynn, Bryan Iguchi, and More

Designing performance outerwear that will hold up in the burliest of conditions requires extensive research and development, and there is no better place to work out the kinks of a new line than by testing it at Baldface Lodge in Nelson, British Columbia. Tag along with the Volcom Team as they take advantage of “some of the best snowboarding” one can find.

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If there is one trip that you want to be on during the winter, it’s the Baldface trip. Every year revolving members of our Volcom Snow program make a pilgrimage up the interior British Columbia highway to one of Canada’s favorite powder country getaways near Nelson, BC to the one and only Baldface Lodge. Baldface is a cat-boarding operation nestled high in the Kootney Mountains known for its endless perfect snowboard terrain and bottomless pow.

From high open alpine faces to pillow stacks and dense tree runs, the snow conditions and backcountry terrain all in a day’s riding at Baldface will push any rider’s skill level to the limit. The long hours of rigorous snow safety work and avalanche control the guides go through day-in and day-out to keep everyone safe make it the perfect place to test our outerwear. That is why we have partnered with Baldface and their expert guiding staff to make the Lodge ground zero and home base for our Guide Proven Technology (GPT) Volcom Outerwear line.

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