Andrew Burns came back from Japan around the time the TURN & BURN crew began filming for the second episode of their second season. With incessant puking of snow piling foot after foot in the Northwest, the Whistler-based crew decided to explore the zones out their backdoor and up the road in Pemberton — their natural habitat.

wiley cab 9- t&b-instaWiley, Cab 9. | Photo: Dave Craig

What resulted is four minutes of solid riding in deep conditions. It’s the type that makes you want to walk away from whatever chair you’re currently sitting in and get to whichever mountain is currently getting dumped on. And on that note, we’re out.

beau-bishop-snowboard-pillowsBeau, pillow-popping. | Photo: Dave Craig

Watch also: TURN & BURN — Season Two, Part One: Snowpocalypse