The First Day of Summer

STORY BY Emmanuelle Châtel 5th October 2017

The First Day of Summer, a film made by Zak Emerson, Pete Coombs and Jake Armstrong is the first in a trilogy of films exploring the personal and group rationalities of placing oneself at risk, while seeking adventure through the isolation of splitboarding expeditions. Shot in Iceland ‘The First Day of Summer’ is Pete Coombs personal reasoning, while our second film (soon to be released) shot in the Lofoton Islands of Norway, explores the camaraderie of group adventure.

The last in the trilogy, ‘A Winter’s Tale’ is of a tented splitboarding expedition to British Colombia’s far north, which was curtailed by the aggressive entrance of a grizzly bear, hence the clubs name.

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