The Adventure Project is excited to announce the addition of Jeremy Nobis to our guiding team for 2016. Jeremy is available to guide for us in Japan and India, this winter. He brings an impressive resume and plenty of guiding experience to the TAP team. He is considered to be one of the pioneers of modern, big mountain skiing and is famous for skiing massive Alaskan lines for Teton Gravity Research, Matchstick Productions and Warren Miller.
Here’s some of his best work for TGR in their movie re:evolution (caution, some coarse language) –
Nobi was also a member of the US ski team from 1987 to 1995 and skied in the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer. He was a guide in AK for several years and part-owner of the Tordrillo Mountain Lodge from 2004 to 2012. He’s traveled all over the world skiing and now he brings that experience to The Adventure Project. He’s keen to share his passion and experience with guests of The Adventure Project this season.
Jeremy will be available to guide in Japan for Session 1 (Jan 6th to Jan 20th) and Session 2 (Jan 20th to Feb 3rd) and in Gulmarg Session 2 (Feb 14th to Feb 28th) and Session 3 (Feb 28th to March 13th). His groups will fill up quickly, so please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a spot in one of his groups.