It’s Family Time captures skiing as the common thread that brings families together. It’s a lens into the ups, downs, and inspiring moments families create in the mountains. From first days on skis to unforgettable powder turns, skiing transcends generations and ties families together in an extraordinary way.
Former volunteer ski patrollers, Deb and Tom Lanning, didn’t give up the mountain lifestyle when they had kids. Instead, they taught their children the freedom of skiing when they strapped them to their backs or guided them down the mountain between their legs. Now the Lannings have grandchildren and the three generations share a powerful legacy as they explore the mountains together. From the struggles of teaching kids and grandkids to ski to unforgettable bluebird days together, the Lannings are defined by the mountain lifestyle.+ FOR BEHIND THE SCENES & FULL STORY CLICK HERE
15 year-old Stefano Pizzato spends most days with his teammates and coaches, training as an elite ski racer.
Being a mom is one of the greatest gifts in the world and also one of the hardest jobs.
Former volunteer ski patrollers, Deb and Tom Lanning, didn’t give up the mountain lifestyle when they had kids.
This is the story of a real working class family who overcomes socioeconomic barriers in a mountain town to discover the joy of skiing and become a part of their community.
Eleven-year old Jana Häusl was raised by some pretty impressive parents.