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Passion for Snow DVD

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What do Daniel Webster, Dr. Seuss, C. Everett Koop, Robert Frost and

100+ Winter Olympians have in common? They all spent time at Dartmouth College,

Hanover, NH where winters are long and snowy.

Passion for Snow traces over 100 years of ski history in the United States with a focus on

the many contributions of Dartmouth College and its alumni to the formation, growth and ongoing

innovations in all aspects of snowsports . Passion for Snow combines firsthand accounts from

early ski pioneers, veterans of the 10th Mountain Division, Ski Hall

of Fame and top ski industry and resort executives, who explain how the most remotely located

college in the Ivy League helped spawn a $25 billion industry, and continues to shape it today.

See original and vintage footage, much of it made pubic for the first time.

Watch the first-ever alpine races in the United States.

Witness the skiing troops defeat the Nazis at Riva Ridge during World War II – without

bullets in their guns!

Ride the earliest rope tow, J-bar and chairlift in the United States.

Crash off the ski jump during Dartmouth Winter Carnival.

Make the first skiing descent of the Grand Teton with the Father of Extreme Skiing, Bill


Schuss with Olympian Ralph Miller, the first person to pass 100 miles per hour on skis.

Win a World Cup mogul competition with Olympic gold medalist Hannah Kearney.

Take a wild ride with the Grinch down from his snowy mountaintop lair!

Feel the passion for snow that has influenced generations of Dartmouth skiers.

This DVD contains the original film (62 minutes) as seen at various mountain

film festivals, in theaters and on television, plus 30 minutes of bonus

interviews, new and historic footage, and appendices listing the hundreds of

Dartmouth skiers and their many achievements.

The 10th Mountain Division, Olympians, members of the U.S. Ski Hall

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