Grete Eliassen
Grete Eliassen is a six time X Games medalist, four time US Open Champion, two time Powder Magazine’s Best Female of the Year, ESPN’s Best Female in Action Sports, Red Bull Cold Rush Champion, and world record holder. She currently lives right next to Solitude in Brighton, Utah. Her favorite thing about Solitude is the terrain, snow, and accessibility to the rest of the Wasatch Mountain Range.

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What movie title best describes your life?
Mama Mia or the Sound of Music.I wish I lived in a musical.

What fictional place would you most like to go?
Whoville, I would love to ski in those trees.

What’s the best way to start the day?
Breakfast!
James Fleege
From the flat lands of Chicago to Montana to SLC, James is a man of the mountains who's always pushing peaks in business and adventure. You can see him in movies like Cloud 9, Wind River, and more. He loves spending his winters at Solitude because he appreciates the vibes, community, and terrain.

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What’s something you like to do the old-fashioned way?
Take notes by paper and pen.

What song is in your earbuds on a pow day?
Blink 182 and Rusted Root - "Ecstasy."

Words to live by?
You don't know until you try.
Whitney Gardner
Whitney is an American World Cup skicross athlete and outdoor enthusiast from Lake Tahoe, Nevada. Aside from ski racing, Whitney spends her time traveling and teaching yoga. She is a student at the University of Utah and spends as much time as possible in the outdoors backcountry skiing, rock climbing, biking, hiking, and exploring. She loves skiing at Solitude because of the community.

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What makes you unique?
Isn’t everyone unique? I’m unique because I’m the only ME!

What’s the best way to start the day?
Gratitude meditation.

What song is in your earbuds on a pow day?
No music can replace the sounds of the wild. Natural sounds are the best way to bring me into the present moment. Being present is the most empowering part of being in the outdoors and pushing your limits.
Logan Gill
Logan moved from Afton, Minnesota to pursue business and outdoor recreation in Salt Lake City. His favorite trees to climb are aspen and beech, and the short lift lines and great terrain are what draws him to Solitude.


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What amazing thing did you do that no one was around to see?
Canyoneering Winter Warmer Canyon with a 170 ft. mostly free-hanging rappel into a narrow slot canyon.

If you could turn any non-snow activity into an Olympic sport, what would you have a good chance at winning?
Parkour

What’s the best way to start the day?
Stretching while the water warms up for your carefully brewed coffee.
Blake Hamm
Blake was raised near Seattle, Washington and made the move to Salt Lake City, Utah six years ago to pursue a college education and snowboarding. Since graduating from Westminster College, he has created a freelance business that maximizes his free time and allows him to fully indulge in his snowboard passion. Blake was the 2017 North American freeride champion and placed third overall on the Freeride World Tour in 2018/19. He continues on the tour this year, training and riding at Solitude, where he enjoys short hikes to steep, untracked areas unmatched in the Wasatch.

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What movie title best describes your life?
I would have to say The Pursuit of Happiness. I don't think the plot line describes my life, but the title alone describes what I'm constantly striving for.

What could you give a 40-minute presentation on with no preparation?
Economics.

What would you rate 10/10?
Fantasy Ridge (;

Harrison Holley
A Park City, Utah native, Harrison Hogan Holley enjoys Solitude because of the laid-back feel, great snow, friendly staff, challenging terrain, minimal crowds, and the Thirsty Squirrel.

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Words to live by?
Send it before you send it.

What could you give a 40-minute presentation on with no preparation?
How to fail at giving a presentation.

What’s the dumbest thing you’ve done that actually turned out pretty well?
I lost a bet requiring me to eat only bean and cheese burritos for two weeks straight. Sounds dumb, but I look at it now as more of a cleanse. I lost 5 pounds and made some new friends at the local Mexican restaurant.
Devin Logan
Devin Logan is a multiple X Games medalist, two-time Olympian (Slopestyle & Halfpipe), and Olympic silver medalist. Originally from Vermont, she now calls Utah home and is expanding her specialties to include big mountain and backcountry. Balancing her time on the mountain, Devin is working hard to complete her degree.

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What fictional place would you most like to go?
Candy Land.

What’s something you like to do the old-fashioned way?
I like to listen to records.

What TV channel doesn’t exist but really should?
High altitude baking.
Andrew Muse
Andrew learned to snowboard at a small hill in Bradford, Massachusetts through a discounted and after-school program. This ignited the biggest passion of his life. Since then, he has based his entire life around being in the mountains. His favorite thing about Solitude is the access to technical terrain.

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What would you rate 10/10?
Bluebird bottomless powder days.

Words to live by?
Work hard because nothing in life is free, be kind to one another because you never know what other people are going through, and life is full of challenges and it’s critical to learn from them.

What could you give a 40-minute presentation on with no preparation?
The hard work that goes into pursuing what makes you happy.
Tyler Peterson
From Sandy, Utah, Tyler has been on skis since he was three. He's a former Dew Tour park and pipe athlete, powder snow fanatic, and lover of the Wasatch Mountains and surrounding areas.

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What fictional place would you most like to go?
The Star Trek universe or Richard Scarry’s Busytown.

What’s something you like to do the old-fashioned way?
Sit around a campfire.

What TV channel doesn’t exist but really should?
The original MTV.
Patrick Spence
Originally from Allentown, Pennsylvania, Patrick relocated to Salt Lake City and has been skiing the Wasatch for the last ten years. He loves everything about Big Cottonwood Canyon and now calls it home.

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What’s something you like to do the old-fashioned way?
Paying my bills.

If you could turn any non-snow activity into an Olympic sport, what would you have a good chance at winning?
Bocce ball.

What song is in your earbuds on a pow day?
Anything by LCD Soundsystem.
Shannan Yates
A Utah local, snowboarder, and ER/ICU nurse, Shannan loves adventuring outside in the Wasatch Mountains with her husband and dog Lana! Adventures on her snowboard have taken her to many awe-inspiring places, and she has had the privilege to meet many amazing people along the way. Her dedication to snowboarding has placed her at the highest levels of the podium with the upper echelon of elite athletes we all admire, earning her the title of world champion. She loves Solitude because of its hidden terrain and many secret powder stashes.

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What’s the best way to start the day?
Snuggles with Lana my dog, a hot cup of tea with milk and honey, and a good stretch.

What fictional place would you most like to go?
Letterkenny, Canada

What would you rate 10/10?
Solitude on a pow day! Hiking Fantasy Ridge! Camping in the Uintas with Ryan and Lana.