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Out of Bounds – E235 – McKenna Peterson – Big Lines and Big Fish

Joe DeBlasio January 9, 2023


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Out of Bounds – E235 – McKenna Peterson – Big Lines and Big Fish

Hello, hello, hello and welcome back to a brand-new episode of The Out Of Bounds podcast, right here on The Out of Collective Network. This week Adam welcomes the one and only McKenna Peterson on to the show. McKenna is a professional big mountain skier and commercial fisherman based in Sun Valley Idaho. Though home is a very loosely based term between summers on the boat and winters chasing storms and big lines all over the world. She sits down with Adam and they discuss the recent Sister Summit, filming with Warren Miller, her partnership with K2, life after Gaffney and more. Male or female, McKenna Peterson is a force in the mountains. She’s an absolute natural on skis and in this interview. Catch more of McKenna in this year’s Warren Miller film “Daymaker” and “Brap 2” with crazy Karl Fostvedt. Enjoy this full episode wherever you listen to your pods and watch along as well on YouTube!

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