Snowboarder Mark Landvik drops into the course on a slope at Baldface Lodge earlier this month during the Red Bull Supernatural event.

Latest Supernatural video released

Nelson gets more play this time around as stunning images to be found on the web.

Red Bull and NBC Sports have released the latest video teaser from the Supernatural event that was held at Baldface Lodge earlier this month.

The video can be found at and features four-plus minutes of the highlights and interviews from the event that brought 18 of the world’s best snowboarders together at Baldface Lodge just north of Nelson.

Hosted by snowboarding superstar Travis Rice, the event matched the athletes on a custom-designed mountain slope with the goal of crowning the best in the world.

The latest video shows scenes from the actual city of Nelson this time around as the snowboarders prepare to helicopter into the catski lodge.

Local production house Freeride Entertainment had a major hand in the planning, footage and editing of the incredible images in the video.

The Red Bull Supernatural will be featured on NBC on March 31.


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