While big terrain freeride skills aren't what landed Bjorn Leines a coveted spot on the legendary Forum 8, they are what set him apart from the others. We were in Logan, Utah on snowmobiles at a well traveled-spot. The objective here is always shaping and hitting cheese wedges, but every visit here begins with a session on some nature terrain that surrounds the lake at the base of where the climb to the steep terrain begins. Even the kicker ninjas, who weren't so much interested in this kind of terrain, couldn't resist a stab or two on some lines, or hitting a cliff that looked great from the bottom but ended up being way too-big-to-flat. Let's just say there weren't too many "keepers" from this highly photographic zone with perfect early morning light. That was of course unless I was with Bjorn, who always delivered, but often at the cost of making you really uncomfortable for his safety in the process. Of course there was never a reason to doubt. This was my favorite photo from these early sessions and just really captures all of the factors he would casually navigate before 7am.