Current Transportation: 2007 Yamaha Serow 225
Core Activities: Snowboarding, splitboarding, rock climbing, backpacking
Non-Core Activities: Fly fishing, mountain biking, outdoor photography, skateboarding
Favorite Places: The whole state of Alaska, the Wasatch Range, The Provo River
My Jam Is: Grateful Dead with my pops by the campfire!
I Eat Lots Of: Kate's Tiki Bar
Fun Fact: You don’t need much more than a 112-square-foot house to live a happy life.
Born and raised in Connecticut, the icy slopes of the East Coast gave Neil his first taste of Snowboarding. When his family migrated west to Utah, he began to see the potential the mountains had to offer beyond ski resort boundaries and beyond his freestyle background. Ever since cutting his first board in half to make a splitboard, Neil has been a strong advocate for backcountry enjoyment. With his passion for photography, he is able to motivate and inspire the outdoor community through the lens of his camera.
To me there’s nothing worse than being cold while out touring. I get hot when I hike and cold when I stop. This puffy is wildly warm, and packs so small and light I never notice it’s there.
This is the most bomber shell I’ve ever owned. For everything from heavy snowstorms to long hikes on a cold sunny day, this thing performs beyond what I used to expect from a jacket.
Photos: No Utah Pow? Head To The Great White North
Nevermind the slow start to snow season, Neil and Ian Provo packed up and went north. [Read More]
Mind-blowing Alaskan Roadside Runs
No heli? No problem. The Provo brothers find sick lines within walking distance. [Read More]
Inside Powderwhore’s New Film, ‘Elevation’
Go behind the scenes with Neil Provo. [Read More]