Forums Splitboard Talk Forum Treepilot Gone…but not forgotten
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  • #675371
    IrishGav
    254 Posts

    Very sad news,a hugely inspiring man,RIP Wade and condolences to your family

    #675372
    D-GREEN
    336 Posts

    Wade, you will be missed. I am truly bummed to never have laid down a track with you, up or down. My heart felt condolences to your family and the community around you. Until we eat powder together in heaven, RIP.

    Unbelievable :nononno:

    #675373
    802smuggler
    369 Posts

    There are some great pictures in this thread of an obviously awesome man. I feel inspired by the love you all share. Vibes to everyone.

    #675374
    C balke
    74 Posts

    Terrible to hear this. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends.

    #675375
    Shift
    95 Posts

    I used to read Wade’s blog every day while I was saving to get my first split. The old posts and the new, again and again. Finally meeting him at the Canuck splitfest a few years ago he turned out to be one of the nicest guys around. A guy who put in the big days in the mountains and had an ego that was non-existant. A true lover of the outdoors, the more you found out about him, the more you wanted to know him and the more you respected what he did. For the city, for the skate community, for the split community and for the avalanche association with the awareness he promoted. What a loss for the Canadian community and the splitboard community in general.

    My thoughts are with his family in this unimaginable time.

    – Cameron

    #675376
    karkis
    270 Posts

    @treepilot wrote:

    So, let’s skip the narrative on this event wrap up and focus on what really matters. We play in the mountains because we enjoy it. We give back because it feels good, and we seek the company of other like minded individuals because, well, mostly because breaking trail is really, really hard work when it snows a lot. There are no greater friendships than those forged on a skin track.

    Thank you.

    Thank YOU Wade. You’re a good man and we’ll miss you.
    Love and Strength to your family

    never summer snowboards
    phantom splitboard bindings
    dynafit touring
    atomic boots

    #675377
    TEX
    2486 Posts

    Man, this really sucks. As said above Wade was a guy who cared about His community both in the mountains and His home. Sorry for His Children and family left behind, but He was a great individual who lived life to the fullest but always seemed to have time for any question I sent Him and always put stoke on this board with His multiple tree laps making me drool with envy. Im glad I had the pleasure of Meeting you Wade.

    RIp ON

    #675378
    singlewhitecaveman
    242 Posts

    This is terrible news. I only met Wade a few times but I was always jealous how much energy and commitment he brought with him. My deepest condolences go out to Wade’s family and friends.

    #675379
    summersgone
    820 Posts

    I read Wade’s blog, and was always stoked to see a TreePilot trip report. He always got the stoke up, and you could tell he had a great attitude. He did a lot for splitboarding, and CAC through Canuck Splitfest. I’m sad I didn’t get to go up there and meet him in person. He inspired a lot of us, and he will be missed. Thanks Treepilot, and Rest in Peace.

    #675380
    Killclimbz
    1165 Posts

    Just stunned. This has been a horrible stretch since February 8th. We have lost 11 quality souls in 10 days. 😥 Needless to say this is a highly unusual winter going on. Stick to your safe lines for awhile at least please. There are a lot of people on this forum I would love to get out with at some point. Stick around so I can ride with you.

    RIP Treepilot. +++vibes to your friends and family.

    #675381
    shredgnar
    643 Posts

    RIP fellow shredder. Sad to hear.

    This season is turning out to be pretty bad. Kind glad I’m working my ass off and have a bad back so I can’t get out right now. Weird.

    #675382
    sauerboarder
    26 Posts

    @Shift wrote:

    I used to read Wade’s blog every day while I was saving to get my first split. The old posts and the new, again and again. Finally meeting him at the Canuck splitfest a few years ago he turned out to be one of the nicest guys around. A guy who put in the big days in the mountains and had an ego that was non-existant. A true lover of the outdoors, the more you found out about him, the more you wanted to know him and the more you respected what he did. For the city, for the skate community, for the split community and for the avalanche association with the awareness he promoted. What a loss for the Canadian community and the splitboard community in general.

    Agreed, Cam. I used to read Wade’s blog religiously, and it was an endless source of inspiration and stoke. I may not have known him very well, but through his efforts on the Canuck Splitfest, I met nearly all my splitboarding partners. Wade made the world of splitboarding and the backcountry a better place, and along with Splitboard.com, was one of the first to introduce a real sense of community to splitboarding.

    RIP Wade, my thoughts are with your family.

    #675383
    Jefe009
    675 Posts

    Really sad, RIP Wade. Everyone be safe out there, please!

    www.splitlife.net

    #675384
    PedroDelfuego
    758 Posts

    Terrible. Wade was a cool guy, I only met him once but he will be remembered by me. RIP

    #675385
    dln
    146 Posts

    Fuck …. had the pleasure of touring with him at the last scrubfest … bumming.

    #675386
    UTAH
    830 Posts

    Very sad news, thoughts are with his family, wife and kids.

    #675387
    schwalbster
    321 Posts

    Terrible news! RIP Treepilot. My condolences to his family and friends!

    After much research, experimentation and consideration, I have decided adulthood is not for me. Thank you for the opportunity.

    #675388
    bcrider
    4150 Posts

    Man this is tough.

    As someone said earlier Wade was a pillar in the split community. He’ll be greatly missed by many.

    RIP treepilot

    #675389
    powderjunkie
    1669 Posts

    RIP Wade.

    our online community brings a lot of us together, then it hurts even more when tragedies happen.

    I never met Wade but could tell from his posts and TR’s that he was the real deal and passionate about splitboarding.

    Now go break some bindings for us in the mountains in the sky Treepilot.

    #675390
    Snurfer
    1448 Posts

    Condolences and positive vibes to friends and family, RIP Wade.

    Shark Snowsurf Chuna
    Voile V-Tail 170 BC
    Voile One Ninety Five
    Spark R&D Arc

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