Reuben Krabbe

G3 Athlete

G3 Athletes


My first day on skis was spent primarily spent wedged between my fathers 210cm straight skis, on a rope tow bunny hill at the base of Wintergreen. A small ski hill near Calgary Alberta. I distinctly remember being both excited and apprehensive, about this mysterious uncomfortable sport. I still remember looking from the pancake flat bunny hill to the top of the 300 foot tall ‘mountain’ and promising myself:

I will never go up there.

Years later, skiing and photography continue to break perceived limits and ceilings of ability or opportunity I’ve expected to reach. From creating a single photograph that has now been viewed by millions of people, to meeting the remarkable residents of Nikolski Alaska, -a town of 18 residents at the world’s edge-, the only constant I’ve learned to expect is uncertainty, adventure, and great friendships.

Reuben's Posts

#G3POV - Lodge Life in Paradise

Reuben Krabbe got the goods at Snowfall Lodge in Revelstoke earlier this season. 


Skiing The Tusk

If you’ve never thought of skiing on Black Tusk, you aren’t alone. There’s few who can look at a vertical pile of rock as brittle as feta cheese and decide they want to go play on it. But I’m...


Fissile By Moonlight... Or Maybe Sunrise

My headlamp finds a crumpled pile of gortex laying on the side of the skin track. The skis belonging to the goretex heap are still in the track, and twitch as I get near. Then, I’m blinded by a head...


#SkiCityShootout With James & Reuben #ForTheWin

G3 ambassadors Reuben Krabbe and James McSkimming headed south to Salt Lake City last month to hunt fresh pow an ski away with another notch on their belts; a 1st place finish in the #SkiCityShootout.


Professional Ski Photographer Reuben Krabbe Joins G3

We've been having a blast introducing some fresh faces to the brand this season. Watch for them on the peaks and online, and hoepfully we'll get a chance to profile each one of them over the season. F...


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