Any line you think you can ski, Logan Pehota can likely hit it with his snowmobile. A child prodigy from the high alpine of British C
Any line you think you can ski, Logan Pehota can likely hit it with his snowmobile. A child prodigy from the high alpine of British Columbia, Logan comes from a lineage of ski-stardom. The son of Eric Pehota, who can be credited with at least 40 first ski descents in the 80s and 90s, Logan has taken his family’s history in the mountains and propelled it with about 850 CCs.
From massive airs to throwing backflips—all on a sled, mind you—Pehota is leaving his own unique signature in the backcountry. In his latest project, ‘Workhorse,’ Pehota seeks out lines that not only look good for skiing but also for sledding. Going bigger, faster and harder than ever before, ‘Workhorse’ highlights Pehota’s one-of-a-kind approach to backcountry brappin’ and his effortless finesse of the 500-pound machine makes it look as though the sled is just an extension of himself.