Rob Aseltine

Entrepreneur, Professional Skier

Hometown

Salt Lake City, UT

Current

Salt Lake City, UT

Highlights

  • I began producing short films in 2014 to share my passion for adventure and storytelling while traveling the world.
  • 2nd ever descent of longest known continuous vertical drop in North America (7,620 ft).
  • Before founding Blueberry Island in 2015, I spent two years living out of my pickup camper chasing powder and surfing southern California & Mexico in the summers.
  • In 2016, SKI magazine covered the editorial of my film "Companions" about backcountry skiing with your dogs. They titled the piece, "Powder Hounds."

Fun Fact

There is a giant photo in the Salt Lake City airport of me and my fiance on a classic hike in the Wasatch mountains. We have two black labs, Gru and Lucy, named after the Despicable Me characters.

What does “Let The Outside In” mean to you?

I tend to live by the motto "Do one thing a day that scares you." To me, this means to live with an open mind and try new things often. You become the best version of yourself through practice and understanding so let your fears go and let those new experiences in.