Freeride, All Mntn
Leif Mumma is a freeride skier from Palmer, Alaska. Since he was a year old, Leif could be found ripping his home hill of Alyeska, but now hot laps Bridger Bowl between classes at Montana State University where he is pursuing a degree in Snow Science. Leif grew up competing in junior freeride competitions that brought him all over Western North America and even Europe, where he was part of team USA at the Junior Freeride World Championships twice. In his first year competing in Freeride World Qualifier competitions last winter, he was able to snag two top 5 finishes. For this upcoming winter, Leif will continue attending class at Montana State, shredding fun lines in Freeride World Qualifier competitions, and skiing as much pow as possible.
During the summer, Leif works as a deckhand on a commercial fishing boat in Bristol Bay.
He grew up traveling around North America with his dad to compete in freeride competitions living out of their truck equipped with a small camper.