Who needs a chairlift when you've got a Ford F-150 RaptorTRAX.
Ken Block's latest contribution to the internet sees the heavily modified Ford F-150 RaptorTRAX unveiled earlier this year being put through its paces on the ski slopes of Baldface Lodge in Canada.
While not skilful or carefully choreographed as his regular Gymkhana videos, its pretty impressive to watch the RaptorTRAX seemingly defy physics as it conquers the slopes.
Block describes the RaptorTRAX as the ultimate backcountry snowboard expedition vehicle, and it does a pretty good job of transporting fellow Monster Energy athletes Zak Hale and Ethan Deiss in the custom tray.
Aside from the Mattracks treads replacing the Raptor's all-terrain tyres, the RaptorTRAX has scored a bevy of expedition gear from aftermarket firm Special Vehicle Concepts, including snowboard racks, a roof basket, a rear-mounted winch, exterior audio system, Rigid Industries LED lighting, plus a driver-appropriate pseudo camouflage paintjob. The Raptor's 6.2-litre V8 has also been supercharged, and a full roll cage and Recaro seating add performance cred to the build.