Swiss Skier Sarah Hoefflin Stars in Clever ‘Street Skiing’ Short

What’s the best part about living in a small ski town in the Swiss Alps? You can ski to dinner. Sarah Hoefflin shows us how in epic style.

Moitié-moitié, meaning “half-and-half,” is the name of the traditional Swiss fondue awaiting freestyle skier Sarah Hoefflin after a long day of “street skiing.”

In this film, inspired by J.P. Auclair’s street segment in “All.I.Can.,” Hoefflin skirts around town. She descends through alleyways, down staircases, over rooftops, and under trains before skiing over to her final destination — dinner.

Will she make it from the slopes to the lodge before her fondue spoils? Watch to find out.

Runtime: 3 minutes

Filmed on location in Leysin, Switzerland.

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Mary Murphy is the Managing Editor of GearJunkie and serves as the leader of Lola Digital Media’s DEI Committee.

She has been writing about hiking, running, climbing, camping, skiing, and more for seven years, and has been on staff at GearJunkie since 2019. Prior to that, Mary wrote for 5280 Magazine in Denver while working as an outdoor instructor teaching climbing, kayaking, paddleboarding, and mountain biking at Avid4Adventure. Based in Denver, Colorado, Murphy is an avid hiker, runner, backpacker, skier, yogi, and pack-paddleboarder.

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