Rain Felkl is an Alaska Native who now resides in the Wasatch Mountains of Salt Lake City, Utah. After making the move, Rain was quickly absorbed into the freedom and adventure of human-powered splitboarding. Rain is a member of the Alaska Mountain Women - an all-female group with a goal to cultivate a strong community of women dedicated to challenging and educating themselves and others about glacial ski mountaineering in remote mountains.
When she isn’t riding powder, Rain is a rock climber and cyclist, which has naturally led her eye towards more exploratory splitboard objectives. . She quickly realized there was a performance ceiling with the current splitboard boot/binding systems, which sparked an initiative to explore a more efficient system, leading her to Phantom splitboard bindings. Phantoms are the superior choice, not only for these goals, but even the simple and frequent dawn patrol missions in her backyard. Being on the front edge of technology with these new systems will lead further exploration of the Wasatch Mountains, as well as Rains hometown mountains of Juneau, Alaska. Rain is also an Ambassador for Cardiff Snowcrafts.