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Authored by TetonGravity on Thursday, April 17, 2014 - 12:08

For nearly two decades, Jeremy Jones has traveled to Alaska in the spring to explore new zones. During these trips—which often require being dropped in remote areas by a bush plane—space comes at a premium. Consequently, Jeremy and Teton Gravity Research must carefully calculate the resources needed to support and film their expeditions. When selecting team members, they look for people who are...
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Authored by jsimms on Wednesday, April 16, 2014 - 16:35

A few of us in the Golden area have thought about this ski line for a long time. It’s the glacier you look up at as you drive the TransCanada East of Field. Another straightforward ski descent from Chris Brazeau and Jonny Simms......yeesh. -April 14th, 2014
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Authored by swissiphic on Saturday, April 12, 2014 - 12:26

Oh Yeah!  Footage is from a while ago but it's good to relive the bottomless pow stoke.  No time to edit and upload while the skiing was 'on'.  Didn't upload the highest quality video so watching full screen blurrs the detail...kinda better quality watching it in the less than full screen window option.  
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Authored by mikeynix on Monday, April 14, 2014 - 13:24

“So many buttons,” says our pilot Richard, from Bella Coola Helisports, shaking his head in half-joking confusion before lifting us off the ground in 65kph winds. We laugh nervously. But really, especially through his French-Canadian accent, it’s the funniest thing I’ve ever heard a heli-pilot say. “No seriously,” he adds. “So many screens these days,” he says, gesturing towards the digital read...
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Authored by Lettusbee on Monday, April 14, 2014 - 13:13

After unseasonably warm weather in 2013 forced the race to start from a cat track below the headwall, the forecast in Fernie, BC cooperated just enough this year to allow for the main event to drop off the top. The 2014 format included 5, 4-man heats where the top 2 from each heat advanced to the final.
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Authored by Kristopher Cormier on Friday, April 11, 2014 - 18:30

It wasn't snowing in Whistler. So I went to Indo with Dom Melanson and Brett Crabtree. We trashed some scooters, attended illegal cockfights, buffalo races, stick fights, surfed a bunch and checked out some orangutangs. Viewer discetion is advised !    
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Episode 21 – Austin Ross - Low Pressure Podcast
Authored by Warner on Friday, April 11, 2014 - 12:08

  Austin Ross personifies the true spirit of life in the mountains.  He’s grounded and in tune with his environment but isn’t complacent as he’s always interested to explore new experiences and ideas.  Here he shares with us some of those interests like his love of music, travel, imagery and adventure.  Get to know Austin Ross. Enjoy!
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Authored by Biglines on Friday, April 11, 2014 - 10:35

Gigantic avalanche, triggered by explosives, comes down above a mine in Norway. 
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Authored by Biglines on Thursday, April 10, 2014 - 09:50

Fabian Lentsch recently stormed into the spotlight with his winning FWQ run from Obergurgl. He's a young buck--21 years old--from Tirol, Austria with a solid ski mountaineering background and a take-no-prisoners approach to big mountain terrain. (Exhibit A: So yeah, Lentsch is what the future of big mountian skiing...
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Authored by Bonzo on Tuesday, April 8, 2014 - 12:34

Just back from a heli ski trip at CMH Gothics
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Authored by Biglines on Tuesday, April 8, 2014 - 16:12

"The SWATCH FREERIDE WORLD TOUR BY THE NORTH FACE® (FWT) is entering a new exciting phase in 2015, with a comprehensive calendar including two great new venues officially announced. The tour will consist of five venues in total for the men and four venues for the women. The Pyrenean resort of Vallnord Arcalis, in Andorra, will host both men and women skiers and snowboarders, and the notorious...
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Authored by Peakz on Monday, April 7, 2014 - 19:38

Monster Energy’s Enemy Lines competition went down in near-flawless style from the top of the Lizzard Headwall in Fernie, BC this past weekend. And Stan Rey proved to all that he’s the best skier on the mountain.........barely. After the weather mishaps of last year, which forced the competition to be degraded to a lesser slope, there was a lot of pent up anticipation this year about what a comp...
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