yesterday at 11:00.
Three runs, two beers, a little flirting with a friendly face, and you can go home happy
What Would Skiing be without Apres Skiing? | POWDER Magazine
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yesterday at 15:27
Bruno Teixeira lembra de Ajax? 1 descida, 1 champanhezinho
yesterday at 13:35
Wouldn't it still be skiing?
yesterday at 14:17
Probably a lot busier at first chair.
yesterday at 08:00.
Where to eat, sleep, drink and ski on the cheap, in the ritzy Colorado mountain town
How to Ski Aspen On a Budget
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yesterday at 05:00.
Strafe's Basecamp Hoody will go everywhere you do, no matter the weather or season.
The Season's Best Hoody
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yesterday at 03:00.
On Wednesday, May 11, a crew of Big Sky locals headed out to the backcountry zone of Beehive Basin, and found 30-plus inches of all time fresh snow from a day and a half of storms.
All Time: Big Sky Backcountry, Montana | POWDER Magazine
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yesterday at 11:58
Lies. That was in Middle Basin.
yesterday at 04:29
yesterday at 04:35
07/19/2017 at 22:12.
If the popularity of Gaper Day is any indication, skiers are just dying to give their egos a break.
Dorky Ski Gear We Love
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07/19/2017 at 23:03
If I see you wearing Astis you're getting sprayed! Lol
Wear your helmet, my home mountain lost a legend on a regular powder because he hit his head on some rocks and wasn't wearing a helmet... Find one that fits right and wear it! The article mentions what's not cool is concussions, TBI's, and comas but you know what else is not cool, DYING because you didn't have a helmet on.
yesterday at 04:10
every day. it's only style. it's skill that matters.
yesterday at 00:15
Shane McConkey. Knew it all to well!!!
07/19/2017 at 20:07.
They ski concrete. They ski groomers. They ski dirt. Sometimes, they even ski powder.
This 'Bunch' of Swedes is Making Skiing Better
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07/19/2017 at 20:29
It seems like everyone has forgotten that sports like skiing, snowboarding and skateboarding are done purely for your own pleasure. I think there is no right way to do it.
yesterday at 02:40
Wondering if I should join the Crew in order to get my skis
07/19/2017 at 20:12
07/19/2017 at 17:43.
"There’s glamour and prestige, and lots of hugs from all those men."
What it Was Like for Women on Ski Patrol in 1976
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07/19/2017 at 23:21
I think I'm subscribing to Powder
07/19/2017 at 22:49
Eric Ludewig I think you would really enjoy reading this.
07/19/2017 at 17:53
07/19/2017 at 16:54.
No. 11—Ski patrollers like beer. Plow drivers like cookies.
Rules for Ski Town Locals
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yesterday at 05:13
spot on stuff.. #20 People!!!
yesterday at 03:21
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07/19/2017 at 14:58.
People are drawn to his humility and genuine spirit, but his skiing is uncanny.
The Adaptive Ski Coach Born to Spread the Stoke
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07/19/2017 at 23:46
He's a rad human should you be so lucky to meet him. Very happy to hear everyone else likes him too. I got to meet him at Powderhorn Resort in Mesa, Colorado. Here's to a lifetime of success!
yesterday at 04:29
yesterday at 05:26
Rhys Woodduck Wood
07/19/2017 at 08:00.
Named after a cat-eating Swiss hermit, Schweitzer Ski Resort, located 20 minutes away from Sandpoint, Idaho, population 7,500, is known for snow ghosts and unskied terrain.
You Can Always Find Untracked Snow at Schweitzer
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07/19/2017 at 11:06
If you like "rain on snow" this is the place for you.
The snow there is generally crap. The summit's altitude might have been sufficient for a ski resort's base altitude. Alas, add another 3000ft altitude to the base, and the place might be skiable more than a month a year.
07/19/2017 at 18:50
I have to think if you think Schweitzer is "Rain on Snow" you're at the wrong resort or driving folks away. I grew up in skiing on Schweitzer and escape there whenever I can. Now the old "Jackass Butte"...that one gets a lot of rain in the newer portion down low and suffers some lake effect from Coeur d' Alene. I love to spread those mountains around...yeah I guess I should say Shhhhh...but Idahoans need to know Idaho. ;-)
yesterday at 01:11
Why bother? If you're going that far out of your way you might as well keep on going and hit any of the resorts north of the border, or go to WA or Bozeman, at least they have elevation and can ski past mid-February without half the days being 1 inch rain crust ☔
07/19/2017 at 05:00.
How to optimize your BC rig and save money.
Gear Hack Your Backcountry Setup | POWDER Magazine
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07/19/2017 at 03:00.
How Elizabeth Miller made skiing part of motherhood
Raising a Ripper
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07/19/2017 at 02:02.
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07/19/2017 at 03:05
07/18/2017 at 22:00.
In Maine, the untracked is just a few tight turns in thick undergrowth away.
Like Most of Maine, Sugarloaf is Not for the Meek
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07/18/2017 at 23:48
For all of those Camp Dennis junkies. Any of us could have told this story.
07/18/2017 at 22:02
Miss you, Judson's.
07/18/2017 at 21:05.
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07/19/2017 at 03:07
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07/18/2017 at 20:01.
Mad River Glen is cooperatively owned and the only ski area in the country that's on the National Register of Historic Places. The terrain is pretty good, too.
How to Ski Vermont's Mad River Valley
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07/18/2017 at 22:54
Ahh yes, they used to be stashes now they are bombed out by every person on the hill. Used to hitch from the road back, last time I ran it the bus that held 50 was at capacity with about 20 people left to wait for the next one. I know things change but damn, maybe we leave some things up for discovery.
07/18/2017 at 19:36.
A skiing revolution is brewing in China.
How Skiing Is Changing China
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07/18/2017 at 18:21.
In just 70 years, the ski season will be markedly shorter, no matter what happens in the near future.
Climate Study Suggests Skiing Is On a Short Leash
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07/18/2017 at 16:54.
The attraction between us is much deeper than just good looks.
Happy Anniversary to My Water Bottle and Me
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07/18/2017 at 18:52
Haha hilarious but so true! I lost one in a taxi in Spain a couple years back and nobody understood why I was so bummed about a water bottle! Still going strong with the replacement though!
07/18/2017 at 19:23
I have a 23 year relationship with my ski poles. We've been through so much together!
07/18/2017 at 17:36
Someone needs more friends if they celebrate a water bottles anniversary
07/18/2017 at 11:00.
If you venture into the Sawtooths, there are still unnamed climbing and ski lines on offer behind every pointed summit.
Soak Up the Sawtooths | POWDER Magazine
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