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Veronica Paulsen conquers Corbet's Couloir Three attempts over three years—that’s what it took Jackson Hole-based skier Veronica Paulsen to conquer her backflip into the infamous Corbet’s Couloir.
Full Movie: Verbier Xtreme 2004 Full Movie: Verbier Xtreme 2004.
Vail Resorts Donates 4,500lbs of Perishables To Colorado Employees & Food Banks We are very grateful for the timely response and humanitarian support from Vail Resorts." These donations are in line with the company's EpicPromise platform, which invests in the sustainability of our mountain communities, supports employees through the EpicPromise Employee Foundation, and preserves the environment by reaching a zero net...
The Sun Has Set: Norway's National Cross-Country Team Experiences Deep Financial Cuts On Tuesday morning, the Norwegian Ski Federation and announced a new sponsorship agreement, set to begin on 1 May. Sparebank will remain the federation's title sponsor for 10 million kroner, approximately US $950,000. It's a two-year agreement with an option for a three-year extension.
Ski Maker Expands Protective Face Shield Sales To The Public We wrote about how Shaggy's Copper Country Skis based in Michigan started manufacturing protective face shields for healthcare workers. Now the ski manufacturer has doubled-down, and is offering to sell the face shields to the general public. You can follow this hyperlink to purchase a mask if you are in need.
FIVE THINGS: These coffee table books featuring Alta Ski Area will keep your powder dreams alive FIVE THINGS is your source for quick-hitting content—easy-to-digest tidbits meant to keep your mind focused, you skiing obsession sated and your stoke high. Alta Ski Area is a place of folklore in the skiing community.
Cyclist narrowly misses oncoming train Cyclist ignored the barriers at a rail crossing and nearly pays the price.
Harvey's 2020 Season Wrap As is my way, I turned my birthday into a big production, stretching it out for a week. On the Sunday prior, Scott and I ran up to Gore for a day of low-tide tree skiing that had no business being that good.
This Ski Bladezzz double backflip is the stuff of lore Lighten your load, increase your spin factor. The J Skis Ski Bladezzz are the ultimate companion for spring laps at your local ski hill. Here, J Skis athlete Justin “Juice” Kennedy stomps a double backflip donning a pair of short sticks from the Burlington-based ski company.
Wild Footage of Police Shooting at Surfer Who Ignored Lockdown in Costa Rica Crazy footage out of Costa Rica of surfer Salmon Boy was shot at by police for surfing during a COVID-19 lockdown. How’s the cops shooting at Salmon Boy @simonrex415 coming in from a shred. this…
J Skis athlete Derek Simpson rocks Colorado, Utah parks in all-new season edit J Skis athlete Derek Simpson season park edit from his first year on the ultra-buttery, frisky Allplay ski. Derek is a butter master with techy rail tricks that are sure to bust your brain. Simpson skied more than 70 days in parks all over Utah and Colorado rocking the Allplay—and is still on his first.
Breckenridge Moose Euthanized After Stomping Local Woman Breckenridge Moose Euthanized After Stomping Local Woman.
Exploring the Selkirk Mountains with Eric Hjorleifson Led by big-mountain guides Christina “Lusti” Lustenberger and Mark Herbison, 4FRNT athlete Eric Hjorliefson navigates deep into the Selkirk Mountains of British Columbia. Narrow ridgelines, mandatory rappels, slough management and pillow poppers to top it all off—experience a day in the mountains from Hoji’s perspective.
WATCH: 'Waking Dream' Amongst the idyllic dreamscape of Chamonix, two men take mountaineering to a new level as they attempt a first descent.
The Devon Kershaw Show: Out of Quarantine and a Dive into the News Cycle Kershaw is free from quarantine and back at home in Lillehammer. As we all know, the race season has been shut down. That means it's time to discuss news items of note.
Burton Snowboard Team Message: STAY HOME We will be back outdoors soon enough." Quick word of encouragement to do your part to flatten the curve and shelter in place from the Burton snowboard team. Lots of great suggestions from some of the world's best riders:.
Tuckerman Ravine Essentially Closed After 400 People Show Up In Single Day Chris Sununu, closures have put in place to discourage backcountry access. To address the inevitable crowds flowing into the popular Tuckerman Ravine area, the Cutler River Drainage Area - including the section extending from Lunch Rocks to the top of the Headwall, where it meets the Alpine Garden Trail - has been closed.
VOTE NOW: X Games Real Snow 2020 "X Games Real Snow 2020 videos dropped on March 30. Invited athletes include Jesse Augustinus, Zak Hale, Craig McMorris, Rene Rinnekangas and Mark Wilson." Okay, get out a scratch pad, sharpen your pencil, and do your part to judge who has the best snowboarding part for X Game Real Snow 2020.
National Brotherhood of Skiers' Ski Summit Hit Hard By Coronavirus Outbreak This year's National Brotherhood of Skiers' ski summit at Sun Valley, Idaho was raddled by a Coronavirus outbreak. Since the event, several of the 600 attendees have tested positive for the coronavirus and many more are showing symptoms, according to nbcnews.com.
Telluride To Offer Free COVID-19 Testing For All Residents It is being reported that the town of Telluride will offer free COVID-19 testing to all 8,000 of its residents, making it the first town/city in the United States to offer full-scale testing to prevent the spread.
FIVE THINGS: Keep the ski industry thriving with these easy ways to give back FIVE THINGS is your source for quick-hitting content—easy-to-digest tidbits meant to keep your mind focused, you skiing obsession sated and your stoke high. It’s without surprise that the outdoor industry has been hit hard by the omnipresent coronavirus.
Vail Resorts CEO Donates $2.5 Million To Help Employees & Communities During Outbreak Vail Resort's CEO, Rob Katz, has announced that he and his wife Elana Amsterdam, have made donations of more than $2.5 million to provide immediate support for both Vail Resorts employees and the mountain towns where the Company operates.
Goggles for Doctors Fighting COVID 19 Want to help healthcare workers battling COVID 19? Donate new or used goggles to protect their eyes. It's one way skiers can help frontline healthcare workers.
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