Subaru Freeride Series Results
Locals dominate Crested Butte stop of FWT qualifier
There’s a reason Crested Butte’s Big Hourglass is a permanently closed zone within the ski area. It’s as steep as 50 degrees and is littered with pillows, 60-foot cliffs, and trees. There is not a straightforward way down. Skiing from the top to the bottom is a great success in itself. On Saturday, conditions lined up to open the venue for this 4-star Freeride World Tour qualifier for the first time since 2009.
Superstitions run deep for skiers in Sochi
Sometimes all the skill and preparation in the world can get trumped by Lady Luck. To keep karma on their side as much as possible in Sochi, the following are a few rituals our athletes perform before hitting the slopes.
Next Stop on the FWT is Snowbird
With another drought year and low snow conditions, FWT Organizers moved fourth stop from Kirkwood to Snowbird
Even though the last storm brought 80 inches of snow to Kirkwood Mountain Resort in Lake Tahoe, California, salvaging what may be one of the worst drought seasons in recent history, the Freeride World Tour announced today that it would relocate its fourth stop from Kirkwood to Snowbird, Utah.
Week In Review: Gus Kenworthy Has Valentines Day On Lock
The Americans swept men's slopestyle, the latest street skiing from Quebec, s*$t f@#k skiing fails, and someone else is pissed at Vail
The Americans swept men’s slopestyle, the latest street skiing from Quebec, and S%*t f@#k skiing fails
The Odds Are Good: Olympic Invasion
How to explain Olympic freeskiing to people who are not skiers. It's harder than you’d think
It’s like when a band you love all of a sudden starts getting played on the radio and you find yourself whining, “No, guys, their old stuff is wayyyy better.” The good news is that you can grease the tranny by explaining things in terms they understand.
Nimbus Independent Raw 1.2
A dose of ski porn in one turn
Nothing like a slow mo’ turn in the deep to satisfy your powder porn afternoon crave.
VIDEO: The Big Picture
Chris Logan and Parker White's January in Montana
This one in honor of all the snow that fell last weekend.
VIDEO: Lines of Control
Soulryders founder Mark Kogelman talks about his recent ski travels to Kashmir
The first episode of the six-part “Lines of Control” web series documenting Soulryders’ journey dropped last week, so we caught up with Soulryders founder Mark Kogelman about their wild rides in Kashmir.
Week In Review: Sochi Slopestyle Gets Rowdy and Sun Valley Lift Burns
NWS announces avalanche warnings, Sean Pettit edit, and Vail lift lines visible from outer space
All the news that’s fit for skiing from the week of February 3 to 7, 2014.
Rockslide Blocks Access To Silverton
Silverton Mountain guides sacrifice skiing to help open Red Mountain Pass
No one was hurt, but the rockslide was the biggest natural event in recent history on Highway 550’s Red Mountain Pass. Immediately following the rockslide, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) cleared the rock on the highway and fixed the holes in the road that night. But their work was far from finished.