Trailer Park Jams

Songs from your favorite fall '13 ski film trailers

Ladies and gents, we present Trailer Park Jams, a playlist compiled of songs featured in this year’s ski film trailers.

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Jaded Feeder Readback: Slovenian Stalker Edition

When a reader strikes, The Jaded Local responds with fruit bats

This edition of Jaded Feeder Readback concerns a recent internet comment from “Petra” on the first installment of my women’s world cup wrap-up series, Tight Haunches and Burly Launches, which was focused on the accomplishments of 2013 overall winner Tina Maze. Petra was peeved because I got the name of the President of Slovenia wrong and failed to pay keen enough tribute to Maze. She felt that I portrayed the Slovenian sensation as a superficial authoritarian (which is considerably more sophisticated than my thesis, which was that Maze is an independent badass with an endearing eccentric streak).


Junk in the Trunk: Black Diamond CoEfficient Fleece

A sample of what's to come with Black Diamond's first full apparel line

Part of the Black Diamond’s first apparel line, the CoEfficient fleece jacket is versatile, warm, and light.


Stay Found in the Backcountry

A safety message presented by Dynafit Field Notes

In this episode of Dynafit Field Notes pro skier Donny Roth and Dynafit communications manager Eric “Hende” Henderson explore the art of building a shelter in a creative, cheeky video designed to help a novice backcountry skier be better prepared for what could happen if you get hurt, get lost, lose some vital gear, or get stuck in huge storm.


The Trailer Park

Every ski movie trailer in one place

Hook your rig up to the thing, pop the lawn chair, crack a Coors, put your feet up on the cooler, and press play on 2013′s ski movie trailers.


Road of the Seven Lakes

Skiing our way through a primordial landscape in Argentina

We are driving down a historic stretch of road known as the Ruta de Los Siete Lagos, or Seven Lakes Route. Setting out from San Carlos de Bariloche, our plan is to work our way north through the rugged landscape towards San Martin de Los Andes.


Snowkiting Up, Skiing Down

Ken Lucas skis with a kite and flies laps all over the mountain

Ken Lukas, one of the pioneers of snowkiting, has flown his kite all over the world—kiteskiing in Iceland, Pakistan, New Zealand, and Europe. But what’s unique about Lucas is that he uses his kite to ski down and up the mountain.

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Ten Years in Taos

Salomon New Mexico Extremes celebrates a decade of snow, sun, and insanity

Ten years ago, Taos, New Mexico, decided to host a party called the New Mexico Extremes. There would be beer, laughter and some prizes would be given. Now one decade later, the little skiing competition in New Mexico has grown up. The first big-mountain skiing event in North America to align with the Verbier-based Freeride World Tour, the venerable competition will turn 10 this March, affirming its status as a 4-star Freeride World Tour Qualifier event and claiming a spot as one of the most important FWQ events worldwide. The event will celebrate its tenth birthday from February 27 to March 1 this winter.


Week In Review September 27: Pre-Season Snowfall and Vermont Ski Movie

New A-Basin Lift, Winterhawks fly free, & Markus Eder edit

Week In Review September 27: Pre-Season Snowfall, Vermont Ski Movie, New A-Basin Lift, Winterhawks fly free, & Markus Eder edit

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VIDEO: Relive Winter with Higaski’s “Dreams of August”

The Austrian freeski crew’s newest edit, full of sweet dreams and deep snow

The four members of Higaski, a freeski crew from Vienna, Austria, dropped their most recent video, “Dreams of August,” this summer. We caught up with the crew to hear about their plans for the upcoming season.


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