First Flakes: Snow Hits the States

The skies have spoken

Lake Louise, Castle Mountain, Sunshine Village, Big Sky, Jackson, and Bridger all reported their first dustings of the 2013-2014 season

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Treasure Chest

A gold mine of '80s ski videos

Feast your eyes on 1980s skiing, some of which was uploaded to the web only a few days ago. Share them with your friends, enjoy them with a Bartles & Jaymes, and remember, my friends, winter is coming.

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2013 Film Premiere Schedule

Mark your calendar for this season's biggest premieres

From lady-shred to honoring our late heroes, 2013′s batch of films is pretty rad. Get all the info you need about the premieres (and tours) below, catch a few trailers at The Trailer Park, and we’ll see you at the show.


Week In Review September 20: Rent Bode’s House and Smoke Weed in T-Ride

Endangered A-Frames in Park City, first snow hits The Rockies, & Robb Gaffney gets political

Week In Review September 20: Rent Bode’s House and Smoke Weed in T-Ride


Candide Thovex: Behind-the-Scenes at Faction Skis

The master himself shows you what goes into building his new skis

Candide Thovex doesn’t just dominate his skis on the mountain, he helps build them. Take a behind-the-scenes tour through the process of building one of the world’s best skiers’ skis.


Welcome Back Winter

This year's Utah Avalanche Center fundraiser marks 20-year partnership with Black Diamond

The annual fundraiser for the Utah Avalanche Center held last week in Salt Lake City marked a 20-year partnership with Black Diamond.


C.R. Johnson Film Premiere and Bocce Tourney Take Tahoe

The legendary skier's life is on full display in new film by 4FRNT Media

It was a weekend of reflection and positivity, something the community of North Lake Tahoe is becoming more and more known for. The premiere of CRJ made us look back, the High Fives bocce tournament made us feel present, and the chill in the air has a looking towards winter.

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Nat Segal’s Happy Edit

If you are having a bad day, skiing will cheer you up

Nat Segal, the Australian who competed on the Freeride World Tour last year and whose season ended early when she tore her ACL in February, was sad. Can’t blame her, injuries are a bummer and it put a sudden end to Segal’s season. So she made an edit from last winter to cheer her up.


The Office Blog: Get Weird

Welcome to POWDER HQ

Most people are going to be doing some kind of industry bullshit. Which is why most ski media is boring. If you want to do something cool, you have to just go somewhere and go do it. Everyone does the same shit. They go to Japan. They go to Alaska. They go to Revelstoke. Now a lot of people are going to Norway. For good reason, because that’s where the consistent, deep pow is. But some of the best times I’ve had is with really shitty skiing. Heli skiing is stressful. It’s not like let’s go shred and smoke a joint and look at the view. That’s not how heli skiing is


Week In Review September 13: Flash Floods in Colorado & Starbucks in Jackson

CRJ Movie premiere Saturday in Squaw, Steamboat's Tugboat Grill auctioned off, & Roger Moore quits skiing

Week In Review September 13: Flash Floods in Colorado, Starbucks in Jackson, CRJ Movie premiere Saturday in Squaw, Steamboat’s Tugboat Grill auctioned off, & Roger Moore quits skiing after being hit by a snowboarder.


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