Freeride World Tour

Freeride World Tour Schedule

Jan. 18, 2014

Courmayeur, Italy

Jan. 25, 2014

Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, France

Feb. 1, 2014

Fieberbrunn PillerseeTal, Austria

Mar. 1, 2014

Snowbird, Utah, USA

Mar. 10, 2014

Revelstoke, Canada

Mar. 22, 2014

Verbier, Switzerland

Freeride World Tour Unveils Athlete Roster

Kyle Taylor, George Rodney, Hazel Birnbaum, and Ashley Maxfield step up from the qualifiers

Yesterday, the Freeride World Tour unveiled the complete list of athletes who will be competing in the upcoming season’s competitions, with defending champions Loic Collomb-Patton and Nadine Wallner leading the roster.


Johnny DeCesare on Poor Boyz Productions’ Twenty

Poor Boyz does two decades with a fresh perspective

Since humble beginnings 20 years ago, Poor Boyz Productions has been churning out high-quality ski films with an emphasis on freestyle and a focus on the individual athlete’s unique style and personality. We caught up with founder and owner Johnny DeCesare to get an idea of what we’re in for with this year’s Poor Boyz film, Twenty.


Southern Dispatches

Super gringos Griffin Post and Drew Tabke do South America

We’ll hopefully be in the mountains in less than 24 hours, camping in a remote backcountry area that’s supposedly holding good snow: untouched August snow easily justifying any hassle that comes along with finding powder.


Stept’s Ten and Two

Nick Martini on the car crashes, the frozen digits, and the crew

Stept stands apart from other major film companies in that they are truly a crew—a group of good friends looking to document their own season and unique style. With films that seem to buck traditional ski film formats and trends—last year’s Mutiny was an hour long urban segment with a decidedly dark tone—we’re looking forward to this years’ Ten and Two. We caught Nick Martini, co-director, on the phone to hear about their vision for this year’s film.


Week In Review: Skiing on Shrooms

Wanted: skier boyfriends, news in the Wasatch, and Winter Watch 2014

All the news fit for skiing the week ending September 12, 2014.


Vail Acquires Park City Mountain Resort for $182.5 Million, Cash

That solves the Park City turf wars

Vail Resorts, Inc. announced today that it has acquired Park City Mountain Resort from Powdr Corp. for $182.5 million in cash, settling all litigation and guaranteeing that Park City’s lifts will spin this winter. Park City will be added to Vail’s epic pass and the company says it intends to connect PCMR to Canyons, which would create a mammoth ski area that sprawls over 7,000 acres of terrain.


A Flyin Ryan IPA, Please

Long Trail Brewing Company, Vermont skiers raise glasses of craft beer to the Flyin Ryan Hawks Foundation

From December 1st until March 31st, ten cents from each beer sold will go towards the Flyin Ryan scholarship fund, meaning there is now have another reason to keep the tab running. The beer will be available at a number of après bars including Mad River Glen’s General Stark’s Pub, and will likely make its way throughout the rest of the Green Mountain State’s ski areas and bars.


VIDEO: Scott Gaffney’s Back

And he's still got it

Just a few days before MSP premieres its highly anticipated two-year movie, MSP Director Scott Gaffney put out his own POV edit from last season. A former professional skier, Gaffney now spends more time on the other side of the camera filming all the up-and-comers. As he says, that number we call age is only getting higher. And on top of all that, Tahoe’s winter was sh*!. But Gaffney pretty much says screw it, and goes skiing anyway. Which is a good reminder that we all need—stop complaining. Go skiing. It’s still fun. Even when you’re old and you have a full time job and there’s more dirt than snow out there. Thanks for this one, Gaffney.


2014 Ski Movie Premiere Schedule

Save these dates for the biggest premieres of the season

Here we go again, it’s ski movie premiere time. Mark the following dates on the calendar for this season’s biggest and rowdiest ski movie premieres. The first are just around the corner, debuting at theaters in Jackson Hole and Boulder and Salt Lake City this weekend.


YETI Hopper 30 Cooler — Junk in the Trunk

Keeping things cold for days

Using a regular cooler and then upgrading to a YETI is like skiing powder on skinny, fully cambered skis from the 1990s and then clicking in to something like the DPS Spoon or the Black Diamond Carbon Megawatt, both of which are huge underfoot and have tons of rocker. In other words, it’s night and day.


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