Muyu Juntas’qa

FullCircle Project: Peru Episode Three

Muyu Juntas’qa is the Quechuan word for “Full Circle.” Quechua is the language of the people of Amaru and a language that has been handed down from the time of the Inca. We wrap up our time in Peru with the adobe brick making process and then say goodbye to our new friends. From there, we head to Chile in search of that elusive Andean powder and hit it just right with a storm that dumps a meter of pow onto the crew. Big thanks to Pacha Mama.


Closed-Out and Down: Rails 2 Riches 2012

L.J. Strenio goes back east, wins big

Killington’s Rails 2 Riches is one of the few remaining significant park events on the East Coast. And thanks to its sizable cash purse, it’s the only open event in the East where you’ll find skiers that have flown in from the West. The East Coast homecoming ended up paying off for almost everyone visiting from Salt Lake City. Steve Stepp, Giray Didali, and LJ Strenio, all native East Coasters chasing the dream in the City of the Saints, found themselves on the receiving end of varying amounts of hundred dollar bills after being on the producing end of a heavy barrage of tricks.


Lindsey Vonn Wins St. Moritz super-G, With Julia Mancuso Finishing Third

American women continue World Cup speed domination

Lindsey Vonn continued her World Cup speed event dominance by following up her downhill win at Lake Louise, Alberta, with a super-G victory on Saturday at St. Moritz, Switzerland. U.S. teammate Julia Mancuso finished third, with World Cup overall leader Tina Maze placing second.


Tell A Friend Tour

A seven-stop East Coast tour filled with skiing, pizza, and prizes

After sustaining a season-ending knee injury in a tragic hopping-over-a-fence accident last year, Andy Parry is back. But you already knew that. In December, the wizard trick master is paying tribute to his East Coast roots by launching the Tell A Friend Tour, a grassroots, seven-stop, camp-vibe journey. Skiers are welcome to meet up with Parry and Traveling Circus veterans Ian Compton, Jack Borland, and Ross Imburgia for shred sessions at local resorts, where they’ll ski for prizes and learn tricks. The event is followed by pizza and a raffle giveaway at a local shop. Powder caught up with Parry about his new tour and eating chicken wings.


Women’s Only Avalanche Clinic at Squaw Valley

S.A.F.E.A.S. (Skiers Advocating and Fostering Education for Avalanche and Snow Safety)

On December 8, Squaw Valley skiers will host a women’s-only avalanche clinic. We caught up with professional skier Elyse Saugstad to get the low-down on the event.

What is the event all about?
The event is an intro to avalanche safety with classroom and on-snow training. It also includes morning yoga, a wine social the night before, and an après party with a raffle.


MSP’s “Counting up to 20″ Episode 16

Hugo Harrisson in 2008's Claim

“That’s right… I’m back.” It was a big claim from an otherwise soft-spoken guy, but that statement accurately summed up Hugo Harrisson’s return to action in Claim back in 2008. This segment is a proper tutorial in stomping huge airs from the perennial MSP star and three-time IFSA world champ.

Episode 1 Soul Sessions and Epic Impressions
Episode 2 The Hedonist
Episode 3 The Tribe
Episode 4 Fetish
Episode 5 Pura Vida
Episode 6 Sick Sense
Episode 7 Global Storming
Episode 8 Ski Movie
Episode 9 Ski Movie II
Episode 10 Ski Movie III
Episode 11 Focused
Episode 12 Yearbook
Episode 14 Push
Episode 15 Seven Sunny Days


Junk in the Truck: Hestra Henrik Windstedt Pro Mitt

Mittens for grown people

Leave it to the Euros to make classy-looking mittens.


FullCircle Project: Peru Episode Two

Episode two of their skiing and community service mission

For the second episode of the 2012 FullCircle Project in Amaru, Peru, we continue our work building a recycling center. We cut down Eucalyptus trees for the roof of the center, and worked as a team to carry them up the hill. Our local friend and project co-worker, Eustachio Cruz, offered a blessing for the FullCircle crew on a mountain peak above town.
Check back next week for our third and final episode of the 2012 project in which we say goodbye to our friends in Amaru and head south to Chile in search of snow…


A Skier’s Journey Episode Three: Iceland

In Iceland's rough and remote Westfjords region, Chad Sayers, Forrest Coots, and Chad Manley step back in time to revisit a way of life that lasted 1000 years.

With the guidance of local friends Siggi Jonsson and Runar Karlsson, they traverse the storied landscape via sailboat, kayak, and ski, exploring what it would have been like to survive there for so many generations. Each ski run begins and ends with seaweed underfoot, while waterfalls, lichen-clad couloirs, and stories of humans past make up the in-between.



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SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. (December 3, 2012) – The Powder Awards presented by Icelandic Glacial has been hosted in Las Vegas and Aspen over the years, and this year is heading to Park City Live in Park City, Utah, on January 17, 2013. Home to three resorts—Canyons, Park City Mountain Resort, and Deer Valley—skiing is at the heart of the small mountain town’s allure and the ideal venue for the 13th annual Powder Awards.


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