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

Stories

Tom Runcie skied one of the most fluid lines of the day, but it wouldn't be enough to overcome winner Kyle Taylor. PHOTO: Courtesy of Subaru Freeride Series/Mark Epstein

Events

Subaru Freeride Series Results

Locals dominate Crested Butte stop of FWT qualifier

published: February 15, 2014

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First Chair

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

published: February 14, 2014

When explaining the nuances of freeskiing to these guys, Tara Lipinsky and salty pretzels might be good references. PHOTO: Rob Schumacher/USA TODAY Sports

First Chair

The Odds Are Good: Olympic Invasion

How to explain Olympic freeskiing to people who are not skiers. It's harder than you’d think

published: February 13, 2014

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Gear

JetForce Airbag Changes The Game

Black Diamond reinvents the avalanche airbag with new technology

published: February 12, 2014

When to use a cell phone: To document debris from a slide crashing into a hotel. This one from 2008, whan an avalanche hit the Bridger Gondola restaurant. PHOTO: Christopher Bezamat Photography

Avalanche Education

Cell Phones In The Backcountry

Backcountry Essentials: Stash the technology in your pack

published: February 11, 2014

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First Chair

VIDEO: Lines of Control

Soulryders founder Mark Kogelman talks about his recent ski travels to Kashmir

published: February 10, 2014

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First Chair

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

published: February 7, 2014

CDOT enlisted the help of Silverton Mountain guides after a massive rockslide shut down the area's main artery. PHOTO: CDOT

First Chair

Rockslide Blocks Access To Silverton

Silverton Mountain guides sacrifice skiing to help open Red Mountain Pass

published: February 6, 2014

Follow the backcountry skier's etiquette to decide who goes first. PHOTO: Ryan Creary

Avalanche Education

Who Goes First?

Backcountry Essentials: Politeness, entitlement, sandbagging, and fear

published: February 4, 2014

Joel Gatz (left) and Andrew Murray scrutinize the forecast with one thing in mind—big dumps. Photo Cred: Tim Shisler.

First Chair

The Storm Troopers at OpenSnow.com

A group of armchair forecasters are predicting powder across more terrain than ever

published: February 3, 2014

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