Stories

Let the snow fly. PHOTO: Martinak15/Flickr Creative Commons

First Chair

State of the Snow

The winter that started in February, unless you live in Colorado

published: February 17, 2014

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

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