By:Powder Magazine / Posted on Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Achenbach holds one of the most unique positions in snowboarding’s history as Canada’s original preacher of the emerging sport during the ’80s. While in skiing, he holds one of the most unrecognized positions, yet nearly as influential.
By:Powder Magazine / Posted on Tuesday, July 29, 2014
POWDER magazine has one fall internship opening. To be eligible applicants must be able to receive college credit. Interns will need to report to the magazine’s San Clemente, California, office.
By:Ethan Stone / Posted on Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Every summer, skiers and snowboarders migrate by the thousands from across North America and internationally to spend the summer at Timberline Ski Area on Mount Hood. The ski campers come and go, as do the big-name pros, but the real die-hards—a fringe group of skiers and riders whose lives revolve around year-round shredding—stay from June until September, making it work one way or another.
By:Abbie Barronian / Posted on Monday, July 28, 2014
Josh Berman, the main man behind Level 1, is a busy guy. This time of year is always hectic, with final edits on soon-to-be-released teasers, a full final stage of editing for the film to go though, and planning a schedule for premieres and tours.
By:Kade Krichko / Posted on Monday, July 28, 2014
It was my freshman year of college and I had been seeing a girl for three weeks. We both claimed to be skiers but had reached the point in our courtship where we needed to figure out if we could actually share turns. The experiment was supposed to be a weekend at her family’s place in Killington, Vermont, with a group of friends—then her dad showed up.