On Thursday night, the best photographers, directors and athletes from the world of skiing gathered in Breckenridge, Colorado for the biggest award show in skiing, the 17th annual POWDER AWARDS. And when all was said and done, on a night filled with skiing stars, none shined brighter than Sammy Carlson. Show More Summary
5 rad new products for winter gear geeks Snowboarding The ultimate action accessories for skiers and snowboarders – just in time for your wish list. By Jason Horton on 9 December 2016
Presenting Exploring Alberta, our in-depth look at four of the finest ski resorts within the Canadian province of Alberta. Today, we’re looking at Marmot Basin. Marmot Basin Located within Canada’s Jasper National Park — an area so beautiful...Show More Summary
Learn important tips about ski mountaineering with ACMG guide and G3 Ambassador Ross Berg. In this episode, you’ll learn about identifying terrain, how to rope up, and deciding when to rope up on glaciers. Watch Ski Mountaineering Tips...Show More Summary
Ride Saleina to the Bitter End With de Le Rue Snowboarding Xavier and Beanie take on ‘The Big Crack,’ Switzerland, a 1,000m couloir with no escape. By Beanie De Le Rue on 8 December 2016
Sweden's Niklas Edin scored a pair in the final end for a 6-4 win over Mike McEwen in round-robin play Thursday at the National.
There is something alluring about the simplistic beauty of an Airstream trailer. They’re able to instantly transform any vehicle with a hitch into an adventuremobile. Unfortunately, due to basic limitations, the reality is that there are certain places Airstreams just can’t be towed. Show More Summary
On Thursday, the world’s best skiers will converge at The Riverwalk Center in Breckenridge, Colorado, for the biggest award night in skiing: The 2016 POWDER Awards. A celebration of all the people that keep us stoked on skiing, fromShow More Summary
Back in February, six-time X Games gold medalist Mark McMorris broke his femur in a freak accident while competing at the Air + Style big-air snowboarding contest in Los Angeles: For the 22-year-old snowboarding phenom, the immense physical...Show More Summary
Join Rice and Lando Rushing Japanese Powder Snowboarding And now, the complete Japan segment from Travis Rice's "The Fourth Phase." Eye candy galore! By Theo Lewitt on 8 December 2016
Heli skiing is tough to beat: It’s the ultimate backcountry ski experience and we consider ourselves very fortunate to be living the bucket list year after year. But, despite the obvious upsides — like skiing untouched powder in some...Show More Summary
It’s no secret that skiing and snowboarding are both weather-dependent sports. From November to April, mountain riders are glued to their conditions reports, waiting for storms to roll through and deposit a fresh layer of snow on their favorite alpine resorts. Show More Summary
Mount Morefreddo, Italy – On December 7, 2016 three off piste skiers slipped on ice on Mount Morefreddo (2770 m) in Val Troncea near Pragelato in Turin, Italy. The three skiers fell during their descent and were swept roughly 100 meters down the slope and taken into a ravine of at least 30 meters – leaving one dead and two injured. Show More Summary
One of the harsh realities of ski filmmaking is that, regardless of how talented you are as a skier, if you don’t find some original way to market your edit, you could put together a clip of nonstop bangers and it still might get lost in the ether of countless other similar internet edits. Show More Summary
Brolin Mawejje didn’t discover snowboarding until he was 15, three years after he moved from Africa to America in search of his estranged mother. RELATED: Brolin Mawejje wants to be the first Ugandan snowboarder to compete in the Olympics;...Show More Summary
Wind. It’s a powerful way to explore the mountain environment. Check out Patagonia’s Mountains of Wind film that highlights the world of snowkiting. There’s something magical about harnessing the power of wind and combining it with a passion for exploration of the mountains. Show More Summary
Jones who's coming off a Canada Cup victory last weekend, gave up three points in the opening end and four more points in the fifth to Switzerland's Binia Feltscher.
Ride the Saleina to the bitter end with De Le Rue Snowboarding Xavier, Beanie and Samuel Anthamatten take on ‘The Big Crack’, a 1,000m couloir with no way out. By Beanie De Le Rue on 7 December 2016
Generally speaking, when people go sand skiing, it’s a fairly tame endeavor due in large part to the fact that sand is a significantly harder surface to gain speed on then snow and ice. Consider that the world speed record for sand skiing...Show More Summary
Brad Gushue has returned to action with a victory at the National.