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This Week’s Backcountry News – June 5-11, 2017

Do you know what happened in the mountains this week? Here’s a selection of backcountry news, articles, posts, videos, photos, and other cool things that we think you’d like to know about. Enjoy! Park Canada Officials Endorse The Human Voice And Bear Spray Over Bear Bangers And Bells – – Heading into bear country? Read this. Show More Summary

Camp 4 Collective Presents Breaking Burma

If you love mountains, you’ll want to watch this documentary about a climbing expedition to Hkakabo Razi in the Burmese Himalaya. Watch Breaking Burma from Camp 4 Collective: Breaking Burma from Camp 4 Collective on Vimeo. Official Description...Show More Summary

Salomon TV Presents Serge

Serge Chapuis has been working at Salomon for nearly 40 years. He is the Project Manager for Salomon’s Research & Development. This episode of Salomon TV shines the spotlight on this behind the scenes creator. Watch Serge from Salomon...Show More Summary

Losing A Ski In 57 Chevy On Beartooth Pass Doesn’t Look Like Fun

During a late spring ski of the classic 57 Chevy on Bearooth Pass, this skier lost a ski. Luckily, after his Kingpin (?) popped off he didn’t tomahawk through the line. Maybe it was the dual whippets that saved him? Watch 57 Chevy Ski...Show More Summary

Ice With Everything by H.W. Tilman Book Review

Book Review: Ice With Everything by H.W. Tilman If you love the mountains and sailing, you need to add H.W. Tilman to your reading list. He’s one of the greatest explorers of his era and thanks to Vertebrate Publishing his adventures live on for mountain and sailing enthusiasts to enjoy. Show More Summary

Vail officially adds Stowe Mountain Resort to its Epic Pass

On Wednesday, per, Vail Resorts Inc. finalized its purchase of Stowe Mountain Resort in Vermont. And, with its acquisition of Stowe now finalized, Vail also announced what many an East Coast skier hoped to hear: It will be adding Stowe to its lauded Epic Pass. Show More Summary

Whistler’s beloved Camp of Champions closes after 28 years

On Wednesday night, in a press release posted to its website, Whistler Blackcomb’s beloved Camp of Champions — one of the most recognized summer ski and snowboarding camps in North America — announced that it would be closing down. The...Show More Summary

Jeremy Jones talks about his open letter to President Trump on the Paris Accord

This story first appeared on TRANSWORLD SNOWBOARDING. Words by Mark Clavin. Open letter originally published on SNEWS. With all of the recent headlines dealing with President Trump and the leaving of the Paris Climate Agreement, (Hawaii...Show More Summary

The North Face Presents Shishapangma South Face – E1: Arrival In Khumbu

One of the last unexplored and unclimbed routes in the Himalayas is on the south face of 8027m Shishapangma. This is where David Gottler and Herve Barmasse are headed to in this short video from The North Face. Here is the footage from their 1st week of acclimating in the Khumbu region. Show More Summary

WeBoost Drive 4G-X OTR Signal Booster Review

Gear Review: WeBoost Drive 4G-X OTR Vehicle Cell Signal Booster Price: $549.00 Summary: The WeBoost Drive 4G-X OTR is a great addition to any mountain enthusiast’s vehicle as it will enhance voice and data signal for peace of mind and convenience when you’re living life at the far range of cell service. Show More Summary

Stockholder mounts legal challenge to Aspen’s purchase of Intrawest

Less than two months after its April buying spree rattled the skiing and snowboarding world, Aspen Skiing Company’s acquisition of Intrawest Resorts has hit a snag, as a stockholder of Intrawest has filed a lawsuit challenging the legality of the merger, according to the Aspen Times. Show More Summary

Evo Presents A Whole Different Enchilada: A Twist On A Moab Classic

In A Whole Different Enchilada, snowboarder Josh Dirksen and mountain biker Adam Craig head to the La Sal Mountains in Utah to enjoy the best of both summer and winter. If you’re dreaming about dirt, snow, splitboards, bikes, and wild...Show More Summary

Ski The East Presents Working For The Weekend: Return To Mt. Washington – Series Finale

Ben Leoni is back in the series finale of the Working For The Weekend Series. Over the past 3 seasons, this series has shined the spotlight on the East Coast Ski Scene. In the series finale, Leoni heads to Mount Washington and makesShow More Summary

It’s not too early to book your tickets to Snowboard on the Block 2017

The 2016-2017 ski/snowboard season was certainly one for the history books. But, unfortunately, all good things must come to an end (unless you live in California), and the vast majority of resorts across the country have called it quits for the season. Show More Summary

Rachel Homan's Olympic pursuit starts now

After winning her third Scotties title and her first world championship, Rachel Homan took a (much deserved) vacation. Now the skip and her Ottawa rink are reloading and setting their sights on winning the Canadian Olympic curling trials in their hometown.

Speedrider narrowly avoids horrible collision with spectator; video

A video has emerged of the terrifying moment a speedrider almost collided with a spectator at the Mount Baker Sesh Up 2017 event. As you can see in the clip below, they came very close to a crash that would have certainly caused serious injury. Show More Summary

Watch Jerry’s Day: Intersection Winner At WSSF 2017 In Whistler

Here’s the winner of the 2017 World Ski & Snowboard Festival held in Whistler in April. This 8-minute film was shot and edited in just 7 days. It place 1st overall and won the People’s Choice award winning a grand prize of $10,000. Thanks...Show More Summary

Ski director says Lindsey Vonn’s request to race men is ‘very difficult’ to fulfill

Ski icon Lindsey Vonn — the winningest woman in the history of ski racing — has never been bashful about her aspirations to compete against the best male ski racers in the world on an International Ski Federation (FIS) alpine course....Show More Summary

This Week’s Backcountry News – May 29-June 4, 2017

Do you know what happened in the mountains this week? Here’s a selection of backcountry news, articles, posts, videos, photos, and other cool things that we think you’d like to know about. Enjoy! Alex Honnold Free Solos Yosemite’s El...Show More Summary

Alex Honnold Free Solos Yosemite’s El Capitan In Under 4 Hours

Yosemite National Park – On Saturday, June 3, 2017 professional rock climber Alex Honnold, 31, free soloed the iconic granite wall known as El Capitan in Yosemite National Park. Honnold completed the 2,900? climb without ropes or safety equipment in just 3 hours, 56 minutes. Show More Summary

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