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Watch Curry Pow – India’s First Ski & Snowboarding Film

Is skiing in India on your bucket list? If so, you need to watch Curry Pow – India’s First Ski & Snowboarding Film. Watch Curry Pow Right Now: “Curry Powder” follows a few local skiers & snowboarders from Manali on a short ski trip within...Show More Summary

Sherpa Missing After Avalanche Hits Mountaineering Expedition On Himlung Himal In Nepal

Himlung Himal, Nepal – On the afternoon of Tuesday, September 27, an avalanche hit a mountaineering expedition near Camp II on Himlung Himal (7126m) in Nepal. The Department of Tourism has confirmed that Mingmar Sherpa of Taksindu -5, Solukhumbu, a climbing Sherpa, is missing after the incident ( Show More Summary

Skier Killed In Avalanche On Mount Victoria Near Lake Louise

Avalanche On Mount Victoria Sweeps Trevor Sexsmith Off 300-Foot Cliff | 1st Avalanche Fatality Of The 2016/2017 Winter Season Mount Victoria, Alberta – At approximately 10 AM on Sunday, September 25, 2016 Trevor Sexsmith, age 27, was caught in an avalanche on Mount Victoria (3,464m / 11,365?) in the Bow Range near the BC/Alberta border. Show More Summary

Watch Fast Transitions To Bootpacks – Speed Tips Ep. 4 – #G3U

G3 University Presents Speed Tips Episode 4 with Melanie Bernier – #G3U G3 and Melanie Bernier have joined up to bring you Speed Tips – a 12 video series highlighting “how to pull off an efficient day of mountain travel.” This fourth episode focuses on fast transitions to bootpacking. Show More Summary

‘Ruin and Rose’ might be the most original ski film you’ll ever see

After more than 20 years of making ski films, Matchstick Productions wanted to switch things up for their new movie, Ruin and Rose. So the team decided to do the most logical thing and head off to a desert in Africa for the shoot. “Matchstick...Show More Summary

Watch South Lines Episode 6 From Adria Millan and Aymar Navarro

They’re back. Aymar Navarro and Adria Millan with Niki Salencon check out Refugio Frey in Argentina in South Lines Episode 6. If you like skiing, you’ll like this one. Watch South Lines Episode 6: Did you miss the other episodes of South...Show More Summary

Freeride World Qualifier Athlete Killed In Crash During Competition In La Hoya, Argentina

18-Year-Old Elwyn Roy Freeman Died From Injuries Sustained During A Crash While Competing In The FWQ Competition In La Hoya Argentina La Hoya Ski Resort, Argentina – FWQ competitor Elwyn Roy Freeman, age 18, suffered serious trauma to...Show More Summary

This Week’s Backcountry News – September 19-25, 2016

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! Climber Injured In Early Season Avalanche...Show More Summary

Who’s Going To Check Out North America’s Largest Backcountry Resort This Winter?

Whisper Ridge Is “North America’s Best Kept Secret” So Don’t Tell Your Friends Last winter, Whisper Ridge had a soft opening. Not many people knew that this 60,000 acre backcountry resort was even open. They chose to test the waters and see what happened. Show More Summary

Watch Trailer For The Final Season Of A Skier’s Journey

Jordan Manley, Chad Sayers, and Forrest Coots are back with the fourth and final season of A Skier’s Journey. Presented by Arc’teryx in association with Gore-Tex® and Destination British Columbia, this season will take you on wild skiing adventures in Iran, China, and British Columbia. Show More Summary

Warren Miller gets behind the camera again for his 67th ski film ‘Here, There & Everywhere’

The legendary snow sports filmmaker Warren Miller is set to release his 67th annual film later this fall. “Here, There & Everywhere” will be the first time Miller is back behind the camera for one of his films in 67 years — which is a pretty big deal. Show More Summary

How To Break Into Backcountry Skiing This Winter

Do you want to break into backcountry skiing? You’re not alone. Backcountry skiing is one of the fastest growing niches of the winter sports industry. But leaving the safety of the ski area requires you to have the necessary skills and ability, the right safety gear, and a solid education. Show More Summary

Watch Skins On Quickly – Speed Tips Ep. 3 – #G3U

G3 University Presents Speed Tips Episode 3 with Melanie Bernier – #G3U G3 and Melanie Bernier have joined up to bring you Speed Tips – a 12 video series highlighting “how to pull off an efficient day of mountain travel.” This third episode focuses on quick and smooth transitions in the backcountry. Show More Summary

Watch Lifted | Drone Footage Of Backcountry Ski Lines Is Impressive!

Higher Expectations Productions released Lifted on YouTube and it’s incredible. Drones certainly put a whole new perspective on the mountains that we all love to ski. Watch Lifted from Higher Expectations Productions right now and be sure to share this with your friends! Lifted is filmed and edited by Tim Swartz. Show More Summary

Climber Injured In Early Season Avalanche On Mount Edith Cavell In Jasper National Park

Mountaineer Carried 75 Meters Down Slope After Being Caught In An Avalanche On Alberta’s Mount Edith Cavell Mount Edith Cavell, Jasper National Park, Alberta – At around 4 PM on September 13, 2016 two mountaineers were descending Mount...Show More Summary

Tracking The Wild Coomba by Robert Cocuzzo Book Review

Book Review: Tracking The Wild Coomba by Robert Cocuzzo A book about Doug Coombs? How could the Doug Coombs book not be on your reading list? Any book focused on the life and times of one of the world’s greatest skiers is a must-read. Show More Summary

Can you really crowdfund a ski resort?

While ski-resort giants like Vail Resorts are rapidly buying up ski areas across the globe, at least one group is attempting an alternative route to ownership: crowdfunding. OneReno, a group of entrepreneurs and ski enthusiasts fromShow More Summary

Karl Meltzer Sets New Appalachian Trail Speed Record

Karl “SpeedGoat” Meltzer Breaks AT Speed Record | New Record: 45 Days, 22 Hours, 38 Minutes At 5 AM on August 3, 2016, Karl “SpeedGoat” Meltzer, age 48, left Mount Katahdin in Maine and headed south along the 2190 mile Appalachian Trail. Show More Summary

Watch Great Wide Open: Episode 5 – Independence Day

Great Wide Open is a 5-part film series focused on adventurers and exploration in America’s National Parks. The series is directed by Hollywood star, Jared Leto. In episode 5, Independence Day, from the Great Wide Open series, JaredShow More Summary

4 ways First Chair Festival makes skiers’ dreams come true

It’s fitting that the first snow fell high in the Wasatch Mountains just days before the inaugural First Chair Festival. This one-of-a-kind event took place in downtown Salt Lake City on Sept. 17, stoking anticipation for the upcoming ski season. Show More Summary

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