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Kilian Jornet Summits Everest Twice In A Week

Mount Everest – Earlier this week, Kilian Jornet climbed Mount Everest in  26 hours without supplemental oxygen or fixed ropes. After a few days of rest, he decided to climb Mount Everest again. According to Kilian Jornet’s Facebook,...Show More Summary

More Than Just Parks Presents Hawaii Volcanoes 8K

The volcanoes of Hawaii are absolutely incredible. Watch this high quality footage of flowing magma, massive mountains, and fiery mountains shot in Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park. This is certainly impressive! Enjoy. Watch Hawaii Volcanoes 8K from More Than Just Parks HAWAI’I VOLCANOES 8K from More Than Just Parks on Vimeo. Show More Summary

Trinity Chutes, Avalanche Gulch, Mount Shasta, California

Skiing The Trinity Chutes In Avalanche Gulch On Mount Shasta In California’s Cascade Range Location: Trinity Chutes, Avalanche Gulch, Mount Shasta, California Starting Point: Bunny Flats – 6950? Aspect: South Distance: 10.5 miles Time:...Show More Summary

What it’s like living off-grid as a skier in the Alaskan wilderness

This story first appeared in the February issue of POWDER. Words by Julie Brown. Derek Galbraith lives in a cabin, in the woods, in a remote corner of Alaska, far from the conveniences of modern life, but close to the best skiing in the world — Thompson Pass. Show More Summary

Don’t Miss The 1st Annual Summer Shredfest 2017 At Beartooth Basin

What are you doing June 16 to 18, 2017? The Mountain Riders Alliance is hosting the 1st Annual Summer Shredfest 2017 at Beartooth Basin near Red Lodge, Montana. This 3-day, grassroots ski and snowboard festival is a must-attend event...Show More Summary

Nepal Himalaya by H.W. Tilman Book Review

Book Review: Nepal Himalaya: The Most Mountainous Of A Singularly Mountainous Country by H.W. Tilman If you haven’t read Nepal Himalaya by Tilman, it’s time to pick up a copy. Tilman was one of the greatest explorers of his era. He was climbing peaks, exploring mountain ranges, and creating the maps of far flung locales long before most. Show More Summary

Watch Freedom – ep.3

Enjoy the final episode of Trace Cook’s web series… Watch Freedom – ep.3 Freedom – ep.3 from Tristan Martin-Preney on Vimeo. Official Description From Vimeo: The 3rd and final episode of Trace Cooke’s webseries “Freedom”. Qualifying first in North America, Trace has been invited to the 2018 Freeride World Tour. Show More Summary

The 8 best ski gloves of the year

This story originally appeared in POWDER. Words by Sam Taggert. When it’s stormy and you need to zip your jacket up tighter or pull on your hood, having gloves that keep your hands mobile is paramount. Here are eight gloves we wore this winter. Flylow Oven Mitt ($45; on sale $32) Not too thick, not The post The 8 best ski gloves of the year appeared first on GrindTV.com.

Bode Miller left off of US Ski Team roster, 2018 Olympics questionable

On Thursday, the U.S. Ski Team announced its official roster for the 2017-2018 season, and one notable name was absent from the list of over 30 athletes: Bode Miller, the winningest male skier in U.S. history. Bode Miller off U.S. ski...Show More Summary

Sent Productions Presents Vaya A La Cumbre

In 2011, Zach Ornitz and Ollie Nieuwland-Zlotnicki of Sent Productions headed south to Ski Arpa, Chile to film Vaya A La Cumbre. This documentary shines the spotlight on Ski Arpa – a family run cat skiing operation in the rugged and remote Andes of Chile. Show More Summary

My Trail Backpack Light 50L Review

Gear Review: My Trail Backpack Light 50L Price: Retail – $210 | Direct – $129 Size: Small/Medium/Large Color: Black Weight: 2lb 1.5oz. Volume: 50 Liters Summary: The My Trail Co Backpack Light 50L is a lightweight and versatile option for anyone looking for a durable and dependable pack for outdoor adventures. Show More Summary

Eruption by Steve Olson Book Review

Book Review: Eruption: The Untold Story of Mount St. Helens by Steve Olson On May 18, 1980 Mount St Helens erupted killing 57 people. This deadly volcanic eruption was one of the deadliest natural disaster in US history. Eruption: The Untold Story of Mount St. Show More Summary

Xavier De Le Rue’s DIY Tour Mission 8: Japanuary

In this episode of Xavier De Le Rue’s DIY Tour he ventures to Japan to eat sushi, visit onsens, and of course ski epically deep Japanuary snow. Watch Xavier De le Rue’s DIY Tour: Japanuary Where will Xavier De le Rue’s DIY Tour go next?...Show More Summary

Kilian Jornet Climbs Mount Everest In Just 26 Hours!

Mount Everest – At midnight on the 21st to 22nd of May 2017, Kilian Jornet, 29, reached the summit of Mount Everest without the use of supplemental oxygen or fixed ropes in a single push via the traditional route on the Tibetan side of the mountain. Show More Summary

Aspen announces it will reopen for Memorial Day after spring storms

Following an amazing ski season and some late-spring storms that recently dumped fresh powder on its slopes, Aspen Skiing Company announced that it will reopen Aspen Mountain for skiing this Memorial Day weekend, according to the Aspen Times. Show More Summary

Avalanche Kills Ski Mountaineer In Vallon du Clou In Savoy, France

Vallon du Clou, France – On Saturday, May 20, 2017 a mountaineer was killed in an avalanche at roughly 2600 meters in the Vallon du Clou in the Alps near Sainte-Foy Tarentaise in Savoy, France. The mountaineer was returning with a friend from an expedition to open a new climbing route near Pointe des Mines near the France-Italy border. Show More Summary

The North Face Presents Foundation Episode 2 – Big Mountain Training in Austria

After returning to Austria after a ski trip in British Columbia, Fabio Studer buckles down and starts training for the Freeride world Tour. Proper training allows Fabio Studer to crush big lines at Silvretta Montafon. Watch: The North...Show More Summary

Mount Everest’s Iconic Hillary Step Has Collapsed

Mount Everest – After summiting Mount Everest for the 6th time on May 16, 2017, Tim Mosedale, a British mountaineer, returned to base camp and posted photos on social media confirming that the Hillary Step has collapsed. The Hillary Step was 12-meter (39-foot) vertical rock face at 8,790 meters on the southeast ridge of Everest. Show More Summary

This Week’s Backcountry News – May 15-21, 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! SNOTEL Data: The Current Western US Snowpack – May 15, 2017 – A Mountain Journey – Still skiing? There’s still lots of snow out there. Show More Summary

West Couloir, Matterhorn Peak, Eastern Sierra, California

Skiing The West Couloir On Matterhorn Peak In California’s Eastern Sierra Location: West Couloir, Matterhorn Peak, Eastern Sierra, California Starting Point: Annett’s Mono Village – 7100? Aspect: Northeast Distance: 11 miles Time: 7-10...Show More Summary

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