Keith Rollins at Crystal Mountain, WA this week. Photo courtesy of Jesse Cartwright.
Written by Colin Korst Skiing and snowboarding, in some circles, have become high-tech, high-fashion sports. Each new season, there are a plethora of new styles of clothing along with new technology to keep you performing at your optimal level on the slope. Many skiers find it to be a necessity to stay with the times [...]
Written by Halina Torresan Steps: The Ride Greener Film With premieres throughout Europe and North America this month, Steps: The Ride Greener Film proposes its viewers with an alternative, more ecologically sustainable approach to snowboarding. Professional skiers and snowboarders, traditionally known for travelling the world in search of the highest quality terrain are faced with [...]
Written by Adam Fernley The amount of smack talking in ski-towns has always been at a high level, just like the amount of cocktails consumed, and the number of days skied. However, the time you have put in, like surfing, does matter. Dues paid, seasons logged, mazes waited in, cars and chairlifts shared with fellow [...]
Written by Colin Korst Over the summer we published a blog post featuring an interview with Molly Tarlofsky, founder of the Peaks Project. We learned about her initiative to get the youth of New York City on the ski slopes, an admirable and ambitious mission indeed. Well, the leaves have changed color, the air has [...]
Since ancient Greece, sporting events have been kind of a big deal. In our society today, you can probably find a sporting event of some sort going on near where you live each day of the year. At the same time, environmental responsibility has become a hot topic and has many different applications. This week, [...]
Concussions are becoming a larger issue across the sporting world and winter sports are no exception. Skiers and snowboards of all skill levels are at risk of getting a concussion while riding. While bumping your head may seem like just part of the experience, inside that hard skull is an especially important organ called the [...]
Fall has hit full swing and it’s the season for ski and snowboard movies. Cinematography and skiing have been bonded since Warren Miller started making ski movies back in the 1950′s. Since then, the ski movie industry has grown leaps and bounds. Every year, the cameras get higher definition, and the footage gets more insane. [...]