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State of the Backcountry 2017: Tahoe Storm Edition

Happy New Year and Holy Storms! Since the last State of the Backcountry report conditions have changed dramatically across the American West. Specifically for Tahoe and the Eastern Sierra, the New Year has brought a wave of storm activity that some ...

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Photos from Tahoe’s Powder Cycle

From famed Sierra Cement, to flooding, and back into an epic powder cycle January 09, 2017 By David Reddick  What a whirlwind it’s been for the weather watchers and ski lovers in the Lake Tahoe region. On the one hand ...

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Skiing at the Bottom of the World | SF Gate

Some Antarctica stoke from our November trip with SF Gate. Enjoy! If you ask most skiers and riders about their dreams to ski abroad you’ll likely hear mentions of Whistler-Blackcomb, Canada, Chamonix, France, and perhaps a summer snow excursion to ...

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Early Season Skiing on Mt. Shasta | SF Gate

Happy to share some early season Mt. Shasta stoke with the San Francisco Chronicle: California has been loving all the recent rain storms, and at select locales early season snow has collected enough for some skiers and riders to have ...

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State of the Portillo Backcountry: Super C Edition

Greetings from the Southern Hemisphere! It is amazing to be back in Chile, reporting from the crown jewel locale of Portillo. We’ve had some mixed weather this week, but the vibe is always good in Portillo, and there has been some ...

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