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Skiing 167 Months in a Row

In the last week of summer in California, I went skiing. Twice, actually. And to be honest, it was pretty good. Both sessions were off Carson Pass in the Sierra Nevada mountains near Kirkwood, and the conditions were a nod ...

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The 7 Best Ski Destinations on Earth

Mark Keim, Sierra Sunrise, CA

This is a favorite piece that was recently reposted by Unofficial Networks. Enjoy! These are not really ski trips; they’re pilgrimages. Being present in any of these places at some point in your life, and arcing turns down a local ...

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Now is the Time to Ski Portillo

I’m very excited to be heading back to the great Chilean ski center of Portillo this week. Check out a piece I wrote for Unofficial Networks and stay tuned for live reporting from the field. Either you’ve already been, or ...

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Africa

Of the six world continents that support Indigenous populations none is more elusive to skiers than Africa. Diverse cultures, vast deserts and vibrant wildlife are some of the more common topics of conversation for visitors wishing to visit the continent. ...

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Kullu Valley, Indian Himalaya

“Sorry Ms. Raymond”. She caught me again. I’m not very good at pretending to pay attention. I’m a teenager in geography class having the same daydreams I do everyday in winter: when is it gonna snow again, and what would ...

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Japan: The Deepest Trip Of Your Life

By Brennan Lagasse | March 5th, 2012 By now you‘ve probably heard about how much it snows in Japan. The edits keep coming in continuing to show off deep powder shots time and time again; but does it really snow that much?  ...

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