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The Storm Chase Pays off in Southwest Colorado

With a stretch of time off for Thanksgiving, the plans were to travel to the PNW and head into B.C. for the  holiday. Good ole’ Mt. Baker had been getting pummeled with new snow the week before, and escaping a ...

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Surfing

One of the many reasons people choose to earn their turns in the backcountry is the solitude that accompanies one as they venture out to bag a run. That and all the untracked terrain to slay is what seems to hook most. Backcountry surfing, ...

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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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Skiing the 7 Continents

Ski Touring, Broken River Club Field, New Zealand

A Tahoe skier shares how he was able to leave tracks on each of the world’s seven continents Story and photos by Brennan Lagasse It started when I was two. Those first turns, or really that first pizza slide, down ...

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