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Ride the Mammoth:Steeps, Bowls, Trees, and Culture Mammoth Mountain is many things: Some days it’s the steep rocky chutes that line the upper mountain, each falling away in great funnels of powder. On other days, it’s knowing how (and where) the Sierra wind buffs the slopes like nature’s groomer. With an average annual snowfall of […]
Norge is the oldest continuously open ski club in the United States. The clubs has also had some promotional jumps. Once the Norge ski club rented out Navy Pier in Chicago and set up a jump where the jumpers landed in the water. Another big event was when the Norge Ski Club rented out Soldier […]
By Paddy O’Connell The logs in the potbelly stove crack and hiss with heat. Jess McLaughlin sits in front of the roaring cast iron beast rubbing her hands together. She can see her breath inside the house this morning. It’s November 1981. Jess is 10 years old. Her father has taken a job in Telluride, […]
National Ski Council Federation Newsbeat January 2017 NBCUniversal to Launch Domestic Olympic Channel. An announcement by NBCUniversal this month holds the opportunity to bring even more ski and snowboarding content to fans. The International Olympic Committee, the United States Olympic Committee and NBCUniversal have created a comprehensive Olympic Channel content and distribution partnership for the […]
|Powder Mayhem in Fernie|
A big snow storm hit Fernie between February 3-7th, 2017, leaving 80cm / 32inches of epic snow. Here’s a little something to make your day – Powder Skiing at Fernie Alpine Resort by ...
|Sammy Carlson Rejoins the Dakine Snow Team|
SIA SNOWSPORT PRESS RELEASE HOOD RIVER, Oregon (January 24, 2017) – Dakine is excited to announce the return of freeskier Sammy Carlson to its team of elite snow athletes. Raised in Hood River, ...