We asked Ian Holmes, snowboard alpinist, to outline the gear he keeps in his pack for all of his adventures. Check out his 6 Essential Items for Backcountry Touring. › Read More
Pursuing first descents in the Battle Range › Read More
Yes. You can still climb after kids. You just can’t do it in precisely the same way (ie Quietly. And without chaos.) But that doesn’t mean that it won’t be worth the (Herculean) effort. › Read More
Words by Katharina Habermann. Photos by Jakob Schweighofer.  Eight top Freeride photographers from around Europe gathered in Sogndal, Norway this past January 13-17 for a 72h photo challenge. During this period, they encountered both heavy snowfall and bluebird skies as well as harsh snow conditions and fluffy powder. Everything was possible to integrate in their 1 min presentation on their adventures. › Read More
Rishad Daroowala covers seven states and two provinces on a 10,500km trek over 20 days. › Read More
The crown of King Of Storms for 2016 has been bestowed upon Chad Chomlack after edging out one of the strongest fields in the event's decade-long history. › Read More
5 pro photographers are no longer looking to capture their imagination in action and are now in editing mode. The goal: bring all of the moments they have captured to life in a 3-5 minute slide show to land $10,000 and the Queen/King Of Storms crown. › Read More
A few crews took to the Whistler Blackcomb ‘slackcountry’, some with harnesses and drones to take advantage of the new backcountry rules, while the rest opted to continue milking the inbound terrain. › Read More
The Deep Winter Photo Challenge is now in its tenth year as one of the premiere photography competitions on snow. › Read More
Boston is no stranger to snow, but there are a handful of landmark events that have brought the city to its knees and the smiles to skiers faces. › Read More