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Mothers Day is quickly approachingif you forgot, we’ve got youit’s Sunday, May 10. Since this year may be a bit different than last year, youre likely not going to be going out for brunch or getting together for large gatherings. Weve put together a list of gear items for moms who shred,…
6 hours ago · From Powder
Coming hot off a win of Quicksilver’s 2019 Young Guns contest, Cole Richardson put together one of the rowdiest ski edits we’ve seen this spring. The Canmore, Alberta native filmed this edit over two seasons mostly around Banff and Revelstoke. Richardson massive backcountry kickers and l…
19 hours ago · From Powder
At 6 p.m. on the penultimate Monday in April, I skied down a melting snowbank at the McCullough Gulch Trailhead in Summit County, Colorado, stopping a few inches from a mud puddle. I clicked out of my bindings, threw my poles in the bed of my pickup, unbuckled my boots, and drove a half mile Read Mo…
21 hours ago · From Powder
With we start camping close to home and summer skiing spots begin to open up, staying on point with washing your hands during the pandemic is super important. Sure, you can continually keep dosing your hands with hand sanitizer when there isnt soap available, but being able to fully wash your hands …
23 hours ago · From Powder
Solid eye protection is essential in any outdoor activity where youre blasting downhill with varying degrees of control. So its no surprise that skiers and cyclists in particular have taken to the speed shade look. Athletes have been wearing wraparound shades for years, but it wasnt until recently t…
2 days ago · From Powder
Every day at POWDER, we have the privilege to escape into skiing. Whether that happens in the mountains on a storm day or on the tailgate of a truck in a melted out parking lot or in the pages of our magazine, we have a place to go where nothing else matters but the next Read MoreSource: Powder
2 days ago · From Powder
Many people are stuck at home right now, and lots of parents are doing double-duty as teachers and daycare specialists. Eric Pollard, professional skier, filmer, and designer, is one of these parents, too. So, what is he to do? Impromptu art lessons of course. Here he teaches his two daughters to de…
3 days ago · From Powder
Residing in Rossland, British Columbia, Ashley Voykin quietly documents the landscapes and terrain each winter at Red Mountain Resort. Voykin began shooting for Red at the age of 19, after taking the plunge into professional photography. Three years later she continues to create work spanning multip…
4 days ago · From Powder
Closed boundaries have divided skiers as those inside the borders and those outsideSource: Powder
5 days ago · From Powder
Even in a series dedicated to skiing the Fifty Classic Ski Descents of North America, it bears repeating that the Skillet Glacier route on Mount Moran is a genuine, bona fide, certified classic. The line sticks out, a continuous descent from peak to water, from just about anywhere on Jackson Lake. I…
6 days ago · From Powder
Powder Senior Photographer Nic Alegre grew up in East Hampton, New York. After graduating from Villanova in 2008 with a BA in history, he lived in the East Village of Manhattan and worked in advertising and publishing. Eventually, he followed his instincts west and spent several years in Whistler an…
6 days ago · From Powder
Skating uses similar balance points, engages many of the same muscle groups from skiing, and many moves use the same body position.Source: Powder
6 days ago · From Powder
With warming temperatures and receding snowlines, many skiers are stowing their gear for the season. Sure, there’s tacky singletrack to ride and surf to catch, but as states ease their coronavirus restrictions, there are still a few chairs left to ride. Here’s a list of open resorts in t…
6 days ago · From Powder
CAIC reported the victim was in very steep northeast facing terrain and was carried into trees where he sustained injuries.Source: Powder
6 days ago · From Powder
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