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You Can Surf In the Morning and Ride Big Bear For Just $35

Red Bull's Switchboard is the action-sports-enthusiast/college student's dream event. For the low price of $35, participants get to surf SoCal waves in the morning, eat a catered breakfast, and then hop on a shuttle bus up to Big Bear Mountain for an afternoon of shredding. It's hard to imagine a more perfect day.  

Related: Chasing Icons at Big Bear

Space is limited to 300 participants, so get your tickets here before the event kicks off on March 23rd.  

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Man Survives For Weeks On Saltine Sandwiches
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Man Survives For Weeks On Saltine Sandwiches

Man Survives For Weeks On Saltine Sandwiches

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​Jackson Hole Pens Open Letter On Record Skier Visits

​Jackson Hole Pens Open Letter On Record Skier Visits

Jackson Hole's iconic Corbet's Couloir - no pun intended. Wikipedia photo. With the introduction of the Ikon Pass for the ’18-’19 winter season, many locals at resorts across the West have felt the impacts of more people on the mountain, parking struggles, and a general disbelief at the scene before their eyes. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s new president, Mary Kate Buckley, wrote an opinion piece for the JH News and Guide detailing the local impacts of the Ikon Pass at our home mountain.

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Man Defends Size, Shape of Powder Turns

Man Defends Size, Shape of Powder Turns

TREBLE CONE, New Zealand — An American couple on ski holiday in New Zealand nearly broke up Wednesday after a fight erupted over the impressive size and girth of a random stranger’s powder turns. The argument occurred as Mary Ellis, 28, and her 29-year-old boyfriend, Matt Partridge, were riding up a quad chairlift at New Zealand’s Treble Cone Ski Area when she offhandedly complimented another skiers “technique.” RELATED: Does The Size of My Boyfriend's Skis Matter? “Some random skier was