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Noah Albaladejo Shreds Insanely Skinny Couloir

What the what. Noah Albaladejo is sending so hard. I mean, this couloir is skinny as f*ck. Also, let’s not forget to mention that he’s totally scraping his skis - you’ve got to admire Noah’s commitment to this Andorran line. Right on, man! 

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Watch: Sage Cattabriga-Alosa’s Full Elemental Film
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Watch: Sage Cattabriga-Alosa’s Full Elemental Film

Watch: Sage Cattabriga-Alosa’s Full Elemental Film

ELEMENTAL from Sage Cattabriga-Alosa on Vimeo. Sage Cattabriga-Alosa rips. Whether it is BC pillows, unimaginably large Alaskan spine faces, or desert freeriding, he puts his mark on a mountain face like a true master. Wait, desert freeriding? Like on bikes? Yup. For those of you that haven’t figured this part out yet, Sage is quite the accomplished mountain biker. Living in the two-wheeled hotbed of Bend, Oregon surely helps, but hanging out and riding with professional mountain bikers

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Teton SAR Make Their Second Rescue of the Season
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Teton SAR Make Their Second Rescue of the Season

Teton SAR Make Their Second Rescue of the Season

For the second time in as many days, Teton County Search and Rescue responded to a call from an injured skier Saturday afternoon, reports the Jackson Hole News & Guide. The 36-year-old managed to get his “ski tips [stuck] in the snow, and hit his head and crashed pretty hard,” said Teton County Undersheriff Matt Carr who also mentioned that the man was “complaining of a head injury and some pain in his spinal area.” The patient was retrieved via helicopter, transferred to an ambulance and

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Explore the Pioneer Legacy of Alberta’s SkiBig3
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Explore the Pioneer Legacy of Alberta’s SkiBig3

Explore the Pioneer Legacy of Alberta’s SkiBig3

Story by Matt Coté If this were Instagram, the scene before me might seem cliché. My ski tips dangle over a cornice while a steep, blue spine screams back up in the key of ecstatic tension. ER3 is one of Lake Louise Ski Resort’s marquee big-mountain lines in what feels like an endless amphitheater of cascading geology. The Canadian Rockies are some of the youngest mountains on the planet, and the Earth’s strata are on display like it’s been dissected. If I turn 180 degrees though,