After trying and almost managing to land a backflip off the nose of Corbet's Couloir at the 2018 and 2019 iterations of Kings & Queens, Veronica Paulsen has clearly figured it out. The third athlete to drop, she found a spot of soft snow and nailed the rotation.
Congratulations to Veronica on the stomp! Will she be named this year's Queen? There's no telling until Saturday's athlete judging party.
Little Cottonwood Canyon and Alta Ski Resort in Utah have been having quite the week. A natural avalanche inundated Alta's parking lot last week and the ski resort just surpassed 400 inches of snow this season, with eight new inches to top it off. These additional few inches kicked off a massive avalanche that came barreling over a cliffside across the street from Alta yesterday. RELATED: Natural Avalanche Sweeps Through Alta Parking Lot No one was injured in the slide, but the Utah
Three people have sadly passed away this weekend in two separate incidents in Colorado: two people in an avalanche and one as the result of a fall. The two avalanche fatalities bring the season total up to 16 in the state. RELATED: Vail Skier Dies After Freak Chairlift Accident The two victims were riding motorized snowbikes with a friend when all three were caught in a large avalanche. The third person was able to dig themselves out of the debris near the top but the other two were carried
Saturday, February 15th dawned clear and crisp at Arapahoe Basin, as do most mornings in the Sunshine State. One of the last remaining independent ski resorts in Colorado was about to be inundated by skiers exclusively clad in their very best Canadian Tuxedos. RELATED: Watch a Skier Demonstrate the Danger of Tree Wells By early afternoon, 80 skiers had gathered at the top of the Pallavicini lift to set a record for the most people skiing at one time in jeans (no official record had