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Why We Skin Up Mountains

When the lifts stop is ski season over. Noooo!!! For a lot of us we can ski all the way into late July and August. You just have to work at it a little more. the best part about spring hiking at a resort is no crowd and deep Pow. Montana has been having a killer winter and seems it will not quit. This video is from Yesterday April 5, 2018 at Showdown mountain in the Little Belts. This day was actually the best and deepest we have had all season.Never quit skiing and when it does melt.....grab a mountain bike and ride lifts again!

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In Between Chemo & a Double Mastectomy, This Woman Went Skiing…A Lot
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In Between Chemo & a Double Mastectomy, This Woman Went Skiing…A Lot

In Between Chemo & a Double Mastectomy, This Woman Went Skiing…A Lot

A single drop of blood fell to the snow, making a hollow plop. Halfway up hiking a backcountry run, Dina Mishev stared down at the lone drop of red on white. More blood pooled to the point of her nose. Dina watched as another drop fell, joining the first one on the snow. The blood stared back at her, a reminder of all the reasons why she couldn’t let herself stop climbing. Fresh from her second round of chemo a few days prior, Mishev was actively ignoring the pain, nausea and exhaustion

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Reflecting Back on One of Chamonix’s Best Seasons Ever
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Reflecting Back on One of Chamonix’s Best Seasons Ever

Reflecting Back on One of Chamonix’s Best Seasons Ever

Ah, the land of croissants and red wine. Chamonix, France is to extreme skiing as Yosemite is to rock climbing, or Pipeline is to surfing. In a nutshell, the legendary mountains surrounding Mont Blanc have drawn the attention of the world’s best skiers and snowboarders looking to ride the biggest lines of their lives. Each year, a veritable pilgrimage of riders convenes in this magical valley in the French Alps to put their alpine skills to the test. So far, the 2017-18 season turned out

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36 Days Later, the Red Bull Der Lange Weg Team Finishes Their Ski Traverse
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36 Days Later, the Red Bull Der Lange Weg Team Finishes Their Ski Traverse

36 Days Later, the Red Bull Der Lange Weg Team Finishes Their Ski Traverse

For the last month, a team of the world’s best ski mountaineers has been out achieving the impossible: a ski traverse of the Alps. The long way. On March 17, the team of seven skiers left Reichenau an der Rax, a small town near Vienna, and started walking towards Nice, France. The team was made up of Bernhard Hug, Philipp Reiter, David Wallman, and Jackson’s own Mark and Janelle Smiley. Their route crossed dozens of major peaks like Austria’s 3798m Großglockner along the way, covering 1070