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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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Alta and Snowbird Closed Due to Too Much Snow
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Alta and Snowbird Closed Due to Too Much Snow

Alta and Snowbird Closed Due to Too Much Snow

Nope, that’s not a joke. Up to five inches of snow an hour fell in the Wasatch on Monday, forcing Alta and Snowbird to close early due too much snow and high avalanche risk. Storm totals reached upwards of two feet. A natural avalanche ran in the White Pine area of Little Cottonwood Canyon, forcing a road closure to remove debris and continue mitigation work. Skiers and snowboarders were forced to remain up the canyon and indoors until 6 p.m. before heading down. RELATED: Watch The Freeride

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Skier Dies on Popular Colorado Fourteener
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Skier Dies on Popular Colorado Fourteener

Skier Dies on Popular Colorado Fourteener

The Summit Daily News is reporting the death of a man on Quandary Peak, a popular 14er just south of Breckenridge, Colorado on Sunday. The man was skiing with a partner when he sustained critical injuries at 13,400 feet. His injuries remain unknown. RELATED: Lucas Merli Talks About the Scariest Rescue of His Life A search and rescue team led by the Summit County Rescue Group responded to the call around noon and dispatched a Flight For Life Helicopter to provide advanced life support. He was

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FWT Hakuba Results and Replay
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FWT Hakuba Results and Replay

FWT Hakuba Results and Replay

With near-perfect conditions and a legendary lineup of skiers and snowboarders, the first stop of the 2019 Freeride World Tour went off with a bang in Hakuba, Japan. Of course, Japan and January are synonymous with Japow, but it’s rare for a freeride competition to go down with such perfect snow. Everything lined up perfectly to allow athletes to tee off big tricks and stylish riding, leaving Travis Rice, Markus Eder, Arianna Tricomi and Anna Orlova atop the podium. RELATED: World Class -