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Video: Snowboarding through the Alps with the Volcom Crew

Watch as Volcom riders Arthur Longo, Mike Ravelson and Olivier Gittler make their way through the Swiss and Austrian Alps while capturing the magic of traveling through Europe via train. 

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Whether you're a fan of snowboarding down endless spring corn, skateboarding through the heart of historic Zurich, or paragliding high over St. Anton in Austria, this beautifully shot documentary by filmmaker Seth Huot is a must watch. Be warned, it will make you seriously consider dropping everything and buying a one way ticket across the pond.

It doesn't matter if they're in Europe or back in their home mountains, these snowboarders always seem to be getting after it. Here’s what we found from scrubbing through their Instagram. 

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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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Whistler Got 151 Inches of Snow in December, Check Out the Action
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Whistler Got 151 Inches of Snow in December, Check Out the Action

Whistler Got 151 Inches of Snow in December, Check Out the Action

It’s been a historically white December in Whistler, so white in fact that the 151 inches of snow that fell last month have beaten out the previous record of 149 inches that fell in 1994. Whistler Blackcomb spokesman Marc Riddell had this to say about Snowcember: “It was a phenomenal holiday period and we’ve got a great base to start the season, particularly given the snow we’ve had in the first days of January.” He added, “It took some time to arrive this season, but it’s not letting

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The Freeride World Tour Kicks off In Hakuba, Japan This Week
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The Freeride World Tour Kicks off In Hakuba, Japan This Week

The Freeride World Tour Kicks off In Hakuba, Japan This Week

The wait is finally over. After almost a year of waiting, we finally get to watch some of the best freeride skiers and snowboarders on the planet huck their carcasses on the world stage again. The Freeride World Tour, freeriding’s preeminent competition circuit, returns to Hakuba, Japan this week to kick off the 2019 season. RELATED: Here Are the Top 5 Cliff Drops From Last Year's FWT With an already stacked athlete roster, FWT also just announced two additional wild cards. Local