We all love our tiny homes and adventure vans, but it's too rare that we get to see a real, live treehouse for adults. But the guys over at Treehouse Masters built up this sick treehouse deep in the woods of the Pacific Northwest near Crystal Mountain designed as a family ski house.
With an outdoor fireplace, 200 square-foot deck, hidden bedroom, and all sandwiched on top of an old Douglas Fir with a hanging double chair to boot, it's a place you'll definitely wish was yours.
From The Column: Base Camp
To us skiers, there are certain zones that simply hold such a heavy presence in our minds that they are hard to not think about arcing perfect tracks down. Think Jackson’s Pucker Face, Verbier’s Bec De Rosses, or for those who have ever skied in BC: Kicking Horse’s Ozone Face. Wait, Ozone? Isn’t that the permanently closed avalanche zone above the resort, that has lured a few poachers here and there, but hasn’t seen any real tracks in years? Yes, but after this year’s Freeride World Tour
After raising some eyebrows by deciding to host its Olympic Hospitality Program for the 2018 Winter Olympics in Jackson Hole, Wyoming–just over 5,700 miles away from where the Winter Games are actually being held in South Korea–NBC has again decided to pivot by moving the hospitality program in the middle of the Olympic program to another famous winter destination: Cabo San Lucas. NBC's Olympic Hospitality events are a fantastic wine-and-dine experience for the company's biggest programming
Zahan Billimoria's livelihood requires him to be at the top of his game, so he turned his garage into his "dojo." Quinn Banks photo. As you may recall, we here at TGR are quite fond of mountain guide/coach/mountaineer/all-around badass Zahan Billimoria of Exum Mountain Guides. Billimoria has been working for over a decade keeping athletes, filmers and vacationers alike safe in the Tetons, while ticking off a hefty list of impressive accomplishments on his own, including a 12-hour round trip