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Video: Aymar Navarro Shreds a Volcanic Crater

If you haven't noticed, we're a huge fan of Aymar Navarro's antics. The Spaniard, who's no stranger to steep and sketchy descents, has been bagging gnarly lines all over South America for his South Lines project. 

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We're sad to see the project come to an end, but not surprised that his grand finale is his boldest skiing yet. For the last episode, Navarro shreds the crater of Puyehue volcano, and things get a little spicy. 

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Escape To The Icy Steeps of Chamonix With Sam Favret’s Waking Dream
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Escape To The Icy Steeps of Chamonix With Sam Favret’s Waking Dream

Escape To The Icy Steeps of Chamonix With Sam Favret’s Waking Dream

It’s not new that skiers and snowboarders have been riding the edge in Chamonix for many years, but a few years ago, a film emerged that truly showcased that edge in all its raw, rugged, extreme beauty. Sam Favret and Julien “Pica” Herry’s 2017 masterpiece brought us right into the heart of steep riding in one of the gnarliest places on the planet, into a sort of dream state where things we never thought possible do in fact occur. RELATED: Watch More Full Length Ski and Snowboard Films Right

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VIDEO: Benedikt Böhm Skied Across the Alps In 36 Hours
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VIDEO: Benedikt Böhm Skied Across the Alps In 36 Hours

VIDEO: Benedikt Böhm Skied Across the Alps In 36 Hours

I know, I know, skimo racing is super dorky. It involves Lycra, skinny skis, and lots of walking. But you have to admit, moving light and fast through the mountains is pretty impressive when it means you can traverse an ENTIRE mountain range in one push. Ski mountaineer and Dynafit GM Benedikt Böhm did just that last March, finishing a Transalp ski route in just under 36 hours. He’s skied Manaslu, set a speed record on Dhaulagiri VII, and done the whole Transalp thing before, so it’s no

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How Does Cody Townsend Make ‘The Fifty Project’ Happen?
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How Does Cody Townsend Make ‘The Fifty Project’ Happen?

How Does Cody Townsend Make ‘The Fifty Project’ Happen?

The everyday backcountry skier/snowboarder might perceive much of  as unattainable. But even though Cody Townsend is a professional athlete, he's using everyday resources that are accessible to everyone. In celebration of the halfway mark of the series, Townsend dives into the research, planning, and preparation it takes to make each ski line safe and successful. Spoiler alert: these kinds of missions are not impossible, it just takes a bit of commitment. RELATED: 6.5 Earthquake Near Boise