The link between racial inequality and the outdoors. Even though Jeremy and Selema share a passion for snowboarding, their experience with the sport has not been synonymous. In this intimate conversation over Sierra Nevadas, Selema recounts firsthand encounters of prejudice on and off the mountain. The two athletes explore the idea of racial justice and its relevance to the outdoors. Journey>Reward is presented by Sierra Nevada Brewing Company.
Every ski town has that crusty old dude that everyone knows. You can still find him ripping up the slopes in his knit cap and his 75 underfoot skis day after day, talking about the "good old days of skiing powder." Vital Films' new project chronicles an icon of the same sorts, back to the mountain after his days of ski bumming and shenanigans cost him a few years in the big house. follows a star of the same name, who even after all this time, can land a cork in the park, even if he might have
Like most good ideas, the catalyst for the Women of Winter speaker series came unexpectedly. Founder Christeen Walch was catching up with two co-workers in the locker room after teaching a day of ski lessons at Montana’s Yellowstone Club. Sitting on one side of her was Francesca Pavillard-Cain, a professional skier who had just come back from filming in Chile with a Warren Miller crew. On the other side was Carly Jo Hougen, a fine artist who was creating stunning top sheets for Icelantic
Know what time of year it is, folks? That's right, it's Freeride World Tour time. Well, actually it's Freeride World Qualifier time, but that means it's almost Tour time. The first Qualifier event takes place in Hakuba Japan today. With better weather than they've seen the last couple of days and more snow than last year, we should see some incredible riding from the athletes. The rankings currently have Isaac Freeland and Arianna Tricomi in first for skiing and Nils Mindich and Marion Haerty