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Remembering Hayden Kennedy and Inge Perkins

The departures of Hayden Kennedy and Inge Perkins after an avalanche accident in the Montana backcountry just over three weeks ago have left a gaping hole in the mountain community. Both Hayden and Inge influenced so many in the climbing and skiing community through their down-to-earth personalities and pervasive stoke for what they did. Not to mention, they were both incredibly accomplished athletes who constantly took their sport to the next level. Filmmaker Anson Fogel remembers Hayden and Inge with a collection of touching footage showing the side of their lives they was famous for, but that very few actually got to experience. 

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Video: The Funny Truth About Buying A Mountain Bike
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Video: The Funny Truth About Buying A Mountain Bike

Video: The Funny Truth About Buying A Mountain Bike

IFHT Films knows a thing or two about mountain bike humor, and their latest short tells exactly what it’s like to get into the world of mountain biking. It goes something like this: see someone else having fun on a bike, buy sh***y bike, hate it. Buy better bike, break it. Buy nice bike, love it. Get hooked on the sport and empty your wallet on it. We can all relate, can’t we? RELATED: Micayla Gatto + IFHT Films = Kendrick Lamar and Bikes

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Sacred Strides: Southwest Tribes Unite to Protect Bears Ears
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Sacred Strides: Southwest Tribes Unite to Protect Bears Ears

Sacred Strides: Southwest Tribes Unite to Protect Bears Ears

see the full story here Last December, US government enacted the most substantial reduction of public lands our nation has ever seen. The public outcry following the loss of 85% of Bears Ears and 46% of Grand Escalante National Monuments was loud, but there is often one voice that is overshadowed by the masses. For Native Americans, this decision was more than a tragic loss of public lands. It’s a loss of an area that has been considered sacred for centuries, and they refuse to merely watch

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Park City Reclaims Shot-Ski World Record from Breckenridge
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Park City Reclaims Shot-Ski World Record from Breckenridge

Park City Reclaims Shot-Ski World Record from Breckenridge

In the most recent installment of what seems to be a constant game of one-upmanship, Park City has yet again unseated Breckenridge as the home of the world’s longest shot-ski.  Not to be outdone after having its 2016 record broken by Breckenridge at the 2017 Ullrfest, Park City’s local Rotary Club teamed up with High West Distillery. The team filled 1,275 shot glasses with double rye whiskey to be downed in relative unison, and knocked them all back. RELATED: Car Camper Hosts