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March Madness in Jackson Hole

With over 200“ of snow since January 28th and over 400” on the season, it's March Madness in Jackson Hole! With one of our deepest snowpacks in history plus loads of events all month long, you have no excuse to miss March Madness in Jackson Hole.

From The Series: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

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Answered: How Did Candide Ski on that Wave?
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Answered: How Did Candide Ski on that Wave?

Answered: How Did Candide Ski on that Wave?

Candide Thovex and Audi's is chock-full of shots which strain credulity. Did Candide really land that double-backflip to dirt? How did he manage to ski at top speed into that hut? Did he catch that wave on his skis? Accusations of overt editing have plagued the Flying Frenchman since the series, but his new behind-the-scenes series is pulling back the curtain on his enigmatic edits. RELATED: Behind the Scenes of Candide's New Ski the World Series One of the more mind-boggling shots from

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How Speed Flying Has Become A Tool For the Chamonix Elite
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How Speed Flying Has Become A Tool For the Chamonix Elite

How Speed Flying Has Become A Tool For the Chamonix Elite

The funny thing about Chamonix isn’t that it’s home to some of the most extreme sh** you’ll ever see in the action sports world. It’s that the vast majority of the visitors to this tiny French mountain town are actually international tourists intent on taking the famous tram up the Aiguille du Midi to take a photo of Mont Blanc – and eat some crepes and croissants. Hop on the Telepherique with your skis any day in May, and you’ll likely be surrounded by a mass of tourists speaking in a

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KC Deane Rides the Hydrological Cycle in ‘Meltdown’
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KC Deane Rides the Hydrological Cycle in ‘Meltdown’

KC Deane Rides the Hydrological Cycle in ‘Meltdown’

From the beginning of time when water first appeared, it has been in continuous motion. From the sky, to land, to sea, and back again the endless cycle continues on forever. Much like water, pro-skier and mountain biker, KC Deane is on an infinite ride flowing from snow to land and back Deane gets playful on a natural pond skim. Sean Cochran Photo. The fun doesn't have to stop when you run out of snow, as Deane demonstrates.