Have you ever been on a chairlift and thought to yourself, “gee I wish I could be sharing this experience with seven of my best friends.” I haven’t. But if that notion excites you then you’d better plan a trip to New Hampshire next winter because Loon Mountain is constructing the holy grail of chairlifts. They’re about to be proud owners of a snazzy new eight-seat D-Line Doppelmayr chair. It’s got all the bells and whistles: heated seats, a bubble to keep the frozen rain off you, and moves up the mountain like a Maserati on the Autobahn. It's a stark departure from those adorable two-seater chairs we've come to love on the east, but we can't blame Loon for wanting heated seats. They're a game-changer!
Angel and John Collinson were raised with the same understanding for the rules of the mountain. As they grew older, they were given the freedom to ski the mountain on their own terms. In this video, Angel and John talk about their approaches to skiing and chasing their passions. Whether it’s just enjoying the process or exploring the creative freedom of skiing we can all relate the Collinsons in some way. Although they might have different approaches to skiing, their love for the mountains is
After waiting in anticipation, riders Sam Reynolds, Clemens Kaudela, Theo Erlangsen, and Vincent Tupin reveal the 2021 Darkfest course in Stellenbosch, South Africa. With a combination of high stoke, smooth lines, and jumps bigger than ever, there’s no doubt that we will be getting great content all week.