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Tanner Hall Straight Airs a Big Ol’ Pillow Line

If there's anyone whose dedication to skiing has outlived any injury attempting to take them down, Tanner Hall would be candidate #1. Despite being firmly placed in his 30's now, and having had multitudinous knee surgeries, broken ankles, and other ailments, Hall is still looking for action. Here he straight lines an impressive pillow line with his signature steez. 

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Remember When Cody Townsend Skied in Front of an Eclipse
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Remember When Cody Townsend Skied in Front of an Eclipse

Remember When Cody Townsend Skied in Front of an Eclipse

With the impending eclipse only three days away, it's time to remember when the impossible happened. Follow Cody Townsend, Chris Reubens and Brody Leven to Svalbard with photographer Reuben Krabbe, whose singular focus of capturing an image of the eclipse with skiers in front of the sun and moon drives the film’s narrative.  Do you think anyone will top this photo? 

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Jackson Just Reminded Us That There Are Only 100 Days til Opening
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Jackson Just Reminded Us That There Are Only 100 Days til Opening

Jackson Just Reminded Us That There Are Only 100 Days til Opening

Jackson Hole just released their 100-day countdown video to opening day, and it’s got us hype to snap into our bindings and start shredding our home mountain for the 2017/18 season. If it’s anything like last year, or even if its not, we can’t wait to get after it. The video takes you through every aspect of Jackson: the immaculate corduroy covered in cowboy pow, the steep glades, the cliffed out chutes, the wide open bowls, the tram powering people 4,000 feet up the mountain, and the tips of

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Footage of the East Coast’s Gnarliest Storm of the Season
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Footage of the East Coast’s Gnarliest Storm of the Season

Footage of the East Coast’s Gnarliest Storm of the Season

While everyone talked nonstop about Jackon’s 600” year and the insane pow blanketing the Wasatch, the east coast sneaked up on skiers and experienced a massive blizzard around Valentine’s Day. A place usually known for icy steeps, tricky glades, and relatively smaller slopes suddenly became all time, as the blizzard dropped up to four feet of hero snow in places like Smuggler’s Notch and Mad River Glen. News reports warned people to stay in their homes unless they had an “extremely compelling