The Aspen boys that call themselves The Freaks have been milking the conditions of the Colorado backcountry, climbing and skiing massive lines in deep snow. Skiers Victor Major and Baker Boyd put this together with the help of camera wizard Ben Moscona in one day in the backcountry. Moscona says that one run was accidentally skied with ski boots set in walk mode; can you guess which one?
The name Treadway has been synonymous with big mountain skiing for over two decades, and let's just say it doesn't look like the name is going anywhere. Adrenaline junkie, big mountain skiing legend, and self-proclaimed "sledneck" Dan Treadway has become known for logging some of the biggest sends on both his snowmobile and skis in British Columbia. Now in his early 40s and with a three-year-old of his own, Dan is getting an early start on getting his son hooked on a life we all aspire to.
Ski mountaineer Tanner 'Full Throttle' Flanagan shares some of the advantages and disadvantages of approaching your backcountry ski line from the bottom up, and from the top down. Both have their time and place. G3 University is a free online learning area stacked with entertaining and educational videos and blogs across a broad spectrum of winter backcountry topics. Immerse yourself in backcountry tips and tricks from our seasoned G3 ambassadors, guide partners and engineers at
Leo Taillefer is a madman. He skis how you picture yourself skiing in your dreams. The guy packs more tricks and lofty airs into single runs that most people get in a week. From steep chutes, tight trees, and the natural terrain park that is Val d'Isere the Frenchman casually throws a plethora of double backies, spins, and butters. Watch and step into the boundless mind of Leo Taillefer in his season recap of the "LEO's LINE" web show.