Cascade Concrete, aka that heavy maritime snow that blesses the flanks of Mt. Baker, does make for some pretty epic riding conditions, especially when there are feet upon feet of it. This crew of Baker locals scored an exemplary season of it, and their dreamy edit of powder, pillows, and big backcountry booters has me wishing it would all come sooner.
It's pretty crazy to see a bit of what it was like to be a snowboarder back in the day, before it was fully 'accepted' as a respected snowsports discipline (at least in Canada...). And now, how far it has come. RELATED: The Most Challenging Line Jeremy Jones has Ever Ridden The sport has progressed from being an activity that, according to this newscast, was performed by "a bunch of smart alecs lipping off" to being a valued sport practiced by some of the best athletes in the world (who,
Each year, the World Ski and Snowboard Festival up in Whistler, British Columbia, is a proving ground for some of the most original ski filmmakers across the globe. For the "Intersection" film contest, the organizers of WSSF decide to make things a bit more interesting for entrants by strapping them with a unique set of criteria for submissions: All entrants into the Intersection contest have a week to put together a 5-7 minute video edit, filmed entirely within 100 kilometers of Whistler.
We just wrapped one hell of a season at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort here in TGR's backyard in Jackson, Wyoming. The 2017-2018 season started with a bang with multiple November powder days, and didn't really let up from there with countless deep days and wild events like the inaugural Kings and Queens of Corbet's making the season one to remember. In a wonderful coincidence, JHMR had a storybook ending–the resort was sitting at a notch over 490" of snow on the season before a closing day