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This Woman Set out the Climb The Alps’ 82 Highest Peaks in A Year

Liv Sansoz lives life the extreme, plain and simple. Whether its winning two World Championships in sport climbing, battling injuries, base jumping, gnarly ski mountaineering descents, or her quest to climb all 82 4,000 meter peaks in the Alps in a year, she never seems to tire. Speaking of that quest, Sansoz started off strong before suffering frostbite on her toes halfway through the endeavor, putting a halt to her skiing and climbing.

Watch the full version of Salomon’s newest Salomon TV episode to find out her whole story.

Wow… This is incredible. This is not something everyone can do and not something someone as old as she can do. She has done this task even after a severe fall she had a year ago. Her dedication and determination are so inspiring.
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Faction Skier Duncan Adam’s Season Edit is Fire
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Faction Skier Duncan Adam’s Season Edit is Fire

Faction Skier Duncan Adam’s Season Edit is Fire

It’s the dog days of summer, and here we are dreaming of bottomless pow days and hitting booters under blue skies. Duncan Adams probably is too, though it surely looks like he didn’t miss out on that this past winter. Whether it was filming for Faction’s This is Home, or simply shredding around with friends in BC, Montana, Utah, Washington, or Verbier, he never ceases to lay down the steeze. RELATED: Faction's This is Home Will Blow Your Mind If there's two things Adams is good at, its

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Things are Getting Spicy Down in New Zealand
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Things are Getting Spicy Down in New Zealand

Things are Getting Spicy Down in New Zealand

Related: Skiing New Zealand Through The Eyes of Sam Smoothy Spice merchant Sam "Ibex" Lee is on the hunt for some peppers down south in New Zealand. Lucky for the freerider, he doesn’t need to look too far—Treble Cone has got the goods. The ski resort is chock full of spicy lines just waiting to be claimed, and Lee wastes no time. No surprise that this kind of Kiwi terrain has fostered other prominent skiers like our very own Sam Smoothy, check out what he has to say about shredding in his

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Aymar Navarro’s South Lines is Back, and its GOOD
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Aymar Navarro’s South Lines is Back, and its GOOD

Aymar Navarro’s South Lines is Back, and its GOOD

Each summer, those of us twiddling our thumbs waiting for snow in the northern hemisphere are treated to a visual feast courtesy of Aymar Navarro absolutely slaying big mountain lines in South America. This summer, nothing has changed. Navarro and photographer Txema Trull are back at it, chasing snow around the Andes and hunting the skinniest couloirs they can find. Thanks to some recent heavy snow and good conditions, they dropped Episode 1 of this year’s edition of South Lines. The couloirs