Alex Yoder is one of those snowboarders who transcend even snowboarding itself: he’s a lot more than just that Jackson dude who rides weirdly shaped boards. As one of Patagonia’s snow ambassadors, he recently traveled to Scotland, hopped in a van with Marie-France Roy, and set out to explore the mountains. Along the way, he learns a few lessons about Scotland’s approach to universal land access and how personal accountability allows for people to responsibly enjoy the beautiful mountains in many ways.
Hey skiers & snowboarders! Crystal Wright here from Wright Training here in Jackson Hole. This is the fifth installment of our nine-part TGR Ski & Snowboard Training Camp, which will get in you killer shape to crush the slopes this winter with minimal equipment and gym experience. Today we'll be focusing on the Square Drill, a drill you might remember from middle school soccer and which trains your quickness and agility in order to improve your ability to make rapid successive movements on
There was no rabbit in sight, only a forest of frosted trees floating in a sea of untouched white. No paw prints in the snow or sight of the tweed coat clad hare, instead a rarely traveled path split the forest and led into the mountains, and that’s where it all began. “A couple years ago I went exploring the eastern side of the Cascades,” claims 686 Team Manager Pat McCarthy. This initial journey convinced Pat to gather the team and survey a new range to ride. He enlisted riders Sammy
On the surface, Whistler-based Mason Mashon lives a charmed life. If you follow his adventures from the peripheral world of Instagram the 32-year old who refuses to be defined by any one term—mountain biker snowboarder photographer artist TV host—appears to always be at the centre of something radical. Read and watch the full digital feature on Orage.com He’s surfing in Central America with his long-time girlfriend Diane. He’s photographing A-level freeride mountain bikers in remote B.C.