Jack Wiley, the young ripper out of Jackson Hole, just released a very comprehensive 2017 season edit. Wiley covers all the bases from riding creative urban spots, cliff drops, backcountry booters and more. Not to mention Wiley sent a couple of pristine doubles, and the epic sunset backdrop didn't hurt the eyes either. Unfortunately, Jack ended his season with a pretty rough knee injury. Hoping the best, and we'll surely be seeing more quality snowboarding out of this youngster!
James Dean Stavro doesn’t just send hard, he sends big. Watch him huck a backflip off an 870-foot waterfall in the Southern Alps of New Zealand. Cameraman Jamie Richards helps capture this epic base-jump. Right on, fellas - this is cool.
One might not think of Africa as a snowy place, but a cold front has blown into the western cape of South Africa, and according to the dudes who shot this video, it’s the biggest storm they’ve seen in ten years. And they totally made the most of it, while also capturing some pretty rad visuals along the way. RELATED: July Skiing Happened in Vermont and It's Hilarious Check out an official news report on this newfound "winter wonderland."
Since the 80s’ Windells Academy has been known for fostering young talent within the ski and snowboard community. The Mt. Hood-based academy which brings students to incredible ski areas like Park City, Utah; Summit County, Colorado; Lake Tahoe, California; and Whistler, British Columbia was already the envy of every young grom. Just when we thought the program couldn’t become any cooler, Windells just announced that they’ll be adding a Big Mountain Ski and Snowboard Program to their high