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Jimmy Chin Gets Sandbagged in YETI’s Short Film
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Jimmy Chin Gets Sandbagged in YETI’s Short Film

Jimmy Chin Gets Sandbagged in YETI’s Short Film

When a guy like Jimmy Chin says he’s out of his comfort zone that means a lot. Even though he’s summited Everest multiple times, put down the first ascent on Meru, crossed the Chang Tang Plateau on foot, and won a shiny Academy Award, Chin still hasn’t done it all. In an interview, he was once asked what’s next on the list, and he replied, “get barreled.” When photographer Jeff Johnson heard that, he assembled an all star team—Mark Healey, Jon Rose, Keith Malloy, and Dan Malloy—to get Chin in

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VIDEO: Todd and Kai Jones Talk Skiing w/Dan Egan
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VIDEO: Todd and Kai Jones Talk Skiing w/Dan Egan

VIDEO: Todd and Kai Jones Talk Skiing w/Dan Egan

John and Dan Egan are both legends in the ski community, having appeared in Warren Miller films, numerous commercials, and high-profile competitions around the world. These days, John is an executive at Vermont's Sugarbush Resort and Dan is working on skiclinics.com, a website specializing in skiing-focused adventure travel and clinics. RELATED: Check out the trailer for Dan is also hosting a video podcast, Ski Talk with Dan Egan on pugski.com, in which he talks with various interesting

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VIDEO: Huge Albino Moose Spotted in Eastern Ontario
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VIDEO: Huge Albino Moose Spotted in Eastern Ontario

VIDEO: Huge Albino Moose Spotted in Eastern Ontario

Depending on where you live, an encounter with a wild moose can be either a daily occurrence or a once-in-a-lifetime event. However, an encounter with an albino moose is a universal rarity. Out of roughly 1,000,000 moose in North America, experts estimate that only one in 100,000 displays albinism. RELATED: Black Bear Investigates Hikers in Mexico That said, there may be areas where albinism is more common among the moose population, such as southeastern Idaho. So, if spotting an albino moose