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Southern Storm: Aaron Rice skis Argentinian powder on his way to 2.5 million vertical feet in 2016

In Argentina, nothing quite works the way it’s intended to and everything takes a bit longer than it otherwise should. But eventually you end up where you’re supposed to be.

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Southern Storm: Aaron Rice skis Argentinian powder on his way to 2.5 million vertical feet in 2016

“You need to buy the ticket when you get there," the nice woman at the bus terminal told me. The computer wasn't letting her buy the second leg of my bus trip from Bariloche to Las Leñas, or at least … [Read More...]

Old Farmer’s Almanac 2017 winter weather report: is it more accurate than last year’s?

The 2017 Old Farmer’s Almanac is out, and with it comes the annual discussion about whether their winter weather predictions are accurate or may need to be taken with a hefty grain of salt. The … [Read More...]

Summer Stashes: Mt. Owen still holds the goods in July

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Cinema Season: The Winter Wildlands Alliance preps for Backcountry Film Festival submissions

Autumn is right around the corner. With the cooling temps comes the beginning of film festival season, a time for generating stoke for the approaching winter. One organization prepping for a cinematic … [Read More...]

Summer Stashes: Celebrating friendship with summer turns at Colorado’s Rollins Pass

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