Photo of the Day: Blinded by the White


Dana Flahr gets blinded. Alta backcountry, Utah | Photo: Adam Clark

Photo of the Day: Seaside Snow


Henrik Windstedt cuts in over Stranda’s villages. Stranda, Norway | Photo: Mattias Fredriksson

Photo of the Day: Green Machine


Tim Black charges Baker’s trees. Mt. Baker backcountry, Wash. | Photo: Jasper Gibson

Photo of the Day: Waisted


Andy Mahre gets waisted. Revelstoke, B.C. | Photo: Grant Gunderson

Photo of the Day: Face Full of White


Ben Peters gets his fill and more. Days Fork, Utah | Photo: Jim Harris

Video: Glen Plake’s Chamonix


“Chamonix has a reputation worldwide as one of the greatest ski towns on earth; a lot of serious skiing, serious climbing, just big and dangerous and cool,” says Tom Runcie of Crested Butte, Colo. Along with CJ Carter, of Bozeman, Mont., Runcie headed to the French Alps two seasons back to ski alongside Glen Plake as part of a contest thrown by Julbo. And following the trip, Julbo produced this short film about their week chasing the legend around his grand stomping grounds.

Photo of the Day: Gneiss Line


Dave Gheriani descends the channel. Monashee Mountains, B.C. | Photo: Bruno Long

Photo of the day: Ice and Steam


Carston Oliver emerges from an ice tunnel in the land of powder and hot springs. Sukayu Onsen Ryokan, Japan | Photo: Grant Gunderson

Photo of the Day: Cloud Line


Reine Barkered carves the cumulus clouds. Åre, Jämtland, Sweden | Photo: Mattias Fredriksson

Photo of the Day: Powder and Char


Leah Evans slaloms through the burn. Selkirk Mountains, B.C. | Photo: Bruno Long