Biff America: On Viagra and Skiing

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Jeffery Bergeron, under the alias of Biff America, is a monthly columnist for BCM. Biff provides anecdotes about some of our favorite things: beer, sex and skiing.

Snow Shooter: Photographer Cody Downard

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Having grown up in Kansas, Cody Downard loves mountains like only those once deprived of them can. We caught Downard in between shoots for advice on photos and life. His suggestion to guys in their 20s? Get a Pomeranian.

Summer Stashes: Little Tahoma

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It’s July. You’re fighting the realization that winter is over. You’re probably mountain biking, twiddling your thumbs, questioning if it’s smart to watch a ski movie to gear up for next year. The Xs are already on the calendar counting down the days. But if you’re strong willed and work for it, you can find […]

Throwback Thursday: No Training Heels

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Rossignol: Emphasizing the benefits of tele for free-heelers everywhere since 1907.

Biff America: On Inconveniences

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Jeffery Bergeron, under the alias of Biff America, is a monthly columnist for BCM. Biff provides anecdotes about some of our favorite things: beer, sex and skiing.

Snow Shooter: Photographer Abby Stanford

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Pro photographer Abby Stanford is almost always wearing a smile, even when the shit hits the fan, like the time she took an ice axe to the face.

Summer Stashes: Gallatin Peak

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It’s June, and maybe you’re still fighting the realization that winter is over. You’re probably mountain biking, or just twiddling your thumbs, questioning if it’s too early to start watching ski movies in anticipation of next season. But if you’re strong willed and willing to work for it (in some cases really work for it) […]

Throwback Thursday: Doug Coombs

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In the words of Doug Coombs, the man, the myth, the legend, “There is no such thing as too much snow.”

Biff America: On Human Anatomy

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Jeffery Bergeron, under the alias of Biff America, is a monthly columnist for BCM. Biff provides anecdotes about some of our favorite things: beer, sex and skiing.

Hut Routes: Six North American Hut-to-Hut Traverses

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Hut traverses were born in Europe, where groups like the Swiss Alpine Club began building and managing high-mountain shelters as early as the mid 19th century. And while North America can’t hold a candle to Europe’s extensive mountain-chalet infrastructure and deep hut heritage, there are more than 200 backcountry huts, lodges and yurts throughout the U.S. and Canada.

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