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Arriving at Squaw this morning, I figured that continued heavy snow and low visibility would keep KT closed. Standing in line at Exhibition, I turned around to see that it had started loading. It was 9am sharp and the line … Continue reading
Need to fix a broken pole strap, boot liner or ski rack? Gorilla Glue Epoxy is a two-part, water-resistant epoxy that sets in five minutes. Clamp the broken parts together for 30-minutes and the epoxy will fully cure in 24 hours. It … Continue reading
An avalanche struck Camp 3 on Manaslu in Nepal this morning, killing nine people. A crew of Dynafit athletes were making their way up the 8,156 meter peak when a serac fall caused the slide. Glen Plake and Greg Hill … Continue reading
ARCADE, Pocket Underground, and PlumpJack present: the final PlumpJack Pool Party of 2012, with special guest DJ from Los Angeles:Pumpkin (Pocket Underground). PlumpJack is offering a special $159 room rate which includes breakfast Monday morning. Bring your swim trunks, kids … Continue reading
It’s not often that you get a bike workout at the same time, in the same place as your kid does. Amazingly the new Truckee Pump Track lets you do just that — you’ll get your heart going and start … Continue reading
On Saturday June 9, hundreds turned out for the grand opening of Woodward Tahoe. Dubbed “The Bunker,” the new 33,000 square foot indoor action sports center at Boreal is open to skateboards, BMX bikes, roller skis and boards and inline … Continue reading
There’s nothing better than a weekend surrounded by friends, except maybe a weekend surrounded by friends in a backcountry palace with a gourmet kitchen, Jacuzzi tubs, sweeping mountain scenery and instant backcountry ski access. In late April, 25 of us … Continue reading
The Pain McShlonky Classic Weekend is Coming Up March 23-25! It’s Going to Be So Much Better Than Any Other Weekend.
A Weekend with the Bay Area Ski Bus By Rachel Friedman In my short time living in the Bay Area, I have met my fair share of skiers and snowboarders. Having recently moved from Vail, Colorado, I welcome any conversation … Continue reading