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[ Tue, 2010-11-23 17:42 ]
Markewitz workshop
Ever wanted to learn how to take the perfect ski photograph? Scott Markewitz wants to teach you.

This winter, world-renowned ski photographer Scott Markewitz wants to teach you his craft. He’s hosting a series of photography workshops, at Snowbird and in Alaska with EpicQuest and Chugach Powder Guides.

What La Nina Means for Snowfall

What La Nina Means for Snowfall

Colder than normal water temperatures in the Pacific make 2010-2011 a La Nina winter. This is good news for many skiers looking for deep snow.

“Why do we care about La Nina, or El Nino?” In short, it’s really the only reliable clue that meteorologists have to predict temperature and precipitation patterns months and seasons in advance. Meteorologist/skier Joel Gratz weighs in.
 “Hey La Nina, what’s in it for me?”  When geek-speak goes mainstream, you know the nerds must have a hot topic on their hands. You might think that I’m talking about The Facebook Movie (“The Social Network”), where geeks write computer code over shots of Tequila. But not quite.

Skiing Denali to End Hunger

Skiing Denali to End Hunger
mel miller
In June, a Boulder woman will attempt to climb and ski North America's tallest mountain to raise money for and awareness about global hunger.

At 20,320 feet, Alaska’s Mt. McKinley, also known as Denali, boasts an extreme vertical rise of 18,000 feet–nearly twice that of Mt. Everest.

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