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Skiing Magazine: November 2008

Find everything from the November issue here: the best ski town bars, the warmest and toughest ski jackets, Icelandic skiing, and more.
posted: 11/11/2008

Showtime (p. 30)

Twenty-word reviews of this fall’s new ski-porns. Trust us, you don’t need more than 20 words. >>>Read Now

What Can Brown Do For You? (p. 32)

A three-year wastewater controversy gets settled at Arizona Snowbowl. >>>Read Now

Ode to the Daffy (p. 38)

Our sport’s crotch-ripping badge of courage. >>>Read Now

How He Rolls (p. 40)

Seven questions for a man who unicycled down Whistler Blackcomb in winter. >>>Read Now

The Case Against…Colorado “Native” Bumper Stickers (p. 42)

Colorado’s true natives. >>>Read Now

The Crime: Abstaining at Altitude (p. 44)

Drinking at altitude: myth or fact? >>>Read Now

Mysticism vs. Meteorology: Do Pray-for-Snow Rituals Work? (p. 46)

A discussion between a believer and a scientist. >>>Read Now

The Truth: Marc-Andre Belliveau (p. 49)

On filming, sit skis, and fellow French Canadians. >>>Read Now

Untracked Line: Whitecap Alpine (p. 54)

Tour the Chilcotin range with Whitecap Alpine, a fly-in/fly-out touring op 31 miles from Pemberton, BC. >>>Read Now

Get Schooled: Stomp a Back Flip (p. 60)

Pro freeskier Mike Wilson shows you how to stomp a back flip. >>>Read Now

Get Schooled: Win a Chinese Downhill (p. 62)

Squaw Valley’s Cody Townsend gives you tips for Chinese Downhill racing. >>>Read Now

Get Schooled: Snap a Cover Shot (p. 64)

Photographer Lee Cohen’s tips could land your killer shot on a magazine cover. >>>Read Now

DIY: Build a Ski Chair (p. 75)

Michael Bellino of SkiChair.com shows you how to make a classic Adirondack ski chairs. >>>Read Now

Photo Gallery: Night Vision (p. 77)

Night ski photography at its very best. >>>Read Now

Apocalypse Taos (p. 88)

On March 19, Taos Ski Valley officially opened its slopes to snowboarding. Skiing sent one skier, dressed him as a knuckle dragger, and waited for the punches to fly. >>>Read Now

Under the Bridge and Far Away (p. 96)

One writer’s Icelandic quest for steep lines, elves, dwarfs, and trolls. >>>Read Now

34 Reasons to Drink in a Ski Town (p. 107)

After a day of skiing, you need a drink. “Need” is a strong word. But you do. Because skiing and boozing go together like…like…tequila and lime. The recipe for the perfect ski day starts with as many shots of powder as you can handle, chased by a visit to the best bar in town. To help you find that place – and give you justification for stopping in – we’ve created a guide to ski country’s most celebrated watering holes. >>>Read Now

Haulin’ Oates (p. 118)

The more Jheri-curled half of a blockbuster band moves to Aspen, loses his superstar status, aims to stay relevant, and actually shreds. >>>Read Now

Outfitter: The Evolution of Hardgoods (p. 130)

Intelligent designs don’t spring out of nowhere. Smart people have good ideas and revise them – again and again. The results are often revolutionary. >>>Read Now

Outfitter: Tested – Resort Wear (p. 134)

For racking up inbounds vertical, you need duds that look good, carry all your toys, and keep you warm and dry. These jackets and pants provide. >>>Read Now

Outfitter: Threads – Workingman’s Chic (p. 138)

Wear ‘em when you’re chainsawin’, off-roadin’, sleddin’, shootin’, or skiin’. >>>Read Now

Long Live the LOC (p. 1E)

In the East, love for community skiing dies hard. >>>Read Now

A Perfect Day: Stowe, Vermont (p. 3E)

How to ski a perfect day at Stowe. >>>Read Now

The Truth: Amancay Nahuelpan (p. 5E)

On ski comics, learning to shred, and skiing versus drawing. >>>Read Now

The Sharp Scent of Oranges (p. 8E)

Defecting south during the ski season is a mixed blessing. >>>Read Now

Breaking and Entering in Europe (p. 152)

The euro made him do it. >>>Read Now

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