En Route isn’t your typical ski porn. Backcountry gods Eric Pollard, Chris Benchetler, Pep Fujas, Andy Mahre and their friends at Nimbus Independent document the highs and lows of their trips around the world with this skier filmed and edited series. The latest installment of En Route gives us plenty of Japanese pillow lines and log rides to gawk at with all the broken bones and tomahawks that come with the territory. Lucky for us, the guys at Nimbus know that not every day is bluebird and that not every mountain is billowing in powder. It doesn’t take a helicopter or a steep chute for the crew to have a good time in Hokkaido. A couple headlamps and a pile of snow near a busy mountain road will do just fine. The video leaves skiers with one question unanswered: When is the next flight to Japan?
A Lake Louise land swap proposal stirs up serious controversy. By Connor W. Davis
We loved watching big mountain crushers, Angel Collinson and Hadley Hammer give park skiing a go in this hilarious Mt. Hood edit.
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Until the employees get paid, nobody can ski at this popular ski area in Bariloche. By Leslie Hittmeier
Heavy snowfall and extreme wind events in Chile have created hazardous conditions in many backcountry zones in South America. By Leslie Hittmeier
With its winning bid, Beijing becomes the first city to host both a Summer and Winter Olympics.
Dick Bass, who co-founded Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort and was the first to climb the Seven Summits, died at age 85.
Eight months ago, well-known ski photog, Jim Harris suffered a severe spinal cord injury on an epic expedition. This is the story of his recovery.
A while ago, we posted a video of this guy skiing a jaw-dropping line in Glacier National Park and it blew peoples minds. So we decided to find out a little more about him. ...
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