Chris Davenport is one of the most prolific ski mountaineers on the planet. His exploits include his recent Ring of Fire 15-volcano tour in the Pacific Northwest, a ski descent of Mt. Everest's Lhotse Face in May 2012, and ski descents of all 54 of Colorado's 14,000-foot peaks within a calendar year. Here's what he chose to bring to the Chilean Andes while judging for the Eye of the Condor photo/video contest. Follow him on Twitter: @steepskiing
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Check out this great edit of Colter skiing pow in Japan, spines in AK, and freestyle in Aspen. Bravo.
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This is the gear Arc'teryx athlete and ACMG assistant ski guide, Christina Lustenberger, trusts for long days of ski guiding in the hills. Photos by Bruno Long.
The creator of bamboo ski poles on injury, climate change, and Dazed and Confused. Interviewed By Gordy Megroz
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
The Utah-based company is recalling all of its JetForce avalanche airbags due to faulty firmware. By Ryan Dionne
The HERO4 Session is the size of an ice cube and sports a simple design that solves all the problems you've ever had with your GoPro.