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January 30, 2010
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In November, Aspen-based ski mountaineer and freeskier Chris Davenport, along with pro skiers Norwegian Stian Hagen and Australian Andrea Binning, traveled to the Antarctica Peninsula to ski the bottom of the world. Here is a video of their journey.
January 29, 2010
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It's X Games time and our first post breaks down the Big Air competition.
January 29, 2010
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K2 Athletes Pep Fujas and Andy Mahre travel to Gulmarg, India, to check out the terrain at Gulmarg Heli Ski.
January 28, 2010
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A 17-year-old Utah skier tops out and manages to get some turns in on the way down.
January 27, 2010
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There's a good chance of bodily harm at La Grave, France’s Derby de la Meije.
January 26, 2010
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The Focus section of our magazine is where we showcase some of the best photographs of the year, and the stories behind how they were taken. Here is a collection of those images.
January 26, 2010
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Taking your mom to the volcano is easier than it sounds. We've got a story—and video—of a backcountry tour (with my mom!) with Sierra Mountain Guides near Mammoth.
January 26, 2010
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The already-huge big mountain paradise gracing Golden B.C. will be getting a hell of a lot more terrain and lifts.
January 21, 2010
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At Arctic Man, skiers and snow-machiners unite for one of skiing's weirdest races. There are busted bones, burning couches, and hopes of seeing Todd Palin. Surviving the 4.5-mile race is the easy part. We have helmet cam footage and in-depth account from last spring's race in Alaska.
January 18, 2010
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A daunting stretch of whitewater bisects a 3,700-square-mile wilderness of never-before-skied peaks. You’ll need two rafts, five handles of liquor, and a gun for bears. It’s not the Yukon, Siberia, or Tibet. It’s Idaho. And it takes serious planning to pull off. This is what happens when you let a kid with a pet badger handle the details. By Frederick Reimers.
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