August 26, 2010
After traversing the North and South Poles, Larsen is leaving Saturday for the final leg of his 365-day ‘Save the Poles’ expedition: the summit of Mt. Everest. His journey is aimed at promoting clean energy and global warming awareness, and showing the world how pollution is affecting earth’s harshest places.
August 25, 2010
We checked in with pro skiers Erik Roner, Dash Longe, Sage Cattabriga-Alosa, and Grete Eliassen to see what they’ve been up to since the snow has stopped falling. They told us about their BASE jumping trips, Hawaii vacations, and mountain biking excursions.
August 17, 2010
The Canadian mountaineer is attempting to ski two million vertical feet under his own power this year. He’s more than half way done. He broke down the vert, told us what he does to stay motivated, and gave a warning about Chilean chicken heads.
August 6, 2010
The World Heli Challenge wrapped up on Wednesday with only one day of competition, but foul weather and avalanche conditions didn’t stop competitors from making the most out of the contest.
August 6, 2010
At the Volkl Freeski Open slopestyle finals yesterday, Australian Russ Henshaw took first, narrowly defeating last year's champion, Bobby Brown. We asked Russ about his win.
July 19, 2010
Summertime means the mountains are dry and face shots are replaced with mouthfuls of dirt and broken bikes. How’s a skier to get that intoxicating adrenaline rush without all the dust and blood? Go surfing. The beach might be a long way away from the mountains, but here are some ideas to help you shorten your search for clean waves and good times.
July 14, 2010
For the past two seasons, Grete (Gret-a) Eliassen has travelled from Scandinavia to Argentina for her upcoming feature-length film. Shot fully in high-definition, the film explores what it's like to be an international ski superstar. Here are some photos from the project, and watch for the film when it drops this fall.