Greg Hill: Two Million Feet of Self-Powered Vertical in a Year
The journey took 364 days, but Greg Hill conquered the seemingly impossible goal of climbing, and skiing, 2 million vertical feet in one year. This video takes a look at the motivation behind Hill's personal challenge, and the dedication and conditioning required to manage the grueling task of ascending an average of 5,500 feet every day for full calendar year.
Whistler Early Season with Blake Jorgenson
Ski photographer Blake Jorgenson gives a tour of his home base, Whistler Blackcomb, and provides an insightful and visually stunning account of what makes the mountain's early season a skier's favorite time of the year.
Is It Only Mid-December in Jackson Hole?
My houseguests are still sleeping, and although I want to grind the coffee right next to their heads, I‘ve decided to refrain, as they did arrive at 3 am...
Salomon Freeski TV Episode 12: Japan
Salomon's Freeski TV series continues to deliver quality free footage, and we're not complaining. The latest installment follows Dane Tudor, Sammy Carlson and Mike Henitiuk to Niseko, Japan as they seek out the country's finest powder, pillows and gas station fare--including Tudor's pillow line aptly dubbed "The Stairway to Hell."
Poutine and Powder at Revelstoke
While in the PNW it was raining at a Noah-and-the-flood pace (four inches in 24 hours) the Selkirks were seeing snow, and myself, photographer Garrett Grove, and tele-master Paul Kimbrough decided to make the journey from Bellingham, WA, to Revelstoke Mountain Resort, deep in the heart of interior BC.
Matt Margetts 2010 Edit
K2 and Orage up-and-comer Matt Margetts released this video of highlights from 2010, and it has us wondering if Margetts isn't one of the most complete riders in the game right now. Need convincing? Follow through the jump and check out the video to see Margetts thoroughly stocked arsenal of tricks in the pipe, park, backcountry and concrete country.