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Giving a Huck

A huck differs from any other form of gravity-defying travel. A flawless Hugo Harrison stomp in the middle of an Alaskan line or a Bobby Brown’ed switch double 1440 over a 120-foot table top are by no means hucks. A huck is more of an emotional relationship with gravity. Whether it’s a Seth Morrison hate […]

Moe Knows Alaska

Moe knows powder. Tommy Moe, that is. The Olympic double medalist from Lillehammer in ‘94 has been on the powder prowl ever since he hung up his speed suit. And Moe knows Alaska. These days, Moe splits his time between Jackson Hole, WY and Alaska’s Tordrillo Mountain Lodge, which he co-founded with Mike Overcast a […]

All The Wild Things

  View Photo Essay   Evan Stevens and Jasmin Caton found the elk the next morning on the snow cat access road. Or at least what was left of it. The wolves had done a thorough job. But you have to expect that this far into the wilds of interior British Columbia. The wolves were […]

Chugach Visions

  View Photo Essay   “We’re gonna ski this thing T-to-B,” Dean Cummings said. By “this thing” he meant a 2,000-plus vertical foot ramp in the Chugach Mountains near Valdez, AK. By “T-to-B” he meant top-to-bottom, no stopping. When Dean speaks, you listen—he’s been guiding in these mountains for 25 years. They’re pretty much the […]


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