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Patagonia crew continues to #find_away in Chamonix

Through the windows of the Aiguille du Midi cable car some of the most technical and high-consequence ski terrain in the world can be observed—for only the price of a ticket—but stepping through the door to put yourself at the top of one of those lines requires much more. In the this film by Bjarne […]

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Review: Mountain Hardwear Torshun Jacket

The Torshun is a “full-featured, 3-layer alpine climbing shell with superior articulation. Made for the serious climber.” After a few months of wearing this in tempestuous Vancouver Island weather, our tester found that it had sweet and easy mobility, probably due to a great fit. It’s amazing how often climbing and outdoor jackets tout technical […]

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Stepping into Dreamland at CMH Heliskiing

The world’s first and largest heli-skiing company invites Mike Douglas, Cody Townsend and Alexis Godbout to experience how deep it gets in B.C.

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Shared Solitude

Beautiful stuff from Arc’teryx.

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Why Do You Ski (or surf…or ride…or kayak…or…)?

An interesting little film here..the trailer for Lifted was released this past weekend at the Leavenworth Film Festival in Washington and the full-length documentary film will be released in the fall of 2015. If anything, this trailer reminds us how impossible it is to explain why we do the sports we do, not just skiing. […]

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