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FWT Revelstoke Update: Legs Want A Divorce

Yesterday, another weather day was called for the Freeskiing World Tour. Seeing as I didn’t make the cut and that the conditions here are phenomenal, I skied my legs into the ground. With 5,620 vertical feet, my one non-stoper at Revelstoke,

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The Fun Continues In AK

So after a nice relaxing day after lying in bed yesterday, I finally got my broken body out of the yurt and into the mountains. We got an early start, but ended up waiting for avalanche debris to be cleared

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Why do I Telemark???

Besides the cliché half-binding/half-brained hippy statement: “because the turn looks and feels so sweet dude,” I telemark because it is a key to unlock the hidden treasures of the mountains and because it allows access the backcountry. Telemarking allows me

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Summer Jib Sesh… DNA rail jam

As you can imagine, I was surprised to see posters up around town for a ski competition on August 18th this summer. Sure enough on August 18th, The DNA Evolution Tour set up their mobile rail park outside PK’s ski

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