The early season shredding at Snowbird has been improving in the last few days. With about a foot of new fluff out there this weekend things are softened up a bit on the upper mountain and the rocks are just a little more covered than they were last week. Gavin Smith and his homies Nick Greener and Eric Fabbri have been charging hard all year regardless of snow conditions. You can see lines like Macaroni Chute, Elevator, Rock Chute and South Chute go down in this edit with some low tide conditions.
He somehow came away from this uninjured. Now working as a US Ski Team coach TJ Lanning knows first (…)
It seems like common sense but we are stupid and need reminding. make sure to watch the her pre/post jump interview HERE
This looks so fun. The compression they must have felt when the hit the incline must have been incredible.
“Just you and the trail and your breathing…thats all” Emma Coburn is America’s (…)
Devun Walsh & Ryan Tiene Spent a Lot of Time in the BC Backcountry Last Year, This Is What They Got....
You only get out what you put in….looks like Devun and Ryan put in a whole bunch last season in the BC backcountry. If you (…)
Rémy Métailler putting the hurt on the famous Taxco DH in Mexico.
Congratulations to Gus Kenworthy on the win in Park City…. PARK CITY, UT (Feb. 28, 2015) – With (…)