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Jackie Paaso and fellow Freeride World Tour athletes Maria Kuzma and Aline Bock travel through Austria, Switzerland and Germany for a stop on the tour and a little bit of … Read More
Outside Online recent article sheds light on Why California’s Record Snow Year Is Bad for Kayakers. Too much water! Many runs have become an outright deluges. But not everyone is bumming on the trillions of gallons of H2O poring from the high California peaks. Kyle Dickman explains
You would think kayakers all over would be chomping at the bit after watching record precipitation build up in California—58 feet of snow at Squaw Valley! The reality is, the summer of 2011 may be the worst for high Sierra paddling California has seen in a while. Here’s why.
The Line of the Week Photo’s by Ryan Salm Words by Ryan Salm Riders – Glen Plake and Friends Location – Mt Humphrey’s, Eastern Sierra Every so often you find … Read More
The dazzling new handle of the highly distinguished Dave’s Deli Water Fountain is looking F-I-N-E, Fine. I’ve been skiing & quaffing dihydrogen monoxide at Squaw Valley incessantly since the Year … Read More
I think this is just the way Shane would have wanted it. Or maybe not. I guarantee you that this kid tore his anal sphincter upon “landing” this. But, I’ve … Read More
photo: mbaction.com Unofficial has been doing some intense investigating this past week about the potential non-opening of Squaw’s bike park. Namely, we’ve been riding chairlifts and jabbering with random people. … Read More
This summer Unofficial Networks will be heading down to the Southern Cone of South America to build UnofficialAndes.com, the definitive resource for skiing and traveling in South America. Unofficial’s first trip to the Andes mountains in 2007 opened our eyes to the majesty and beauty of this wild mountain range. Las year a documentary film 180 Degrees South followed Jeff Johnson as he retraces the epic 1968 journey of his heroes Yvon Chouinard and Doug Tompkins to Patagonia. Yvon Chouinard is the founder of Patagonia apparel and author of Let My People Go Surfing, a must read.
High Fives Foundations infamous TRAINS event. Once started as a fun an exciting 540 contest that has now grown into one of the most amazing competitions in skiing today. Athletes with a tremendous amount of talent following very close to one another in search of a smile. Who ever said competing can’t be fun.
So you are telling me that you would rather take the cable car up to high camp, ride Links and then get on a slow triple chair instead of walking up to KT and getting 1500′ vertical drop of sustained pitch off a highspeed quad? That makes no sense. Granite is a 45 minute commute to lower angle skiing with fewer laps. And I don’t want to hear anything about this elevation BS. Wax your skis why don’t ya. What if Bowling Andy is right and we get “Mayhem 2011″. Don’t you want to be riding the mothership?
Before I even start I want to give credit to all the information here to www.tahoeweatherdiscussion.com. The UC Berkeley (the Greatest University on Earth) Central Sierra Snow Lab is reporting 599 … Read More
Attention: This article was written by Miles Clark and it expresses his opinions on how Squaw should operate this Spring . He is clearly a KT hater and for some … Read More
The 22’ walled Super Pipe that Red Bull’s premiere athletes have been training on will be open to the public beginning tomorrow through May 8th. The pipe will be closed … Read More
Photo’s by Ryan Salm Words by Robb Gaffney Riders – Robb Gaffney & John Morrison Location – Eastern Sierra’s 5:15am April 17th, my Iphone alarm sounded out the blues riff … Read More
James Balog built a name for himself by capturing the “clash between civilization and our natural world.” chasingice.squarespace.com At some point along his journey James got obsessed with glaciers and wanted … Read More