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  1. Late Spring Skiing Resort Update | Where you can still go to get your fix

    Late Spring Skiing Resort Update | Where you can still go to get your fix

    Spring Skiing [caption id="attachment_9267" align="alignleft" width="700"] Alpine - Sherwood offering up tasty corn before calling it a season on May 14th. Photo: John Clausen[/caption] Just like any addiction (not limited to spring skiing), I would tell myself, “OK, just one more”, and then it became one more, and one more after that, until even seasoned ski legs could...
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  2. Sierra Backcountry Ski | One Yurt, and an Abundance of Smiles

    Sierra Backcountry Ski | One Yurt, and an Abundance of Smiles

    Sierra Backcountry Ski | One Yurt, and an Abundance of Smiles
    Gear - check, group food – check, transportation - check.  It was go time for a mini getaway, a four day ski trip to a yurt at Virginia Lakes, just off of highway 395, north west of Mono Lake.  The backcountry accommodation we were headed to is part of the High Sierra Snowcat and Yurt program, which currently offers two...
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  3. World Cup Skiing | Fifty Years of Awesome

    World Cup Skiing | Fifty Years of Awesome

    Written by Edie Thys Morgan The World Cup season wrapped up in Aspen, closing a breakthrough season for the US. It was the first time a World Cup was held in the east since 1991, the first time the World Cup came to Squaw Valley since 1969, the first time the Finals were in North America since 1997, the...
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  4. Elyse Saugstad | Making A Stand For Women's Skiing

    Elyse Saugstad | Making A Stand For Women's Skiing

    An advocate for women's skiing Another Alaskan native that made the move to Tahoe. Elyse Saugstad has played an influential roll in women's skiing and she's not Stopping any time soon. In her "Sponsored Podcast" interview from Powder Magazine  she touches on her downhill racing background and the current state of women's free skiing. When asked about making the move to Tahoe Elyse...
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  5. Shane Perrin Sets New SUP Still Water Record: 95.6 miles in 24 hours

    Shane Perrin Sets New SUP Still Water Record: 95.6 miles in 24 hours

    Photo: Daren Wolf St. Louis distance paddler Shane Perrin is no stranger to breaking new ground, being the first SUP athlete to complete endurance races including La Ruta Maya, The Texas Water Safari, and the MR340—races typically contested in canoes and kayaks. So, it’s no surprise that Perrin just established a new high water mark for most still water miles...
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