Will Gadd ascends Helmcken Falls

World renowned climber Will Gadd has done the impossible, he climbed Helmcken Falls.

The Helmcken Falls are located in the Wells Grey Provincial Park in British Columbia, Canada, they fall on the Murtle River over 150 meters.  Will Gadd’s route ascends 210 meters veritcally and laterally through one of the toughest waterfall climbs in the world.

 

How to be a Skier

Well, this is just too good not to share. The fellas at IFHT have done it again. The famed interwebs comics have hit the nail on the head with their latest installment in the “How To Be…” series. This spoof is so humorously accurate you can not help but to chuckle aloud and nod your head in agreement as you roll through your ski memories. Personally, I love videos like this. It helps us all remember that skiing is fun and not to be take too seriously. For God’s sake, pizza those french fries and chill out everybody. It’s time to get seriously ridiculous.

Mario Monday – One UP

Happy Monday!

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Nitro Snowboards “Bad Seeds” – Full Video

Nitro Snowboards is proud to present The Bad Seeds, a snowboard video for all snowboarders.
This year, we have travelled around the world in search of good times with our best friends and only our snowboards to get us there. We rode in places like Salt Lake City, Montreal, Sweden, Russia, and even the Himalayas, but throughout this adventure, we realized that as long as we are strapped in, we are going to have a good time.
The Bad Seeds stands for a group of individuals who enjoy living a life outside the norm that society has set. They snowboard how they want, all day – everyday. The idea of this movie was to capture how these guys ride when they are together and just snowboarding for fun, not necessarily for capturing the best trick on the biggest feature. Snowboarders will always push themselves and amazing things happen, but there are also a lot of fun situations along the way.

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Crazy Loco | Salomon Snowboards | Jed Anderson

1 - Crazy Loco

This season Salomon Snowboards gave Jed Anderson a filmer and the freedom to create whatever he wanted. The result is “Crazy Loco”; an original short, filmed and edited by Tanner Pendleton. Read More