A Lifelong Obsession with Yosemite’s Most Iconic Climbs
“In my five years of climbing, I’d gotten the sense that there were really only two kinds of climbers in California — the ones who were good enough to climb the Nose and the ones who weren’t.” So says Hans Florine in the early pages of his new book (co-written with Jayme Moye) about his  [...]
Weston Big Chief Splitboard Review
The Weston Snowboards Big Chief cuts like the sharpest hatchet but approaches like a loping fox. A masterful tool, Weston’s board dedicated to the rowdiest riding delivers in all alpine conditions that the brave dares to explore. Weston Big Chief Review Weston’s been around for years but, outside Colorado, not many had been talking about  [...]
Store Your Board Snowboard Rack System
I love my gear. What’s the best way to show your gear you love it? Take care of it. Keep it safe; give it a nice place to sleep. And to keep your sanity when the storage piles up, keep it simple. That’s where a nice rack comes into play. Storeyourboard.com’s got you covered. Their  [...]
2018 Rossignol Sushi Splitboard Review
Sushi is delicious dead fish. And delicious dead fish float deliciously. So it makes sense that Rossi’s newest pow split is a flotation master, starving for deep, fluffy white stuff to roar through. This may not be the most versatile split in your quiver — but when the conditions are right, Rossi’s 145cm wonder is  [...]
Kelly Canyon Ski Resort Review
RIRIE, ID – Between the old rickety wood and metal lift with its jerky turns and creaks, the sign reminding us to wear snowboard leashes, and the crowd rocking old boards and not-quite-waterproof outerwear, one thing’s for sure — Kelly Canyon is nothing like Jackson Hole or even Targhee. I mean, tickets cost $40 for  [...]