[WATCH] Skiing in Japan exceeds all expectations

Now that Niseko United has officially been added to the Ikon Pass and the Mountain Collective, it’s time you delve into the world of Japanese skiing. The crew at SnowLocals, founded by two Telluride-born-and-raised skiers, produced this video to showcase a week of otherworldly shredding in Hokkaido, Japan. If you’re looking to make your own

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J Skis highlights 2018-19 limited edition artwork in video series

J Skis founder, Jason Levinthal, started J Skis on the foundation of collaboration. Since the brand’s inception, Levinthal has partnered with engineers, skiers and artists to produce the most unique set of sticks for the ski community, and the 2018-19 offerings are no different. Below you will find this year’s limited edition artwork for The

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Ikon Pass reaches third continent with Japanese ski resort Niseko United partnership

Featured Image: Courtesy of Niseko United It’s been a busy week for Alterra Mountain Company and the Ikon Pass. First announcing the addition of Utah ski areas Brighton and Solitude, then Taos Ski Valley to the Ikon Pass earlier this week. Next, the company announced its partnerships with Pacific Northwest and Midwest ski areas The

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Snowmass Bike Park is the ideal summer playground

For mountain bikers, the state of Colorado offers countless miles of singletrack that snake their way through the Rocky Mountain landscape. From the Front Range, just outside of Denver, all the way to the Western border, riders can pedal their hearts out and not ever have to worry about running out of options. But for

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Follow Grifen Moller around the world in his 2017-18 season edit

19-year-old Grifen Moller has made a name for himself on the Freeride World Tour (FWT) as one of the youngest competitors on the circuit and only one of three North American athletes to make it on the 2017-18 tour. Moller competed in Hakuba, Japan, Vallnord-Arcalís Andorra, Austria, Fieberbrunn, Austria and Kicking Horse in Golden, Canada

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