Tag Archive: utah

Jan 27

Northeast Skiers/Riders On Tour: 2 Week Old Utah Powder

Although it hasn’t snowed over Utah’s Wasatch Mountains for two weeks, Matt Bruhns of Waterbury, Vermont still managed to hide behind the curtain for a few turns off Kessler Peak over the weekend. We shared a fun tour with Matt after a couple of afternoons spent attending an outdoor industry tradeshow in Salt Lake City. …

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Feb 04

Gear Shed: Voile’s Fat and Waxless Charger BC

Since Karhu released its waxless Guide ski (now the Madshus Annum) more than five years ago, the concept of an all-mountain backcountry ski with a waxless base pattern has gained some serious traction among backcountry and backyard skiers worldwide. Gone are the days when a waxless ski was primarily for kick and glide nordic skiing, …

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Nov 26

Northeastern Skiers on Tour: Dylan Crossman

Our friend Dylan Crossman grew up skiing in Vermont’s Green Mountains and Mad River Glen, and after moving out west to explore his love for skiing, he went on to dominate the competitive telemark (and later the alpine) big-mountain/freeskiing scene – winning the US Telemark Extremes on FIVE times, and in 2008, skiing away with …

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Jan 30

Adventures with Vermonter Dylan Crossman

We caught up with our friend Dylan Crossman a few days ago – not in Vermont, but on our last day in Utah’s Wasatch Mountains, at Alta Ski Area, at the tail end of a nearly 100″ snow cycle. Dylan, who grew up skiing Vermont’s Mad River Glen, dominated the US Telemark Freeskiing Extremes in …

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Jan 26

Alta, UT: 90″ (230cm) in 7 Days

Upon leaving Vermont last Tuesday to work on a few projects in Utah’s Wasatch Mountains, we have witnessed Old Man Winter in his very best of moods. We sometimes wonder if Old Man Winter takes note of all those days we have skied in the rain and braved -25F mornings, and if this is his …

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