Two years ago, before her boutique snowboarding company officially began in 2014, Pallas Snowboards founder Stephanie Nitsch was dreaming about starting a female-centric mountain biking company. Instead of mountain bikes, a twist of fate urged her into the world of snowboard production—and more importantly, split board production for the backcountry. … read more
Last winter, Brighton was kind enough to let us get a Cat and build this jump over on Milly before it had opened. It was an insane way to start the season. It’s snowing in the mountains, so get off your lazy ass and do some Cab 5s like Austin Sweetin. … read more
Saturday, Feb. 28, marked the second and final contest of the 15th annual SLUG Games ski/snowboard series, SLUG Games: Slash Bash Presented By Ken Garff Fiat. Housed once again at the base of Millicent at Brighton Resort, over 100 competitors turned up for their chance at local fame and a sack full of goodies.
While attending the University of Utah during the mid-2000s, I became acquainted with a young man who was pursuing the dream of becoming a professional skier. His name is Wiley Miller, and his calm demeanor and sense of adventure made him easy to get along with.
Testing the limits of skiing-meets-Hollywood, Sweetgrass Productions hails from beautiful Salt Lake City and dwells near to the hearts of so many ski enthusiasts. Afterglow, a short film released last fall, is Sweetgrass’ latest and the follow up to the award-winning film Valhalla. … read more
After getting a taste of his passion at the ripe age of 3, young Shearon is no stranger to these mountains and the potential they hold. Now 17, the really crazy and almost scary, thing about Shearon is how smart and well-spoken he is, and how much drive and desire he possesses to learn more.