Backcountry Safety is important
Authored by Keltron on Friday, March 18, 2011 - 07:28

Yet another video about backcountry safety but this time we get talked through the importance of it by resident safety officer, Sam Smoothy.  
Authored by Island Lake Cat... on Saturday, March 12, 2011 - 08:13

Yes its true - we have had over 200 cms in the last 2 weeks.   We now have a base of 55o cms in the alpine.  I have never seen things so filled in, big cliffs are now bumps in many places.  Truly insane over the last week - Over the head blower pow.  Check out the photos.
Authored by snow walker on Wednesday, March 9, 2011 - 12:52

 Good storms with good stabilily have let us go pretty much where we pleased over the last couple of months.  early mornings and late nights have kept the skiing sick and the stoke high here in Telkwa.  From rock gnar to neck deep trees to mountain goats that make us look like high school girls in the lunch line,  we have got a little dose of everything.  
Chris Rubens India Blog
Authored by Chris Rubens on Wednesday, March 9, 2011 - 11:11

This trip starts with a call from Douglas, it is much the same as calls in previous years. Hey Rubens you wanna go to (fill in the blank rad exotic location), it is a super funny question because he and I both know there is no way that I am going to say no! The interesting thing is I say yes to these trips without putting a whole lot of thought about what is really involved, I just know that it would be stupid to say no.
Authored by eb22 on Wednesday, March 9, 2011 - 09:57

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TGR: Rachael Burks - Buried Alive
Authored by Keltron on Wednesday, March 9, 2011 - 05:47

Holy crap! Being buried alive is a scary prospect for most people but Rachael Burks decides she wants that pleasure without the aid of an avalanche. In the latest episode of Behind The Line from Teton Gravity Research, they head to the permanently closed Peaked Cliffs in the Taghee Resort and there's always a reason why something is permanently closed!
Authored by aura360 on Monday, March 7, 2011 - 11:15

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Banff National Park
Authored by SnowSkool on Friday, February 25, 2011 - 05:15

It is true that many people feel bored and frustrated in their everyday jobs.  Are you actually doing what you love? Commute – Work – Sleep – Repeat. Commute – Work – Sleep – Repeat. Commute – Work – Sleep – Repeat. Sound familiar?
avalanche peak - rogers pass
Authored by Peakz on Tuesday, February 22, 2011 - 12:48

Sunday Feb. 20, my friend James Martin and I made plans to ski tour in Rogers Pass. James calls me frequently to go out with him to this zone but I rarely have a chance to go. Sunday was to be our long awaited day together. We both wanted to do something rad and we felt the conditions would probably allow us to get on something steep. James had the idea of Avalanche Peak and I couldn't think of anything better to do so we left Golden at 7am with our goal mostly set on this objective.
Authored by Skram64 on Thursday, February 17, 2011 - 20:12

This happens to be my first blog entry for Biglines, and yet I have been part of the team for some time now. Shame on me. About a month ago I ventured on what I hope will become a yearly pilgramage to Colorado to check out SIA's Snow Show. I really don't think you have any idea what you are in for until you arrive. It is definitely overwhelming for a first timer. The Show was a sight to see! It was like a candy shop but for skis and snowboards.