With the Peak Resorts Drifter Pass, East Coast riders can chase storms—or the après scene—whenever, whenever and however they want. Use it to duck out of work for a mid-week powder day or to hit the park with your crew on the weekends, there’s no blackout dates with this pass offering. No matter how you […]
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On Sunday evening, a mixture of discomfort, surprise and delight registered on the faces of people exiting their aircraft at Jackson Hole Airport. As passengers walked across a blustery, cold tarmac to reach the airport terminal, it appeared the page had been abruptly turned on summer. When the wind and sideways rain became volatile, one aircraft diverted […]
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Snowboarding’s increasing commercial appeal has forced snowboarders to look inward and reexamine their passion, to consider what drew them to such a lifestyle in the first place and how they can stay true to that raw sense of rebellion. Indeed, such contemplation comes from the battle between small, independent, soulful riders and brands versus the […]
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How one artist is raising awareness about the world’s most imperiled natural places Swiss artist Corinne Weidmann grew up in a small village in the Alps where life has always hinged on the gifts the mountains bestow. “When I was young, if you asked a Swiss, ‘What do you do for fun?’ they would never […]
Red Bull’s Top Ten List of snowboard films playing free on Red Bull TV is a convincing reason to retreat with your laptop into summer hibernation. These films push the cinematic limits, often capturing unexplored terrain and the fearless riders who dare explore such white abyss. But there are also poignant stories emblematic of snowboarding’s […]
A stylish handplant is always worth a photo. But a handplant captured by Swedish photographer and snowboarder Daniel Bernstål is another thing entirely. Bernstål plays with light and shadow to cosmically contrast the rider from his environment. Oftentimes that requires one to drag several strobe lights up mountains and through forests—an irritating yet fruitful practice. In the following […]
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The aptly-named Elena Hight, a two-time Olympian, is indeed soaring in the world of snowboarding. Born in Kauai and raised in Lake Tahoe, California, the 28-year-old professional snowboarder is a five-time X Games medalist including a gold in 2017. She also happens to be the first female to land a 900 in competition—at the age […]
Ours is a culture that constantly pushes the limits. A hyper-connected, social-media obsessed world only amplifies that tendency. We laud the biggest tricks and glorify those who conquer the steepest lines, measuring such feats in likes and shares. It is an addicting cycle perpetuated by all participants, from the media to fans, riders and mega-sponsors. But […]