Powder awards just wrapped up. Check out photos of the winner and stay tuned for more coverage of the biggest night in ski movies.
By:Griffin Post / Posted on Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Alongside perennial pro skier and tent-sitter Chris Davenport, photographer Adam Clark, and cinematographers Chris Christie and Cam Sylvester, we’ve essentially been tent-bound since we snuck onto a col at 6,000 feet via helicopter.
By:John Stifter / Posted on Monday, March 10, 2014
A photo gallery from Japan, featuring the talents of Drew Tabke, Riley Leboe, and more
By:Powder Magazine / Posted on Tuesday, March 4, 2014
La Grave’s days may be numbered. Come 2017, the lease on the Telepherique is up for renewal and, at the moment, no one has stepped forward to take it over, which means the lift might stop running in three short years.
By:Julie Brown / Posted on Monday, March 3, 2014
We skied. We drank. We danced. Then we did it all over again.
By:John Clary Davies / Posted on Monday, January 20, 2014
The typical January at Whistler is moody. Storms that start from the coast turn town dark, white, and wet, and send skiers for the trees, where they can see, and ski fast between old, towering, mossy firs. In 2006, Mike Douglas thought the Whistler marketing department should embrace those volatile Pacific Northwest storms that define the area. So he pitched the Deep Winter Photo Challenge. The idea: Six photographers have 72 hours to shoot a three- to five-minute slideshow from within the resort boundary that showcases winter at Whistler.