Skiing With Dad
How to adjust when your parents slow down
published: April 23, 2014
Bear Creek Reopened
Forest Service reestablishes two gates, as if that had stopped skiers from going there in the first place
published: April 21, 2014
Week in Review: Trouble in Squallywood
Crystal Mountain loves grizzly bears, IOC says slopestyle is injury-prone, Canadians give urban jibbers free reign, and more
published: April 18, 2014
Endangered: Stretch Pants
Nostalgia for a tighter fit, and butts...
published: April 17, 2014
A World Apart
With the FWT announcing only one North American stop in 2015, what does it say about the tour's future?
published: April 16, 2014
Going Skiing Again
The last victim of the Boston Marathon bombing attacks to be released from the hospital was one of the first back on skis
published: April 15, 2014
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Well said guys!
Bravo John and staff for tackling this!
Can we actually get the hardcopy on newsstands somewhere? Single purchase?
Thanks so much for doing this issue. He wanted to live; a small man, tumbling through space. Holyf*ckingshit is right. (p. 80)
Good job Powder for diving on the grenade. My goal in life and as should every skier is to avoid getting the chop. It is so unfair to everyone that survives you. Feel free to piss on my grave if I fail early at doing my job of this. Tom Wayes
Best edition I’ve ever read. I bought this issue after not buying a ski magazine for 15+ years, due to being tired of the new trend in ski magazines that basically followed the skate boarding magazine style. It re-kindled my already passionate love for skiing. I also purchased a subscription today. Great job, Powder!
As publisher of The Snow Industry Letter, I have noted this trend escalating over the past couple of years. More people going off-piste, glamorizing radical terrain in movies, weird weather patterns all seem to be contributors. Haven’t read the issue yet but intend to pick it up this week. It needs to be addressed. Thanks.
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