Once again i packed my bags and bid farewell to my home mountains in canada to reunite with my fellow bmt teammates, nadine wallner and stian hagen. I was thrilled to be returning to Stian’s home country of Norway...
While bottomless powder and crisp grippy groomer conditions are in the care of Ullr, there’s one part of skiing that guarantees a good time regardless of the weather. Yes, friends, we are talking about the all mighty apres ski....
After an hour and a half of climbing with crampons on our ski boots and an ice axe in one hand, we are in the steepest and most narrow part of the couloir, very close to the top. Here it’s about 40 degrees, not...
Oh, hello NEW SBC SKIER! This pretty little number just hit the stands and mailboxes! Gracing our cover is a frothy shot by the ski photographer legend, Grant Gunderson. Known as the king of powder shots we caught up...
In august of 1896, a badass climber named philip stanley abbot slips at the top of mount lefroy and becomes the first recorded mountaineering fatality in north american history at the bottom. So it goes. The incident sparks an influx of highly skilled, Swiss mountain guides...
Who is he? Phil Langevin is a 16-yearold athlete from tremblant, quebec. He started skiing when he was 3 and got into slopestyle skiing about 8 years ago with one of his older brothers. He followed this path since the first day in Tremblant’s...