On January 6, 2013, another Aaron Robinson celebration occurred. Held in the Montana backcountry, 24 of his friends, as well as Jason, hiked to a secret pillow line in remembrance of Aaron and to continue his mission of fun. The video features the Bozeman band The Riot Act, in which BigFlakes friend Shane Stalling, hammers on the drums between shots from that day […]
Doofus Gang Sundays in the Park — Hyland Edition — Episode 2 DG members Jay Zak Owens, Ricky Dorn, Alex Houle, Nick Sorenson, and Christopher Todd Owens had a sunny Sunday sesh. Edited by Jay Zak.
The BBT (brother brother team) made it to Mt.Hood for one last attack before our travels back East for Christmas. The snow condition have been so good in the Northwest throughout December that my camera has remained zipped up in my pocket. Flowing powder turns have a way of taking over control, forcing out any distractions. This day […]
A New York Times project website has been created to tell the story of what took place at Steven’s Pass during February 2012 Avalanche. The site is a beautiful piece of web design built in HTML5. There are interactive features built in with the text. As you scroll, dynamic content scrolls as well, moving and revealing it’self to help […]
Kelso and I attended the 6th annual Dirksen Derby held at Mt.Bachelor. With the amount of media coverage the event received this year, there’s a damn good chance you’ve already read a far better blog post about what went down. I will spare you the details and instead, provide you with my insight and a few […]
Thank you Chris (Owens) for sharing this Hyland edit with me. I love seeing the park setup you’re riding on a weekly basis. Hyland is such a cool spot being nestled in the twin cities. The talent that slides around the little hill that is Hyland Hills is truly amazing. Talented little athletes just messing around after school, making 50+ laps through the park each […]
It was a fun weekend at Meadows this weekend to welcome December 2012. It’s finally feeling like winter in the Cascades as of Sunday night when the freezing levels dropped down to 4000ft. Over a foot of fresh snow fell over the weekend. This made for two scary realities, lift lines and rider confidence. Riding […]
Along with most of the Northwest ski resorts, Mt. Bachelor opened for the season this Thanksgiving, 2012. A big system pushed into the Northwest days before the holiday weekend. A mixed bag of weather left the ski community cringing but in the end, the cold weather finished thing off with a bang. Ben Ipsen and […]