Boardroom: Four Techniques To Improve Your Splitboard Ascents

Boardroom: Four Techniques To Improve Your Splitboard Ascents

Ski Mountaineering Skills with Andrew McLean - Cook Tent

Andrew McLean keeps the fire of stoke burning with cook tent setup techniques. Each week, Basecamp T. in collaboration with Andrew McLean will bring you a new…

Ski Mountaineering Skills with Andrew McLean - Route Finding on Vimeo

Andrew McLean navigates his way to safe pow turns with helpful route-finding methods. Each week, Basecamp T. in collaboration with Andrew McLean will bring…

This is not a sport

Backcountry skiing and culture of the West

WOULD YOU DIE FOR THE PHOTO? AN EERIE PEEK AT WAR PHOTOGRAPHY

Photo by Larry Burrows: Wounded Marine Gunnery Sgt. Jeremiah Purdie (center, with bandaged head) reaches toward a stricken comrade after a fierce firefight south of the DMZ, Vietnam, October

HOW TO CAPTURE CREATIVE GOLD WHEN YOU’RE AT THE END OF YOUR ROPE — LITERALLY. [INTERVIEW WITH JIMMY CHIN]

ELAINE GLUSAC Photo The photographer Jimmy Chin on a shoot in Turkey. Credit Jimmy Chin Collection The professional photographer and filmmaker Jimmy Chin, originally began taking photos as a means to support.

MOUNTAIN SKILLS: GOOD, BETTER, BEACON PRACTICE

MOUNTAIN SKILLS: GOOD, BETTER, BEACON PRACTICE

MOUNTAIN SKILLS: KNOWING WHEN TO TURN AROUND

Mountain Skills: Knowing When To Turn Around

MOUNTAIN SKILLS: TRAVEL WISELY

Spacing is the tactic people think they are most comfortable with, which leads to the answer, “One at a time.” The variable students forget to consider is the size of the hazard.

The Human factor 2.0

In the second edition of the award-winning multimedia feature about staying safe in avalanche terrain through proper decision-making, The Human Factor analyzes how skiers look at risk in avalanche terrain, and the glory and survival therein.

Safe Solutions in the Backcountry

How do we solve our innate ability to make poor decisions? Three experts weigh in.

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