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Storm Dispatch - Big Sky, Montana. Four-inch storm turns into two feet.
Big Sky local Brit Barnes awoke to bombs going off Wednesday morning. “The ski report said four inches of new, but you could tell it was deep since the bombs
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EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy wrote an exclusive Op-Ed about climate change and its effect on the snowsports community.
Outdoor recreation pumps hundreds of billions of dollars into the U.S. economy every year and accounts for millions of jobs. Snow-based recreation alone contributes $67 billion annually, supporting over 900,000 jobs. Shorter seasons or disappointing ski conditions mean fewer tourists, fewer businesses, and fewer jobs.
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Ski the 'Fish. Drink the 'Fish. Live the 'Fish.
If you’ve been coming to Whitefish, near Glacier National Park in northwest Montana, for a long time (and I have, as I’ve been visiting my brother there for 12 years), it’s easy to notice what’s changed: The name Big Mountain Resort, the rowdy springtime furniture races, the AlpenGlow, and the ski school locker room with the 50-cent PBR dispenser, are all history. But the qualities that have stayed the same—its location, weather, skiing, charming...
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The Jaded Local on The Other Human Factors. 
Which leads us to Hubristics. The science of the effect of cameras, free goggles, sex, cocaine, and other Incentives on Heuristic Factors In Avalanche Terrain. In other words, the things you think about immediately before shrugging and saying (out loud or otherwise), “Fuck it.”
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The #HumanFactor, presented by +Black Diamond Equipment,  is a five-chapter multimedia story about the decisions skiers make that lure them into avalanche terrain. Read the first chapter now: Call of the Sirens.

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SageLand is live. Enter Sage Cattabriga-Alosa's psychedelic matrix of skiing and art, presented by The North Face.
Enter the multimedia landscape of Sage Cattabriga-Alosa projecting art onto snow at night. #ExperienceSage
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Photo of the Day: Adam Ü goes left in the Mount Baker backcountry. PHOTO: Grant Gunderson
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Tracing the sacred path around Daisetsuzan National Park on Japan's Hokkaido Island. A POWDER digital feature. 
Tracing the sacred path around Daisetsuzan National Park on Japan’s Hokkaido Island. A POWDER digital feature.
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As one of the world's most skilled steep skiers, "American" Dave Rosenbarger toes a dangerous line. 
"American" Dave Rosenbarger toes a dangerous line as one of the most skilled ski mountaineers in the world
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Photo of the Day: Hugh Southee in Mount Bell Coulior, Banff, Alberta. PHOTO: Ryan Creary

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Hugh Southee, Mount Bell Coulior, Banff, Alberta
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Why do we make the decisions we do in the backcountry? Introducing The Human Factor presented by Black Diamond, a five-chapter multimedia story about decision-making in avalanche terrain.

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"You can’t follow a vision quest with a group. You have to strike out on your own, meet whatever is out there, step up to it, and shake its hand."
Passport: Finding solace on a solo backcountry endeavor
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Jake and Dave Moe founded POWDER in 1972 as an alternative to the other, uptight skiing magazines. "To us, powder skiing means freedom, with an emphasis, not on how you do it, but just on doing it more," they said. That's what we're still trying to do. Powder to the People.