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The Magic of Splitboarding

With a little special gear and some uphill work, snowboarders can enjoy untracked backcountry powder just like a traditional skier with AT gear

Where to Ride - Right Now

By Katie Bailey

From Quebec to British Columbia, Ontario to the Rockies, here's where you'll find some of the best snowboarding in Canada even before the holidays. The snow is already great, so come on up!

Ride Like the Wind

By GreatOutdoors.com Staff

Collaborating with a close group of talented riders and athletes--Mike Hattrup, Byron
Bagwell, Justin Kious, Andrew Hart, Marcel Dolak, Eli
Roberts--photographer Stephen Matera captures the fluid beauty and
gnarly drops of the Cascades' best backcountry and terrain parks.

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Video: Andrew McLean: Bart @ Norquay

Bart Donnelly raging down a groomed run at Norquay.

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Video: Andrew McLean: Snowbike

Matt Ride riding a Snowbike down Marmot Basin.

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Video: Andrew McLean: Sunshine

Mild mannered Mike Moynihan tears into a groomed run at Sunshine Village.

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Video: Andrew McLean: Delirium Dive

Jamie McCulloch making Delirium Dive at Sunshine Village look easy.

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Video: High Flying Santa

What's Christmas without a visit from the fat man himself?

In Memoriam - Carl Skoog

A tribute from his brothers Lowell and Gordy and from his friends in the outdoors including Andrew McLean and Gary Brill. Includes a selection of captivating images by Carl Skoog.

Learning to Carve in the Pacific Northwest

By Nancy Prichard

The volcanic domes of the Pacific Northwest seem designed with snowboarding in mind. In addition to great snow, you can expect magnificent scenery, varied terrain parks to tempt beginners through experts, and a friendly atmosphere.

Banff 2005 Photography Winners

The 2005 Banff Mountain Festivals wrapped up with a display of the winning images from the Banff Mountain Photography Competition.

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Video: Snow-Kiting: The New Extreme Sport

If you're tired of lift tickets, just launch into the next evolution of wind sports, where human-scale kites take you to places even angels fear to tread.

Snowboard Boots: Your Ticket To Ride

By Visitor

Finding the right snowboard boot for your skill level is a matter of balancing performance with comfort. Here are some guidelines to get you outfitted.

Snowboarding Glossary

By Altrec.com Staff

Whale Tale, Whoop de Doo, Goofy Foot, Snake Run? Not new hip hop dances--just the lingo of snowboarders carving up the slopes.

Eat to Ride

By Miranda Yeary

What to eat to keep you going on the slopes, the trail or the mountain.

Mile High and Very Wide

By Kaj Bune

Whistler/Blackcomb--a Canadian destination with something for everyone: skiing, snowshoeing, mountain biking, hiking, climbing.

Carve Up a Big Corn Snow Cone

By Kaj Bune

Mt. Bachelor and the nearby town of Bend, Oregon, form the hub of a great wheel of athletic possibilities with summer skiing at nearly every spoke.

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