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Why I Still Telly: The Art of Telemark Skiing

Words by Steven Furman We craved adventure. We sought challenges. We wanted to be free to ski and explore the unknown.  We wanted to be unique, original and primal in how we skied and experienced the backcountry.  This beautiful, enticing,...

An Introduction to Avalanche Centers + Forecasts

As we embark on a season unlike any other, one proving to show more and more folks heading out of bounds and into the backcountry, I have become something of a backcountry 'subject matter expert' in my friend group. I will...

Women's-specific Backcountry Education Opportunities and Resources

I'll just dive right in here: over the past several years, there has not only been a massive influx of new backcountry travelers but there has also been a huge demand for women-specific backcountry education opportunities. I won't delve in too much...

Decision Making in the Backcountry

This is a guest post from Nic Hall from Bend, OR. A passionate outdoorsmen, backcountry skier, and medical professional. Nic is currently a faculty member at the School of Medicine OHSU with a research focus on decision making in high stakes environments....

The Oregon Skiers Bucket List

Anyone who’s spent any time skiing in Oregon knows the state has no shortage of great skiing. There’s really something for everyone there, from nearly year-round skiing on Mount Hood, to the playful terrain of Mount Bachelor, to the big...

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