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Exum Files – Teil 3: Technische Passagen beim Skibergsteigen
Exum Guide Zahan Billoria erklärt die effektive Herangehensweise an technische Passagen beim Skibergsteigen in anspruchsvollem Gelände.
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Lines Upon the Water
Black Diamond-Athlet Antte Lauhamaa entdeckt die steilen Skiabfahrten der nordnorwegischen Inseln.
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Connections
In der frühen Wintersaison geht es darum, sich wieder daran zu erinnern, was es bedeutet Skifahrer zu sein, und dieser Film hilft uns dabei.
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Mary Mac’s Winter Dreamin’ Playlist
Listen to BD Athlete Mary McIntyre’s favorite songs for shredding.
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Get Up To Get Down: Drei Backcountry-Rituale für diesen Winter
In diesem Artikel beleuchten wir drei Rituale oder „gute Angewohnheiten“ für den Winter, um Ausflüge ins Backcountry optimal zu gestalten.
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Live.Ski.Repeat: Unser Winterritual
Jeden Winter gibt es ein ganz besonderes Ritual. Bei Black Diamond ist es das Skifahren.
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Exum Files – Teil 2: Hilfreiche Skitechniken mit Guide und Weltmeisterin Jessica Baker
Jessica Baker, Lead Exum Guide und ehemalige Weltmeisterin im Freeskiing, zeigt Euch einige grundlegende Techniken, um Euer Fahrkönnen zu verbessern.
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Ready When You Are
Arbeiten bei Black Diamond ist mehr als nur ein Job. Es ist ein Lebensstil. Der folgende Film wurde von den Mitarbeitern und Athleten von Black Diamond aufgenommen.
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Die Exum Files – Teil 1: Einzelheiten zum Extended Column Test
In der ersten Ausgabe der Exum Files erläutert Bill Anderson, Senior Exum Guide, auf welche Weise Extended Column Test-Ergebnisse Entscheidungen im Gelände beeinflussen
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QC Lab Playlist
Pushing gear to the ultimate breaking point requires a rocking soundtrack.
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Andrew McLean: Skiing Through Kashmir
BD Ambassador Andrew McLean finds a Shangri-La of powder in South Asia.
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The Turns I Earned: Noah Howell and the Line He’ll Never Forget
BD Athlete Noah Howell remembers the backcountry ski run that stands out among the rest.
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Get Up to Get Down: 6 Skinning Tips From Pros That Know
BD Athletes Tobin Seagel, Kim Havell and Jordan White share their hard-earned tips for skinning efficiently in the backcountry.
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Tobin Seagel: A Return to Climbing
BD Athlete and big mountain skier Tobin Seagel rekindles his love for climbing after a 10-year hiatus and realizes the two sports have something in common that he still loves.
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Tobin Seagel: Protect Our Winters
BD Athlete Tobin Seagel believes we can turn climate change around. Here’s how.
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Johnny Collinson: The Sickle
Johnny Collinson is a sucker for adventure. So when Sherpas Cinema pitched him the idea of skiing a gnarly, 2000-foot line in the Canadian Rockies, Collinson was all in.
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Jordan White: Skiing Alaska’s Thunder Mountain
Black Diamond Athlete Jordan White loves Alaska. It’s his chance to unplug and get away from work, ski lifts and a busy life. In Alaska, White’s only work is putting one foot in front of the other while his skins serve as the area’s ski lifts. This spring, he and a crew headed back to “the last frontier” with an eye on a prime line. And as usual, Alaska did not disappoint.
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Antte Lauhamaa: Discovering Norway’s Hidden Ski Paradise
Black Diamond Ambassador Antte Lauhamaa went hunting for powder on Norway’s rugged coastline. What he found is an island he thinks will be a Norway’s new premier ski destination.
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Tobin Seagel: Chasing Dreams in the Monashee Mountains
BD Ambassador Tobin Seagel recently spent four days in the BC backcountry with a crew he thought he had nothing in common with … until they all skied some “unifying” powder.
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Thomas Gaisbacher: Skiing and Guiding in the Wild Yukon
When Sherpas Cinema wants to film the raddest skiers and snowboarders ripping in the remote Yukon, they hire Black Diamond Ambassador Thomas Gaisbacher as their head guide. For three weeks in April, a crew of shredders pillaged powder under the watchful eye of Gaisbacher, who kept everyone out of harm's way … oh, and he also squeezed in a few epic runs too.
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Jordan White: Finding the First Turns of Winter
Black Diamond Ambassador Jordan White explains why the old phrase, “you don’t know ‘til you go,” is everything when it comes to early season ski touring.
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Jordan White: Skiing the 13ers of Colorado's Elk Mountains
Black Diamond Ambassador Jordan White has climbed and skied every 14er in Colorado. Now he’s set his sights on the rugged 13ers in the Elk Mountains.
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Live.Ski.Repeat
We’re all looking for something out there. Success, happiness, meaning, the perfect line—call it what you want. Where is it hiding? And how far will you go to find it? Watch why we Live.Ski.Repeat.
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Will Cardamone samples Japan with PowderWhore Productions
Black Diamond Athlete Will Cardamone joins Jay Beyer, Dan Abrams, Megan Michelson, Eric Balken, and Jonah Howell of PowderWhore Productions for two weeks of legendary powder in Niseko and Fursno, Japan.
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BD athlete Will Cardamone and the Skiers Chalet
Will is spending his winter in one of Aspen's last ski bum strongholds, the Skiers Chalet.
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LIVE.SKI.REPEAT
A tribute to the skiing life.
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Thomas Gaisbacher skiing in British Columbia
Thomas Gaisbacher heads to the Skeena Mountains of northern British Columbia to ski untracked pow and epic pillow lines.
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Evidence of Things Not Seen
On a traverse of the Icelandic ice cap, Sune and Lindsay Tamm were faced with a choice: find a proper map or have an adventure. They chose the latter.
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A Question of Risk: Samuel Anthamatten
Continuing our discussion with the world’s top climbers and skiers on the risks inherent to their passions, competitive freeride skier, climber and mountain guide Samuel Anthamatten weighs in.
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A Question of Determination: The Gender Gap
In Argentina, the mountains' close proximity does not always mean easy access, especially for women. Brigid Mander explores the cultural factors that affect the female faction of Argentina's greatest skiers.
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The Human Factor: Chapter One
Despite hours of training and years of experience, it happens. Somewhere between digging pits and assessing terrain traps a lapse in good judgment occurs, and avalanches entrap even the most experienced skiers. And we are left asking, why? In the first chapter of a five-part series exploring five separate slides, the editors of Powder elucidate The Human Factor.
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The Human Factor: Chapter Two
Despite hours of training and years of experience, it happens. Somewhere between digging pits and assessing terrain traps a lapse in good judgment occurs, and avalanches entrap even the most experienced skiers. And we are left asking, why? In the second chapter of a five-part series exploring five separate slides, the editors of Powder elucidate The Human Factor.
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The Human Factor: Chapter Three
Despite hours of training and years of experience, it happens. Somewhere between digging pits and assessing terrain traps a lapse in good judgment occurs, and avalanches entrap even the most experienced skiers. And we are left asking, why? In the third chapter of a five-part series exploring five separate slides, the editors of Powder elucidate The Human Factor.
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The Human Factor: Chapter Four
Despite hours of training and years of experience, it happens. Somewhere between digging pits and assessing terrain traps a lapse in good judgment occurs, and avalanches entrap even the most experienced skiers. And we are left asking, why? In the fourth chapter of a five-part series exploring five separate slides, the editors of Powder elucidate The Human Factor.
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The Human Factor: Chapter Five
Despite hours of training and years of experience, it happens. Somewhere between digging pits and assessing terrain traps a lapse in good judgment occurs, and avalanches entrap even the most experienced skiers. And we are left asking, why? In the fifth and final chapter of a series exploring five separate slides, the editors of Powder elucidate The Human Factor.
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