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  • High Gear: BCA Stash 20, 30, 40 Pack Review & Field Test
    BCA's Stash series of backpacks ($144.95-$194.95) has been in his gear quiver for year. The sizing is key to the Stash series' success: small days, small Stash 20 liter pack; medium days, medium Stash 30 liter pack; and large days, large Stash 40 liter pack. BCA ambassador Fritz Sperry reports.
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  • Summer Fun and Winter Stoke with BCA Pro-Skier Corey Seemann
    Meet Corey Seemann. If you haven’t already heard of this kid, you better start paying attention. Born and raised in Vail, Colorado Corey is gaining a name for himself through his skiing exploits and contagious stoke. Corey checked in with BCA to talk about this past winter and what he has been up to this […]
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  • Shaxe Gear Review from Tall Boy Couloir
    Where better to test the BCA Shaxe than in East Hourglass Couloir in Grand Teton National Park, and then over in Tall Boy Couloir on the north side Teewinot, Mount Owen cirque. Mountain Weekly News Ryan Ariano reports.
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  • Backcountry Safety Summer School 2017
    At BCA, we feel that there is no better way to spend these long summer months than brushing up on your snow and avalanche safety skills. That is why we have created the BCA 'Backcountry Safety Summer School', a course with three sets of quizzes each designed to help you brush up on your backcountry safety and avalanche rescue knowledge. Take one of our quizzes and enter for a chance to win one of ...
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  • Heading to Chile? Get Your Float Airbag Refills Here.
    BCA Chile is providing avalanche airbag cylinder refill services at three convenient locations in 2017.  Email our BCA Chile distributor "Chile Chad" Maurer at info@bcachile.com with your info and arrival date and his team will be happy to give one of our BCA refill centers a heads-up on when they can expect your arrival for the service.
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  • Converting your Snowbike Back to Summer Use
    Ski removal/tire swap, check. Track & tunnel removal, check. Reinstalling rear wheel for summer riding, check. Moto Evolution's Jason Burandt walks us through each step to converting your snowbike with a Moto-Trax kit.
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  • Summer Skiing the Best New Zealand “Ski Fields”
    South America gets all the glory when it comes to summer skiing. And I don’t deny that the terrain in the southern part of the Americas is epic. But another destination you should consider is New Zealand. With abundant backcountry terrain, here are the best New Zealand ski fields to visit.
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  • Tracker Throwback: Powder Magazine Editor Rescues Partner in Japan “Pow Frenzy”
    The Naeba resort had received over three feet of new snow. It was a powder frenzy, stoked on adrenaline and the buzz of skiing untracked every run. Then, in the late afternoon, the group decided to ski a slightly different aspect --- and triggered a loose snow avalanche leading to a full burial and avalanche rescue. They were only the second group to report a Tracker DTS save back in 2001, and ...
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  • Freeride World Tour Athlete Spotlight: Berkeley Patterson (Part 3 of 3)
    Crystal Mountain native Berkeley Patterson started ferried competitions in eighth grade. A graduate of California's Sugarbowl Academy, Berkeley is now a student at Quest University in Squamish B.C., where is enrolled in its LEAP program, which allows him to take time off to compete on the Freeride World Tour while he earns his degree.
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  • Freeskier Gear Review: Ski Mountaineering with the Stash 30 on James Peak, CO
    The East Face of James Peak is an extremely popular location for all forms of alpine mountaineering.  Photo: Rob Writz, Front Range Ski Mountaineering.  James Peak* is the namesake mountain of the James Peak Wilderness. This peak is not the highest point in the wilderness area, but it does occupy the prominent end of the ridge […]
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  • Freeride World Tour Athlete Spotlight: Grifen Moller (Part 2 of 3)
    With second place finishes at Revelstoke and Crested Butte, Grifin Moller is ready to ascend from the Freeride World Qualifiers in 2017 to the Freeride World Tour in 2018. Grif reports on his training, his philosophy and his extracurriculars keep him delivering top ten results in every competition he enters.
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  • #unepicadventures: Backcountry Brotherhood Born in Summit County
    Drew Petersen and his brother, Grant, grew up outside Silverthorne, Colorado, whose town logo is a rendering of Buffalo Mountain. In this #unepicadventure, the two bros climb Buffalo and ski the classic Silver Couloir on Buffalo’s north side, considered one of North America’s 50 classic ski descents.
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  • Freeride World Tour Athlete Spotlight: Trace Cooke (Part 1 of 3)
    With first place finishes at both the Crested Butte and Kicking Horse Freeride World Qualifiers along with a fourth place finish at Revelstoke, Trace Cooke was able to land the top spot in the overall rankings for North America. Trace reports in on the training and experiences that contributed to his meteoric rise during the 16/17 FWT season.
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  • Freeskier Review: Backcountry Access BC Link Radio, Camo Style
    On a recent overnight trip in Colorado's Holy Cross Wilderness—Donny O'Neill and crew found their BC Link Radios to be particularly useful. A spring storm was hovering and visibility was low. But their team of four was able to communicate back and forth, relaying to each other information about whether certain routes into the East Cross Creek drainage were safe and skiable.
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  • Watch Video: Shared Lines – Developing New England’s Backcountry Alliance
    The backcountry and sidecountry in the East Coast is often heavily wooded, making it difficult or nearly impossible to ski. For years, many members of the New England backcountry skiing community have fought for the right to glade and trim sections of forest to make these areas more optimal for backcountry skiing.
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  • #unepicadventures: Turn around on Mount Rainier
    When Backcountry Access was calling for #unepicadventures -- decision making success stories, Sam Bergeron thought, “Boy, do I have a lot of these backcountry fuck-ups, turn-arounds and lessons-learned to share!” Read Sam’s ultimate #unepic season-ending Mount Rainier ski tour story here.
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  • Avalanche Safety and What to Look for in Spring Snow Conditions
    Spring brings the opportunity to travel higher and deeper into the backcountry. It's also a time of high activity from loose wet and wet slab avalanches. Now is a great time to have look at late season snow conditions and be reminded of snowpack, weather and terrain conditions to consider when traveling through avalanche terrain.

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