The Greatest Country on the Planet

On July 4th, 1776 the Continental Congress declared the thirteen American Colonies as a new nation. To celebrate this occasion the custom has always been to do some sort of patriotic display. Some cho...

Gift Ideas for the Mountain Man Dad

They say that it’s easy to be a father, but a true test of patience to be a Dad. A father brings a child into this world, but a dad takes care of their children. Regardless if your father was in...

Bike Basics

The transition has begun. For us diehards we are still out playing in the snow, but for most the switch over to summer activities is in full swing.  This is actually one of my favorite things about l...

Tune Up

Spring…it’s 60 degrees out. The sun is shining and it’s t-shirt weather. Turn after turn comes smoothly and then all of a sudden there is a sudden pull like gremlins just came out of the snow an...

Summer Snowboard Prep

It’s so hard to say goodbye (Update/ **Repost**) So, it’s coming to the time of year every skier or snowboarder dreads…the end of the season. Closing days at a lot of resorts have come a...

The Corn is Ready to Harvest!

Over the years I’ve heard many people say things like: “I can’t ski in April because it gets all slushy” “Doesn’t the snow suck when its 60 degrees out?” “I hate mashed potatoes so I ...

Spring has sprung

Tuesday marks the spring equinox, officially bringing an end to winter. Does that mean the ski and snowboard season is over? The answer to this question is absolutely not! It couldn’t be further fro...

Friends

I’ll be there for you (When the rain starts to pour) I’ll be there for you (Like I’ve been there before) I’ll be there for you (‘Cause you’re there for me too) Okay...

Know Before You Go

Information to help make smarter decisions in the backcountry During half-time of this year’s winter, on a warm evening off a side street in South Lake Tahoe, the Sierra Avalanche Center (SAC) held ...