Do you know…The Smasher !?

Wednesday, September 21st, 2011

Thanks to Sledworthy magazine you will!

How about a little background first…Sledworthy Magazine is based in the Atlantic Region of Canada and was started by Andrew Goldsworthy in 2005. The magazine’s goal was to profile the great riding in Atlantic Canada, which Andrew and the guys have done very well. In pursuit of Sledworthy Magazine’s goal, they have connected with some North American riding talent that brings about the fusion of Atlantic Canada’s and North America’s riding styles that can be generalized as (more…)

Island Park a couple of weeks ago

Saturday, February 13th, 2010

The day after the road trip to Preston in Idaho, Searle and I decided to make a small road trip up to Island Park, Idaho to do a little exploring…the never ending search for snow. Considering it was late January, one might think we were disappointed in the amount of snow we found. Unfortunately, a less than favorable snow year had conditioned us so that the snow we did find left us feeling very lucky to find such epic deep powder at least 9 inches deep. How bad are snow conditions when 9 inches of powder on top of a 2.5 foot base leave you feeling happy and rewarded? (more…)

Scrubbing Speed

Sunday, March 15th, 2009

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Last weekend I chased Shane Kynaston and Rick Barker through some of Utah’s most technical backcountry. .... Continue Reading this Post

Stitch and Bitch

Tuesday, March 10th, 2009

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With all the technological advancements we enjoy in this day and age you’d think people would have a lot less to complain about. Somehow this is not the case and no matter what the situation it seems that folks tend to look for the very worst – often forgetting how amazing the experience itself might be. A comedian on a late night talk show recently noted the list of gripes presented by a gentlemen with whom he shared a seat row on a cross continental flight. .... Continue Reading this Post