The Silverton Story

What’s life like in one of the last great outlaw towns in the West? Here’s a glimpse into Venture’s day-to-day life in Silverton, where horses run down the streets and epic snowfall can leave residents isolated from the outside world for days at a time.

Silverton Avy Class

It was a beautiful, albeit crispy cold time to take an avy class in Silverton this past weekend. There’s definitely something to be said for taking a course with people you actually ride with on a regular basis, so Venture Snowboards decided to bring a…

Because of Snowboarding

We’re digging the “Because of Snowboarding” series that Ride is producing this year, especially these segments from Hana Beaman and Jake Blauvelt.

Amplid LAB Carbon Split

A few weeks ago, Amplid announced the release of what they’re claiming as the “Lightest splitboard on Planet Earth.” They’re only making 25 of the limited edition carbon split. Read on for the tech details and more info on the project from Amplid. [Press Release] Weighing…

NS Scavenger Hunt

Here’s the lowdown on Never Summer’s Scavenger Hunt. Registration is underway and ends Nov. 29, so get your team together and sign up for this cool comp. Teams of 3 send in weekly edits of 5 tasks they have completed. For each task points are…

Kronicle: Winter 2014

Cool to see the Kronicles starting to stack up as we enter year three. The new issue [Winter 2014] is just hitting newsstands and we’re cranking away on a stacked Photo Annual that won’t disappoint. Stay tuned….  

Valhalla, Revisited

Two winters ago I visited Nelson, B.C. for the first time, and was fortunate to hunker down for over a week with the Sweetgrass Productions crew during their first season of filming for Valhalla. It remains one of the best trips I’ve ever taken—the snow…

Shredding Chamonix with Luca Pandolfi

Luca Pandolfi takes us up the mountain and into perfect powder conditions in his series, “Lines Through Luca’s Lens.” Due to the exceptional snow conditions we were able to ski this beautiful line from the top of Les Courtes (which is rarely skied from the…