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Banff Mountain Film Festival Celebrates the Spirit of Adventure, Once Again

The 2013 adventure film festival season came to a grand finale the Banff Mountain Book & Film Festival in Alberta, Canada. The producers of the many great works of literature and cinema created took center stage to receive awards for their tremendous accomplishments. There in the spotlight before the thunderous applause of a grateful audience the […]

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Valhalla.

Reaching Valhalla

The artists at Sweetgrass Productions just rolled out the trailer for their latest feature film! Valhalla follows the exploits of top flight adventure athletes on a northern alpine joy trip to some of the most awesome ski destinations on the planet. Previous clips I’ve seen along with the cover art on this newest teaser seem […]

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Dance with the Devil

Dance with the Devil

A few weeks before surgery to replace my left hip I got a call from an old friend. The Colorado-based ski journalist Rachel Walker had just taken a job as the editor of new blog from the snow sports apparel brand Stio. She wanted to give me an assignment. Telling stories about mountain culture across […]

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Sam Giffin’s Livin’ Tiny: A Quest for Powder

Home is certainly where the heart is. And if you love skiing there’s no better place to settle down than a snow covered mountainside. But what if you could just pack up your house and cart it off to one world-class ski resort after the next? That’s the basic premise of Liv’in Tiny: A Quest […]

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Sweetgrass Seven Shorts of Solitaire

Just when you thought you put the ski season behind you, the filmmakers at Sweetgrass Productions deliver a new series of shorts from South America “On The Road to Solitaire”. Over the next seven weeks master storyteller Rick Wagoner offers up a few behind-the-scenes tales of an epic ski excursion across the southern hemisphere where […]

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The Canterbury Trail

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 12:29 — 8.3MB) | EmbedWhen it comes to adventure writing the sharpest literary minds draw on the subject matter they know best. Author Angie Abdou brings to her latest book themes from an ancient English text first made popular in the middle ages. “I was a medievalist […]

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