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US Ski Mtneering Championship Race

Friday March 13th 6:00pm – Vertical 1 Division Race Stats: TBD Expect 1500’-2100’ of nearly all on piste climbing Race Entry: $20 Mandatory Gear – TBD Saturday March 14th 8:00am- Individual Race Division Stats: ~5,500′ climbing, 10 miles Rec Division Stats: ~3,500′, 6.2 miles Race Entry: $70 Rec Division: $45 Sunday March 15th– Teams/Pairs 1 …

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Dec 28 2015

Review: La Sportiva Spitfire 2.0 skimo boot

Last leg of the A-Basin Dawn Patrol COSMIC race.

During my stint in Tahoe a lot of fellow turn earners wondered why the resorts wouldn’t allow uphill skinning. Now that I’m in Colorado, it is more obvious why rando races flourish here, and with it the opportunity for fitness skinning at resorts, but they’re rare in the Sierra. In California, especially around Lake Tahoe, …

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Bear Valley Skimo Race #3

California’s only ski mountaineering, split board, and telemark race series! We invite every level from first time to competitive skiers. No experience required! Just a healthy dose of adventure.

US Ski Mtneering Championship Race

Friday March 13th 6:00pm – Vertical 1 Division Race Stats: TBD Expect 1500’-2100’ of nearly all on piste climbing Race Entry: $20 Mandatory Gear – TBD Saturday March 14th 8:00am- Individual Race Division Stats: ~5,500′ climbing, 10 miles Rec Division Stats: ~3,500′, 6.2 miles Race Entry: $70 Rec Division: $45 Sunday March 15th– Teams/Pairs 1 …

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Bear Valley Skimo Race #2

California’s only ski mountaineering, split board, and telemark race series! We invite every level from first time to competitive skiers. No experience required! Just a healthy dose of adventure.

Bear Valley Skimo Race #1

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California’s only ski mountaineering, split board, and telemark race series! We invite every level from first time to competitive skiers. No experience required! Just a healthy dose of adventure.

Jan 14 2015

Review: Scarpa’s F1 Evo

Light and always ready to walk, unless you're locked in for turns.

  The evolution continues with Scarpa’s development of backcountry boots that up the ante for where you go by how you go. With the F1 Evo, they combine their experience with making stiff plastic boots that walk well, and ski well. No, you wouldn’t dare use these boots on the Hannenkahm, at least not with …

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