Unspoiled fields, notorious mountain tops, beautiful chalets, curious towns covered with snow, hand-made cheeses, bespoke chocolates, and probably the prettiest drives on the planet – an excursion in Switzerland is something or other you should encounter rare. At the point when to go on an excursion in Switzerland Skiers hit Switzerland amid winter months yet […]
Fred Beck is one of the five minors that made the news in 1924 with the Ape Canyon incident, when their cabin was attacked by giant hairy ‘Apemen’, after they had shot and possibly killed one of them. In 1967, 43 years later, 78 year old Beck wrote a detailed account with a deeper understanding […]
Multiple windows were smashed from vehicles, a business, and even into homes.
When Trevor Kennison launched himself off of Corbet’s Couloir at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, he never knew the impact it would have.
The weather in Vancouver is pretty mild most of the year, but the weather in the mountains is a completely different story. Spring hits Vancouver in March and April, but it’s often late June or even early July by the time the snow finally melts in the mountains, only to come back again in October. […]
February 4, 2019: Since the cold was going to continue for the next week and Monday was supposed to only be a little bit better than Sunday, I decided to spend my day in bed. I gave my insulating layers to my friend Anna in hopes that she would be able to keep a little […]
Monday Today we are heading for a little bit of an exploration ride around Christchurch, Toyah has a few places set out to visit. The first is a wall of street art, there are some very good pieces of art work, and it fits with what seems like a theme in Christchurch of covering the […]
Author: Porter Fox. Publication Date: December 1st, 2013. Publisher: Rink House Publications, Jackson Hole.
MONACO — Tiger Woods, Novak Djokovic, Lindsey Vonn and the France national soccer team were among the winners at the Laureus World Sports Awards, with Woods claiming the Comeback Award 19 years after he was first recognized. Decorated Paralympic cross-country skier Brian McKeever of Canmore, Alta., was nominated for the World Sportsperson with a Disability […]
Here’s what’s hot on the slopes this year. The 2018/19 ski season is off to a riotous start. Snow reports from across the globe are pointing to record accumulations of “white gold,” early season openings, and conditions for what stands to be an incredible season. Here, we’ve gathered new ski experiences that range from just plain […]
19 year old World Cup freestyle skier, Paul Vieuxtemps, caught an edge and ending up flying through the netting, impacting a scaffolding tower during a practice run at The Snowpark on the Alpe di Siusi in Italy. Luckily the tower was heavily padded and Paul was no worse for wear. This was gnarly: View this post on Instagram […]
After drifting off to sleep to the sound of falling snow, and having just finished writing about sub-zero camper-vanning, I woke the following morning to find that, in the middle of the night, the snow had turned to rain. Things had warmed up and the icily impassable little track that I had gingerly edged down […]
All the walks described here are very briefly outlined on the brochure map “Panorammakarte/Plan Panoramique/Panoramic Map” which is available in tourist information and accommodations for free in Zermatt. Also on the http://www.zermatt.ch website. Hiking routes are graded and times estimated. See also the Cicerone guide to “Walking in the Valais”. Five Lakes Walk – 5 […]
A continuation of Their Glorious Almost In the 1960s corpses were routinely fished from the Truckee River but, being predominately the result of bad guy on bad guy crime, the newspapers rarely took note. The casinos that ran the town administered their own justice⏤much to the relief of the local police⏤and they didn’t want that […]
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