How to be a World-Traveling Snow Chaser - Ski Mag

How to be a World-Traveling Snow Chaser

For each of the past six years, Evans Parent has hit the road for a three-month powder mission, blogging along the way. He slowed down for a minute to share tips on how to follow in his tracks around the world. By Olivia Dwyer.
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