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“Whether you’ve just purchased an SLR camera or have years of experience behind the lens, this workshop will dramatically improve your ski photography skills,” Markewitz says. “Snowbird has been my home mountain for more than 30 years and is an ideal venue for epic ski photography thanks to its dramatic scenery, legendary snow and incredible terrain.”
The Scott Markewitz Photography Workshop includes three days of uninterrupted instruction both on the mountain and in the classroom as well as three nights at the Cliff Lodge, lift tickets, early Trams and breakfast. The workshop costs $1,250 and interested parties can register by calling Snowbird Central Reservations at (800) 453-3000.
Patroller by day, vandal by night. Dean Cardinale at Snowbird. Read the whole story here.
There are no live chickens in here. Yet. Dusty Sackett (right) bracing for the prank. Read the whole story here.
Kye Peterson in Chamonix’s Poubelle couloir, days before skiing the nearby line that took his father’s life.
At least someone paid attention during yoga. Skogen Sprang at Alta.
Will Burks goes straight while making 99 turns.
The biggest prank is on us: Snowbird patroller Dean Cardinale gets paid to do this. Read the whole story here.
Carlo Travarelli follows his inner voice at Alta. It says, “Ditch gapers on a powder day.”
Will Burks at Snowbird. Read more about Ulmer’s Zen ski camp.
Breck’s hike-to terrain is where the goods are – and where the people aren’t. Chances are you’ll find Solitude (above), off Chair 6, aptly named.
It’s slow. It’s cold. It’s as out-dated as Flexon boots and neon headbands. But Breck’s T-bar accesses some of the raddest terrain this side of Whistler, B.C.: Horseshoe Bowl, Ptarmigan, Forget Me Not, Y-Chute. Trust us, they’re worth it.
A crowded town suits this ripper just fine.
From the look of things on Peak 10’s Cimarron Trail, the current trend is boom, boom, boom.