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7 questions with Scotty Vine

Published on 01/30/2015

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We chopped it up with snowboarding visionary and one-footer sensei Scotty Vine to talk all things Arbor, his creative process before strapping in and the international hijinks that arise on the road. Read on for a glimpse into the mind of one of snowboarding’s most creative pros.

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Winter Weather: Three Factors To Watch

Published on 01/30/2015

“It came out of nowhere.”  “The weather was great and then…” After decades of hearing these stories, along with being part of quite a few of them myself, I’ve noticed a few trends. When the weather is deteriorating on a path to inclimate conditions, Mother Nature offers up a few clues that meteorological drama is ahead.

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5 Treks, 10 Days or Less: South America, Part Two

Published on 01/29/2015

Steamy jungles, glacial summits, ancient ruins—South America has it all. While much of the continent is tropical, it also contains the world’s largest mountain range, The Andes, which span over 5,000 miles through seven countries. The eclectic mix of natural beauty, snow and sun make these treks a must for international adventure seekers.  

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Traveling Tips: Going Nomadic in Nepal

Published on 01/29/2015

When travelling to the other side of the globe, it’s easy to make mistakes.  Luckily, Nepalis understand; they’re an extremely forgiving people.  That said, do your best to recognize (in an indirect culture, this can be easier said than done) and learn from mistakes.  Here’s some advice to make your first days in Nepal as shock-free as possible.

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The TeamSnap App: Five Ways to Better Ski Days

Published on 01/28/2015

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With over 7,000,000 users, TeamSnap is the number one app for sports teams and clubs looking to simplify schedules, payments and more. That said, mountain-bound groups appreciate streamlined communication at their fingertips as well. From planning a weekend expedition to collecting ski week condo fees, here are 5 ways TeamSnap eliminates ski trip stress.

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Climbing Ireland’s Highest Peak: A Mahoney Clan Triumph

Published on 01/27/2015

Size, they say, is relative; one man’s mountain is another’s molehill. With measured expectation, I elected to hike Ireland’s highest peak. At only 3,406 feet, it certainly didn’t possess the grandeur of Colorado’s 14ers. Yet, as a downstream member of the Mahoney clan, it became my duty to see the homeland from its highest point; in the event weather allowed for a legit view.

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Friends in High Places: Surfing the Pacific

Published on 01/27/2015

Surfing and skateboarding, tree houses and tents. The West Coast has never been so dreamily portrayed in winter, not since The Mamas and The Papas released “California Dreamin.” Cyrus Sutton captures the enchanted nature of the coast through overhead drone shots and languid longboard-friendly waves. From the iconic panoramas of National Parks to the unknown vistas along miles of forgotten coastline, this edit induces daydreams. While you might not sell all of your belongings to buy an old camper van, this short film will at the very least make you want to go surfing.  

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Buyer's Guide: Men's Winter Boots

Published on 01/26/2015

Conquer sidewalk and trail alike with winter boots that plow through slush and sleet. From value-driven picks to performance-oriented trailblazers, Active Junky is here to help you lace up.

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X Games Recap: Freestyle Reaches New Heights

Published on 01/26/2015

This X Games was indisputably the craziest in recent memory. Records were broken, limits rebuffed. Tricks are starting to sound more and more like important historic dates: we saw a 1620 triple cork from Mark McMorris and a switch 1800 from Alex Schlopy. We watched Chloe Kim, age 14, come back from a devastating fall in the superpipe to become the youngest X Games gold medalist ever. Spencer O’Brien threw the first 900 in the history of women’s competition riding and still didn’t find a place on the podium. Most prominently, Vincent Gagnier won Big Air gold without throwing a single triple; his pair of tweaked out 1620s singlehandedly (well, he used two hands) injected style back into competitive skiing. 

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Surf the Earth: The White Waves of Tahoe

Published on 01/25/2015

This is our type of edit: twanging guitars, warbling vocals and rock n’ roll snowboarding to match. The latest episode of Arbor’s shred series “Curtis Woodsman’s Surf the Earth” features Curtis and a crew of powderhounds including Danny Davis, Scott Blum and Taylor Carlton. Together, they take on the white waves of Tahoe.

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