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G3 SENDr Review: Calling All Powder Hunters

The two most impactful pieces of backcountry skiing gear are your skis and your boots. While the other gear plays an important role, skis and boots are the things your going to notice the most on every step and every turn. When it comes to these two pieces of gear, there’s this paradoxical problem of wanting something that’s lightweight and flexible on the uphill, but burly and stiff for the descent. You want to be able to climb efficiently and comfortably, but you don’t want that feathery gear to hold you back from floating on powder and charging the descent. The G3 SENDr skis are a valiant solution to this paradox.

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Tecnica Cochise Review: The one-boot quiver solution

Backcountry ski touring has exploded in popularity over recent years. Increased avalanche educational resources, better infrastructure, and an overall desire to escape overcrowded resorts has led to the proliferation of this great sport. But let’s be honest here, getting into backcountry skiing is expensive.
Starting out with ski touring doesn’t only require specialized skis, boots, poles, and outerwear. It also requires all kinds of new gear like skins, avalanche safety equipment, touring packs, and more. The costs add up in a hurry! Thankfully, there are ways to get into backcountry skiing without breaking the bank. One of the ways to do that, without sacrificing on quality, is the Tecnica Cochise.

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Skiing The Haute Route: Everything you Need to Know

A Classic Ski Tour: The Haute Route In the world of ultimate ski trips, there is one that is often at the top of every adventure skier’s bucket list – The Haute Route. Meaning “High Road” in English, The Haute Route traverses the French and Swiss Alps from Chamonix, France to Zermatt, Switzerland. As we …

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How to Spend a Spring Long Weekend in Banff

Free from the crowds of the summer and the sub-zero temperatures of winter, Springtime in Banff is a great time of year to experience the Canadian Rockies coming to life. As the threat of winter recedes, the snow on the valley floor gives way to the first tastes of greenery and the glacial lakes reveal …

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