Posts ByMountain Sledder, Author at Mountain Sledder
Arctic Cat has recently published a sequel to its first Destination Elevation short film, and it’s a beautiful piece of work. The film and several short episodes that have dropped since are produced by the same Alaska production company, Hybrid Color, that put together Winter Project a few years back.
SLEDFILM—the biggest film and awards show in the winter motorsports industry—once again hits the screen and stage in Bend, Oregon on November 9th and 10th, 2018 for SLEDFILM 19. Riders, athletes, industry icons, filmmakers and guests from around the world come together for a weekend of fun and film.
The USDA Forest Service has acknowledged that due to software update, there was a problem with comment submissions appearing correctly, including some appearing to be related to issues in the Sierra, Sequoia and Inyo National Forests, rather than the Chugach National Forest, for which they were intended.
Fernie, BC will play host to the first ever Elk Valley Snow Avalanche Workshop (EVSAW) at Traynor Hall on November 10, 2018. The event welcomes both avalanche professionals and recreationalists for a day of collective discussion and engaging presentations on a variety of winter backcountry topics.
Traditionally, 509 films have featured a combination of athlete segments and footage partitioned into separate riding trips. But for 509 Volume 13, they’ve gone out with the goal of riding every month of the year, and the footage is shown sequentially. It’s a neat concept, loosely called, “Chasing the Endless Season.”
When the snow isn’t great at home, it’s time to hit the road; and that’s just what the crew in Boondockers Fifteen did. An exceptionally low snow year prompted the Boondocks riders to search for adventure in new locations. And—as usual—they found it.
The Big Four snowmobile manufacturers have come out with their parts and accessories catalogs for 2019, so here’s our take on the top 3 snowmobile accessories available this winter for Ski-Doo, Polaris, Yamaha and Arctic Cat mountain sleds!
White Dumpster has been publishing sledding video content on YouTube since 2016, and they’ve recently released their 2018 season edit entitled, We Out Here. The footage follows the gang as they shred some of the very deep snow that was present in Winter 2018-19.
Once again, BRP has shown its continued efforts to promote avalanche safety for mountain riders by supporting more than 40 free avalanche awareness seminars this fall through its Ski-Doo brand.