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Segment Sunday: Rob Alford 2013 – Ghost Media

November 2, 2014 |

Rob Alford carves up some big mountain lines in this upbeat 2013 edit by Ghost Media. That powder…

Vimeo description: “With this edit we tried to focus on the scenic aspect of sledding, along with roll in natural features. Rob is probably the most fluid rider l have had the opportunity … Read More

Dave Treadway Sled Access to Ski Touring Mission

September 8, 2014 |

For most sledders, this story will get old when the skis and the skins start getting used. But until then, it’s sweet to remind yourself how awesome it is to break into a new zone with deep pow and blue skies.

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Traversing the Dogtooth – Golden BC

September 1, 2014 | 2

There’s a point at the beginning of every trip when the feeling starts to sink in; the confines and hassles of everyday life slip away and you enter the mind state of adventure. With a last minute decision I hit the road bound for Golden, BC. The only thing I … Read More

Bralorne Rad Zones – Toyota Commercial -Dan Treadway and Julie-ann Chapman

April 24, 2014 |

This winter we teamed up with Dan Treadway and Julie-ann Chapman for a trip to Bralorne BC. Expect to see a Rad Zones article about the trip in MSM Issue 6. This is the Toyota webisode about the trip shot and edited by Jonathan Schramm.

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Geoff Kyle Deep Powder: Whistler March 2014

March 25, 2014 |

You won’t need to watch all 8 minutes of this video for it to make you jealous. If anyone can find you pow, it’s Geoff Kyle. Looks like these 3 Norwegians had a pretty mind blowing trip.

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March 12, 2014 | 2

A medium –sized drainage that connects to a massive network of valleys beyond, Gorman is the access point for exploration of a huge part of the Dogtooth Range of the Purcell Mountains.  You won’t find a lot of trees to ride, but there are bowls, hills and chutes as far … Read More

TRIP REPORT – Inner Passage

March 1, 2014 |

The trip ended the way it began only in reverse, with the scratching of carbides on Dan Treadway’s driveway in the dark. The noise of our unloading pierced the calm Pemberton night and when the silence returned, I walked over and gave John Schramm, my truck partner for the last … Read More

WOLVERINE – Tumbler Ridge

February 1, 2014 |

By Mike Reeve Living in Alberta typically means long hauls to get to good mountain sledding. Calgary sledders usually head west to Golden, Revelstoke and beyond. Edmonton folks travel to McBride, Valemount and Blue River. Grande Prairie, however, isn’t nearly that far from the BC border. Only about a 30 … Read More


December 12, 2012 |

A legendary sledding hotspot, Revelstoke’s Boulder Mountain has been satisfying the deep powder addict for over 40 years. Its ease of access, well-maintained facilities, and extremely rare combination of plentiful beginner terrain alongside expert-crushing deep snow and climbs make Boulder one of the most talked-about riding areas in Western Canada, … Read More