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Chris Coulter Earns Avalanche Knowledge in the Wasatch
Posted on February 12, 2014

The stumps cut high

Chris Coulter spends his seasons guiding in Silverton, Colorado; Haines, Alaska; and Bariloche, Argentina. It’s a busy program, traveling the world from epic location to epic location, but even for a skilled guide like Coulter, one thing that never takes a backseat is the continuing education required to stay sharp where the avalanche dragons lurk.

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Kyle Miller Shreds Forever Young and the Seven Steps to Paradise at Rogers Pass
Posted on February 10, 2014

Asulkan Hut at Night

After a wild ride through New Zealand in an unreliable Delica van, Kyle Miller landed back in the Northern Hemisphere. But our resident splitboard vagabond is a tough man to pin down, especially when the snowpacks are abnormally thin in the Pacific Northwest. Before we even knew he was stateside, Kyle was back on the road again, traveling north to Rogers Pass in the Canadian touring mecca of Glacier National Park. To keep us up to speed on his wanderings and his whereabouts, Kyle sent us this report of attending the Canuck Splitfest, linking up with Holly Walker and Liz Daley, touring into the Asulkan Hut with a big Washington crew, and slaying the famous lines of Forever Young and Seven Steps to Paradise in the heart of the Selkirks.

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Freeride World Tour Wraps Round Three in Tirol, Austria
Posted on February 8, 2014


Replay Live Webcast #FWT14 Fieberbrunn staged… by FreerideWorldTourTV

The third European stop of the Freeride World Tour has just wrapped in Kappl, Tirol, Austria after a last minute venue change due to challenging conditions. Eddie Bauer skier Drew Tabke finished 14th in the finals in  a stacked field of international talent including winner Sam Smoothy from New Zealand, second place finisher Nicki Salencon and Mad River Glen’s finest, Lars and Silas Chickering-Ayers, who both cracked the top ten. The full report from the FWT dispatch is below.

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Chris Coulter Split Technique and Big-Line Sickness from Argentina
Posted on February 7, 2014

Eddie Bauer guide Chris Coulter shows us his Spark split technique and big-line sickness from the Bariloche backcountry in Patagonia, Argentina in another Friday installment of Epic Clips. Coulter spends his summer seasons guiding in the backcountry around Bariloche and Cerro Catedral in one of Patagonia’s first national parks. In this short clip from Spark Bindings and SASS Global Travel, he shows us all his split switchover technique and that he knows how to rip.

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Drew Tabke Reports from the Freeride World Tour Road in Austria
Posted on February 3, 2014

The Rhone Valley and a few of the countless peaks of the Swiss Valais region on the drive from Zermatt to Morgins

Eddie Bauer skier and defending Freeride World Tour champ Drew Tabke just wrapped up his third competitive stop of the season in Austria. We’ve been tracking his results, rebroadcasting his runs and running his sick photos (with the #tabkeontour hashtag) from the freeride meccas of Courmayeur, Chamonix and Fieberbrunn that make up the European leg of the traveling big-line circus. But before he dropped in to the alternate venue in Austria, The Flyin’ Hawaiian sent us this report, literally from the road, to provide us a window on his day-to-day existence on the world tour.

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Caroline George Gets Back on the Chamonix Ice for Vent du Dragon
Posted on January 29, 2014

Stereotypical, Chamonix Ice Runnel Framed in Granite

After an early cold spell in Europe, Eddie Bauer guide and Chamonix resident Caroline George is back on the ice. She’s been sending us updates of climbing WI6 and enjoying après in Italy, skiing pow at Grands Montets, and ticking off Vent du Dragon before picking her daughter up from daycare. It’s a good life for a French guide and this is her report.

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Drew Tabke’s Runs from Chamonix and Courmayeur
Posted on January 28, 2014

Eddie Bauer athlete Drew Tabke just wrapped up the Mont Blanc phase of the Freeride World Tour. Tabke sent it on both his runs in the challenging terrain in both Courmayeur, Italy and at La Flegere in Chamonix, France. He didn’t land on the podium during the Mont Blanc phase of the tour, but the defending Freeride World Champ and confirmed soul rider is back on the road to the Austrian Alps for the next stop, which is blocked out to start Friday, January 31st.

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