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Ski/Snowboard

Skiing and snowboarding's most talented athletes doing what they do best.

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18th Annual Powder Awards Photo of the Year  

Cody Townsend skiing above the clouds, Lake Tahoe.

Jeremy Jones sunrise toe side  

Jeremy just doing what he does best during an early season sunrise. I love early season, when the sun is low, because we can ride east and south facing aspects in blower powder. Later in the year, these aspects get cooked by sun and the snow gets effected very quickly.

Kashmir Calling  

Andrew McLean dropping into one of the many bowls of Gulmarg Kashmir. This photo was the first two-page spread for a featured photo essay in Backcountry Magazine's 2018 Photo Annual issue.

Michelle Parker skiing Emerald Bay  

The Emerald Bay Chute faces south, so we started early to ski it in stable powder. The sun shined through the clouds just for a moment. Michelle Parker shows us how special it was.

Jeremy Jones Masterpiece  

Jeremy Jones paints a masterpiece on Red and White Peak, Sierra Nevada, CA.

John Morrison, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve  

John Morrison skiing in the Chugach mountains, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve

Jim Morrison, East Shore Sunset  

Jim Morrison skiing the east shore of Lake Tahoe at sunset. It's hard to get this south and western facing exposure in powder, but we nailed it and the light was amazing.

Cody Townsend Skiing to the lake  

We had been shut down by an inversion, it seemed as if we were in a ping pong ball. Right around sunset, the sun reflected off the clouds above and into this inversion layer creating a pink hugh. It was incredible, diffused light. We scrambled to get a few shots, including this one, then the light was gone.

Jeremy Jones shows us how low he can go  

Jeremy Jones Carving the Sierra Nevada

Jim Morrison, east shore sunset  

Jim Morrison skiing the east shore of Lake Tahoe at sunset. It's hard to get this south and western facing exposure in powder, but we nailed it and the light was amazing.

Elyse Saugstad, West Shore Powder Day  

Elyse Saugstad enjoying some "Sierra Cement" on a fine powder day on the west shore of Lake Tahoe.

Jeremy Jones toe side, Tahoe  

Jeremy just doing what he does best. I love early season, when the sun is low, because we can ride east and south facing aspects in blower powder. Later in the year, these aspects get cooked by sun and the snow gets effected very quickly.

Powder day on West Shore  

John Morrison skiing the west shore of Lake Tahoe during a rare, cold and deep, storm cycle.

Jeremy Jones Carving Horizon Lines  

Jeremy Jones carving the horizon on Carson Pass. Back-lit shots are some of our favorites

John Morrison, Sickle Couloir  

It snowed several feet, then went blue the day we arrived at our hut. We were met with uncharacteristically stable snowpack and fine weather. We worked our way up to this line as it's vert steep and narrow for several hundred feet before easing.

Jeremy Jones Surfing Tahoe Snow Waves  

Jeremy Jones has the best turn in snowboarding. Here he's demonstrating in the Tahoe Backcountry.