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Rebellious Progression

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has a history of being a bit of a rebellious outsider, one that everyone wants to high five, explore, and attempt to tame.

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9.2.2021

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Culturelines

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Jackson Hole, Wyoming

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#DirtMagic and Revitalizing Communities with Trail Building

Home to hundreds of miles of maintained multi-use trail, the Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship (SBTS) is creating a Trails Master Plan, laying out a world-class multiple-use trail system, providing an economic recreation asset for severely disadvantaged communities across Plumas, Sierra and Lassen counties in the Lost Sierra region of Northern California.

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6.2.2021

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ARTILECT STUDIO

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Downieville, California

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The Badlands

Found in South Dakota, the Badlands' landscape boasts a maze of buttes, canyons, pinnacles, and spires. The park encompasses an astonishing 244,000 acres where fossilized skeletons of three-toed horses and saber-toothed cats can be found. The Badlands are a sight to be seen and more so, experienced.

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5.3.2021

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Mark McKee

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South Dakota

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Boulder, Colorado

Boulder is geographically unique. Look to the East and it's flat prairie lands as far as the eye can see. Turn West, and the Flatirons rise up in a remarkable visual announcement that the Rocky Mountains have begun. It’s aspirational, magnetic, awe-inspiring,and humbling.

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1.24.2021

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ARTILECT STUDIO

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Boulder

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Heart & Soul: Outsiders Store

An interview with Dave Whitlow, Creative Director, Ellis Brigham Mountain Sports.In the early 90’s, when the snowboard industry was finding its way into the global market, Dave Whitlow was at the forefront, ushering the sport by creating The Snowboard Asylum as a cultural movement adjacent to Ellis Brigham, the UK’s largest specialty outdoor and ski retailer.

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1.30.2021

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Dave Whitlow

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A Democratized Backcountry Ski Experience

Colorado’s Bluebird Backcountry is the world’s first modern human-powered backcountry ski area, with 4,200 skiable acres (1,200 avalanche evaluated and 3,000 guided only out-of-bounds). Bluebird boasts zero lifts and will welcome 200 skiers per day.

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1.30.2021

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