Craziest 'Ski' Trick Of All Time? (Airborne paraglider grinds chairlift cable)

"Only after thousands and thousands of hours of practice I could envisage making this slide," notes French skier in this video.
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The Stoke Factor: Explained

Living and working as a ski bum at an elite ski destination is a pipe dream for most. Our contributor made it happen for the past four months at Alta and got to see first-hand what it means to truly achieve the stoke factor.
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Watch This Massive Avalanche In Norway

Watch this avalanche sweep down the mountain and overwhelm a mine in its path.
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Video Production Co. Sherpas Cinema Goes 'To That Edge And A Little Bit Farther'

Whenever you see a video of epic outdoor adventure remember there's a guy carrying a big, heavy camera.
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Skiing Is Different In Uzbekistan (Vodka, Go-Go Dancers Included)

Mix one part skiing, one part vodka, two parts go-go dancing and a huge MI 8 helicopter and you get, well, just watch this video.
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Go Jump In A (Frozen) Lake: Ice Swimming Is Crazy, 'Refreshing' Pastime

If Minnesota's bitter winter air isn't cold enough, the water should be just right.
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Video: Massive Avalanche Destroys Ski Lift

This compilation of ski patroller, helicopter and drone footage demonstrates the incredible force of a huge avalanche that swept a Washington ski area earlier this week.
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Ice Road A Temporary Island Lifeline, Tourist Attraction

For a few months of the winter, residents of Madeline Island in Lake Superior can freely travel to the mainland by car over a real road made of ice.
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Ultra Athlete, Orthodox: Hutterite Woman Skis Winter Ultra RaceĀ 

Hannah Hoefer is not the only member of the Hutterite faith in Canada, but she might be one of the most hardcore.
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50 Days Below-Zero! Winter In Minnesota This Year Has Been Harsh

Fifty days below-zero. That's the reality this winter in Minnesota, the home base of GearJunkie. Our editor offers a few tips on how to stay warm (and sane) on the coldest, darkest days of of winter.
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