Splitboard Story - Splitboard Journal

Stories, adventures and travel reports from splitboarders for splitboarders. Dive into the wide white world of Splitboarding.

Mamay - On the Search for Japow in Siberia
April 2019 | Splitboard Story

When we met Sergey from Bear Powder Surfs at ISPO he told us about his recent splitboarding and powder surfing trip to Siberia. Of course our powder department had a some questions..

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Exploring a new winter playground
Splitboarding - exploring new areas
April 2019 | Splitboard Story, News

The most important things to keep in mind when exploring new areas with the splitboard, including material checklist and video.

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pic by Russ Shea dopeshots
#UPBATTLE 2019 - A Scottish splitboarding demo weekender
April 2019 | Splitboard Story

After the hottest February on record, and temperatures hitting 17° it was on the cards to cancel the event. But with a small blip in the chart it was time to cross fingers and hold out. It was a good call, storms came in and plastered the Cairngorms with 5 days of snow and wind. It was on!

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Jotunheimen map for tour planning
Splitboarding at Jotunheimen
March 2019 | Splitboard Story

Jotunheimen is the highest mountain region in Norway and Scandinavia. It offers many possibilities for Splitboarding and Splitboard Touring. Here you get an insight and maybe ideas for your next splitboard holiday.

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Splitboarding at Arlberg crossing the lake
Splitboarding at Arlberg
March 2019 | Splitboard Story

Four days of best weather and a big playground for big boys! Beside the "high society" ski tourism you can also find beautiful, almost untouched mountain areas at the Arlberg region which is great for Splitboard Touring. Enjoy the read - if you have questions, just post below!

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Wolves, Bison & Elk: Accessing Yellowstone National Park
December 2018 | Splitboard Story

Yellowstone, located northeast of the Tetons and Jackson Hole, is one of the last remaining intact ecosystem in the northern temperates. Wolves, foxes, free-ranging herds of bison and elk live there. During winter season the park remains inaccessible, in early May however, the National Park Service plow the roads and you can access some mountains near the roads much more easily.

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Take care Icebears
Splitbergen - a short movie about the fascination of Spitsbergen
October 2018 | Splitboard Story, Action Video

An independently produced short film documenting the first Polish splitboarding expedition to the remote mountain regions of Spitsbergen in search of new freeride opportunities. A year of planning and preparation on board at the sailing yacht and the journey north along the 80th parallel through the rough waters of the Arctic Ocean.

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The Crew
One more whisky for the road - Taylormade Films
October 2018 | Splitboard Story, Action Video
The latest movie of Taylormade Film is about freedom, a feeling which sweetens life.
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Anne Flore and Aline ascending
a land shaped by women
August 2018 | Splitboard Story, Campaign / Event, News

Anne-Flore Marxer and Aline Bock present « a land shaped by women », a film directed by Anne-Flore Marxer. “Best Film” award at St. Anton Film Festival 2018 and selected for the 10th Annual Ladies Filmmakers Festival in Hollywood. Congrats from our side!!!

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This looks pretty good but packed
Wintercamping in Cortina D'Ampezzo
July 2018 | Splitboard Story
Winter camping means commitment, organisation and improvisation, here an experience at temperatures down to -12°C in a camper without independent heating.
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Snowy Road - Photo: Ben
Roadtrippin’ through Kyrgyzstan
March 2018 | Splitboard Story, Action Video
Bordering Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and China, Kyrgyzstan is a welcoming oasis in a remote, always fascinating, sometimes volatile, and oftentimes misunderstood part of the world. Impressions of a three week splitboarding roadtrip.
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A street sourrounded by mountains
The first day of summer
December 2017 | Splitboard Story, Action Video
The wind is ferocious and I’m having to lean into it to stay upright. To my left the mountain falls away over exposed rocks and patches of ice towards a dark and turbulent sea far below. Splitboarding in Iceland - by and with Pete Coombs.
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