Splitboard Story in the Splitboard Journal
Stories, adventures and travel reports from splitboarders for splitboarders. Dive into the wide white world of Splitboarding.
A dream comes true, Andreas and his girlfriend fly over to Japan to splitboard the legendary "Japow", here the little write-up.
Joy or agony of choice. Imagine your winter would be an endless splitboard testival, every winter a single testival with new and better material. Dream or battle of material?
The pictures reflect moments of our pure splitboard feeling, enjoy!
The Taylormadefilmz Crew had been active again and produced a great Video including a philosophical character. Enjoy!
Splitboard season is over in the northern hemisphere. If you couldn't catch enough snow or are not into surfing, usual locations for splitboarding on the southern hemisphere would be Chile or New Zealand. Here we present three more remote locations for real splitboard explorers.
From 9th to 12th of March, the full range of sun, powder and yogi vibes attracted us to beautiful Navis in Tyrol. 13 splitboard enthusiasts spent four sensational days in a cosy hut, in order to deepen their freeride and yoga skills in a relaxed atmosphere.
Legendary Oldschool - nearly 400 "somewhat crazy" snowboarders celebrated the roots of snowboarding in Stuben am Arlberg and completed a 1001 vertical meters backcountry race of the extra class.
Here comes our full report with many colorful pictures.
Lots of Splitboarders already have kids. So we want to recommend the Family Freestyle Weekend to all of those. It had been one of the most crazy events of the season, a great possibility to meet likeminded people and to pass on the Freestyle-Stoke to the kids.
Splitboarding with Jeremy and the Jonescrew on the Dachstein loop. A long relaxed hike gave us plenty of time for interesting conversations, so we talked about high-altitude splitboarding, climate change and trends in the splitboard industry sector.
A trip to Ben Reynold's playground - his backyard in Chugach Mountains in southern Alaska. When the weather and snow align, it’s time to move!