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!
Splitboarding in Iran three main questions to be answered - different than expected - maybe not?
If you draw a line on a world map between Kitzbühel in Austria and Niseko in Japan then Kazakhstan biggest city is located right in the middle. Almaty has a rich history of mountaineering and alpine skiing. Sebastian from roninsnowboards.com was exploring the Tian Shan Mountains in the Ile-Alatau National Park near Almaty last spring. Here is his report.
Unique terrain, new perceptions and finest powder in the Toten Gebirge in Styria.
Hanging out ist "State of the Art", here you get our online interview with Becca and Will from Spark R&D. 10 Years of research and development paired with sparking moments - enjoy!
In February 2016 the conditions are suitable for a Splitboard winter ascent of the impressive Hochvogel. In summer it's a popular destination, however in winter summited only rarely. Impressions of a lonesome tour in the Allgäu Alps:
The Aiguille du Fruit is one of the most impressive mountains in Courchevel. You can see it from all over the ski-resort and here you can watch a video how it is summited at perfect conditions with a splitboard.
Have you ever dreamt about riding in terrain, where you leave civilization completely behind you? Waking up every morning in a warm cabin with nothing but snow covered mountains around? Being surrounded by surreal glacial views? That is exactly what you find at the Highlands of Iceland.