Saturday Dec 7
14th Annual Powder Awards Results - Valhalla wins Movie of the Year,...
With a welcomed return to Utah, the 14th Annual Powder Awards honored the top skiers, cinematographers, and photographers tonight with a sold-out crowd at The Depot in downtown Salt Lake City.
Saturday Dec 7
2014 Men's Powder Poll #10 - Tom Wallisch is #10 in the 2014 Powder Poll
Tom Wallisch Wallisch, the three-time Powder Poll winner from the last three years, was a busy man in 2013.
PSAA program offers free youth skiing
The money-saving offer, sponsored by the Pennsylvania Ski Areas Association , is available at Blue Knob, Hidden Valley, Mystic Mountain at Nemacolin Woodlands, Seven Springs and at resorts in the central and eastern sections of the state.
Skiing: These Olympics perfect fit for U.S.
With the Alpine World Cup off to its regular-season start over Thanksgiving at Beaver Creek, Colo., the journey to Sochi, Russia, where the 2014 Olympics will be held, just got a little shorter.
The Mountain Times
Into the Mind' screening Dec. 4
In the anticipation for the upcoming winter season, Appalachian State University Outdoor Programs is hosting a screening of Sherpas Cinema's new film, "Into the Mind," on Wednesday, Dec. 4. Sherpas Cinema is the production company behind the critically acclaimed, award-winning film, "All.I.Can."
Going Into The Mind - First in an exclusive four-part series, Sherpas ...
Sherpas Co-Director and Cinematographer Dave Mossop details the laborious two-week shoot in the streets of Calgary, detailing the personalities of Auclair and Tom Wallisch while on site and how they used a "golf cart on steroids" to get the shot with a Cineflex.
Awards Nominees Announced - Industry guest invites now...
With just a few weeks away from the biggest night in skiing, POWDER is pleased to announce the official 14th Annual Powder Awards nominees.
Nimbus Launches Trailer For "Compass" Series - Pianos, pillows, pow
This trailer teases a three-part series to Russia, Italy, and Japan. According to Nimbus, the series is a further departure from a mass appeal approach to ski movie making.