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Skiing in Gulmarg, a Himalayan outpost deep in Kashmir’s Snow-Swept Peaks
MEXICO - SEEKING FOR A NEW PORT by GotSurf.ca. Driving the 1000 miles that would lead us to the ferry to get to the mainland, we randomly stopped in one of the Seven sisters' gorgeous point breaks. After the painful (for the RV) dirt road drive, we stopped to surf our first real good "baja style" empty wave.
Nick Bullock making the possible second ascent of Le Panthere Rose (VI,6) on Raeburn’s Wall, Ben Nevis in January 2012. The route was first climbed led by Godefroy Perroux in April 1993, but despite several attempts, there have been no reported repeats. This year’s team reported that “after a delicate start, lots of funky ice led to the top. Recommended!” (Photo Keith Ball)
Deep in Alaska Jeremy Jones and other snowboarders wait out a storm. After 12 days in their tents, they quickly made up for lost time.
Dubai: A Skier's Journey EP2 S3 by ARC'TERYX. In 40 degree heat, in the largest sand desert on the planet, Chad Sayers and Chad Manley go looking for the one of the world's strangest of ski environments: Ski Dubai. In the midst of a city of dizzying ambition, this 'local hill' climbs 60 vertical meters out of a luxury shopping mall. Inside the frigid, air conditioned space, they find a dedicated ski community of desert-dwellers, growing in the unlikeliest of places.