Kelly Steele: Backcountry Splitboarder

Today, if you ask the average person about snowboarding and what he knows about it, he will more than likely respond with keywords such as “X-games,” “terrain park,” “Olympics,” “Shaun White” or something related to those words. The younger generations of snowboarders are definitely pushing the barriers of freestyle but for many of these young […]

Snow Cat Skiing on Monashee Powder

Photos courtesy of Freeride Media When asked along on a cat skiing trip in British Columbia, it’s tough to say no. A chance to travel along the Powder Highway should never be turned down, if at all possible. To sweeten the pot, it was with a group of old friends, and a media production company […]

Alpine Finishing School

It’s amazing what all can be accomplished in a span of a weeks time and the evolving friendships that ensued. Some of these ladies I feel like I’ve known for a lot longer than a week. I wish I had time to expound on each day’s adventure, but there are just too many stories to […]

Blind Spot

We are very grateful to Amie Engerstrom for sharing her story with us.  It takes a lot of courage to publicly share mistakes made,  yet her desire to see others be safe in the backcountry is what has led her to share the experience!  Thank you Amie, you are an inspiration! We all know the […]

Liz Daley

Look up Snow Bunny in the dictionary and under it you will see a picture of Liz Daley. Well, maybe not, but her picture SHOULD be there. As a Jones-sponsored rider and Patagonia Ambassador, Liz can regularly be found climbing rocks, mountains, or crushing it on the slopes. Her climbing, mountaineering and general bad-assery on […]