With our contest under way, we thought it would be cool to dig up some interesting articles from our archives that you may have missed. We urge you to tell your friends about us and join our Facebook community!
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In the mean time, have a look at some of our favorite articles
Ymir Yurts: Going Beyond The Hut – ever wonder what it would be like to stay in a Yurt? Well, now you can do it in search of that powder stash.
CANSI – How To Become A Telemark Instructor – become a telemark instructor in Canada. This is how you do it!
Flickr Photo Of The Week: Mount Shuksan – a beautiful photo ripping it up on this slope
Lorin Paley: The Profile Of A Telemark Champ – what goes through the mind of a telemark ski champ? We asked Lorin some questions about her life as a telemark racing champ.
The Curious Case Of SCARPA And The Castor Oil Plant – SCARPA goes green with their Pebax boots and shoes. Some cool scientific information about SCARPA’s initiative.
Tip: Lose The Poles For A Run Or Two – force yourself to do this drill. It will teach about balance and body position.
Sébastien Montaz-Rosset: The Adventure Of Filming – some of the most amazing footage I’ve seen so far. Telemark, mountaineering, slack-lining, and some amazing footage from this guy.
Telemark Skiing in Japan, One Day, You Will Be Mine – with a part of Japan trying to overcome disaster we felt it was appropriate to include this article as a tribute to the heart of this land.
We write out of our passion for telemark skiing and hope that you’ve enjoyed some of our “granola”. We have some great articles in the works for the spring and summer, and maybe in the next few months you’ll see a new design for the site. So join us! It’s good for you!