Category Archives: Skiing
Congratulations to the winners of the 2012 Freeskiing World Tour in Revelostoke! Here are a few shots from our very own Meg Haywood Sullivan. Thanks again Meg. For full coverage, follow this link:
What: The 13th Annual Powder Blast
Where: The Emerson Center for Arts and Culture
When: 6:30 p.m. Friday, October 28
Why: Fabulous Mexican fare, Lone Peak brewskies and live music by The Sierra Padres – all to raise some dough for the Friends of Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center. Why the heck not?
Tickets: Get ‘em at Northern Lights Trading Company, Timber Trails in Livingston, Grizzly Outfitters in Big Sky, or right here.
Cost: $30 per person.
Be there: The VAST GAllery, 410 N. Broadway, Bozeman. Next to the Bozeman Brewery.
When: Thursday, September 19th, 7 to 11 p.m.
Why: Mystery Ranch is proud to sponsor “Perfect Moments of Shred,” a photo fundraiser for the Aaron Robinson Plant a Seed Foundation. The night of snowboarding-inspired photographs will be a celebration of the life of Aaron Robinson, a Montana-based snowboarder who died while snowboarding in Chile this summer.
The show will feature a curated collection of iconic photographs from the snowboard world that have never been available for public purchase, until now. This limited edition series features work by the following internationally respected photographers: Jeff Curtes, Tim Zimmerman, Andy Wright, Mike Yoshida, Jenna Low, Scott Serfas, Oli Gagnon, Liam Gallagher, Colin Wiseman Scott Sullivan, Frode Sandbech, Reid Morth, Matt Georges and Chris Owen.
Proceeds from the event will Benefit the Aaron Robinson Plant a Seed Foundation, a Whitefish Based non-profit started after Aaron’s untimely death, which will help carry out Aaron’s dream of providing underprivileged children the opportunity to experience a passion and love for snowboarding.
Ryan Walters recently sent us this Video that breaks down his 2010/2011 Skiing Season… it’s worth checking out… a few times!
Georgia is a curious place, especially for the mountain-minded. Not the Georgia of peaches and the American South. This is the Republic of Georgia that straddles Europe and Asia, the Georgia of the former USSR, the Georgia that’s home to the Caucasus Mountains: an incredibly unique East-West range of nearly endless, and largely unexplored, vertical. These mountains are a 200 mile long, 50 mile wide spine, cranking to Mt. Elbrus’ heaven-brushing 18,510 ft., that draws a sharp topographical line between the Black and Caspian seas. It was the idea of these mountains that inspired a team of Bozeman-based buddies to plan–and execute–the ski trip of dreams. Imagine: a stopover in Istanbul; mountain travel by old Soviet-era cargo helicopter; cocktails and turns with the President of the country; a beach day on the Black Sea; a swing through Engelberg on the way home; days upon days of pillow lines; exploring a strange and new place, of deeply embedded history and geography.
We were so impressed by the vision of this trip that we outfitted the guys with both prototype and production Mystery Ranch packs, to help them safely on their way. Sometimes, the best way to tell a story is through … READ MORE >
Tailgate Alaska takes place each spring on Thompson Pass, Valdez Alaska. For more information about the event check out http://www.tailgatealaska.com/
This video was shared with us by Erik Morrison who along with a few other Montanan’s made the journey north for the event. Erik was wearing a Mystery Ranch Blackjack AE prototype during his trip. For more information about our Blackjack pack, check it out here… http://www.mysteryranch.com/s.nl/it.A/id.34217/.f
Special thanks to Erik for putting this video together and sharing it with Mystery Ranch! We hope you all enjoy watching it as much as we have!… READ MORE >