What began as a practical way to cross impassible roads in the snow turned into a major recreational and sporting activity.
And unfortunately, when you're on near-vertical Alaskan spines, the consequences While the world's attention is turned to South Korea for the Olympics, some of the best freeriders in the world are happily skipping the Olympic games.
Apparently someone else was too–and created a smartphone dating app for shred-focused people like yourself. But you can help it happen sooner by contributing to the Snowflake Kickstarter campaign. :) It’s cool, but is it save to use location-based technologies?
Before you get too excited, know now that this app is in development.
But one Alpine festival, Snowbombing, which takes place in April, has taken things one step further with the introduction of chair lift speed dating.
At 8,497 feet high in Mayrhofen, Austria, the festival is known for its music line-up, fancy dress-clad revellers and creative activities (think igloo raves, enchanted forest parties and rooftop jacuzzis), but chair lift speed dating may be one of Snowbombing’s most unique ideas yet.