Entries from 'Snowboarding'

Japan 2016 | StoutABOUT

Japan 2016 | StoutABOUT

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Lake Tahoe & Mammoth Mountain

Josh and I had a week free and there was fresh snow in the mountains, so we set out on a week long road-trip! First stop was Reno to visit Michelle, and experience our first ever Santa Pub Crawl. Reno knows how to throw a party! After a fun filled evening the mountains were calling….

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JAPAN & HONG KONG | 4K

JAPAN & HONG KONG | 4K Video Blog

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All About in AUSTRIA

Snowboarding on glaciers in the middle of summer, hiking endless Alpine ridge-lines thru wildflowers, getting lost in ancient cities, biking along rivers, sipping on tasty beers, enjoying local fare, and meeting up with friends…. This was Austria for me last summer. I had been working as a guide for an Active Travel Company called Backroads…

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Austrian Après Ski

When choosing where to go snowboarding in the Alps can be a task in itself, so we talked to some German friends and they refereed us to the town of Nauders. Nauders sits close to three ski centers, and it far enough off the beaten track so that it doesn’t attract hoards of skiers and…

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Neck Deep on a Giraffe in Whistler

It was that time of year again to get a little bit older, so some friends and I decided to head north in search of deep powder, funny accents, and French fires covered with gravy and cheese (poutine) to celebrate. As we crossed into this foreign land known as Canada we quickly discovered that the Canadians are not so…

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Snowboarding to California

When you get a free hotel and ‘almost’ free lift passes it is hard to pass up a trip to Lake Tahoe. The only problem was that I had to get myself there from San Diego. The easiest way would have been to fly, but tickets were expensive, so I decided to drive my Toyota…

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Searching for Snow in New Zealand

After three summers in a row I was getting an itch to go snowboarding, so I called my friend, Dang, and convinced him to meet me in New Zealand for a week of riding. DON’T: Do not get sick the day before you go heliboarding because this means you will not be going on the…

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Deutschland von Nord nach Süd

Germany isn’t that big, but there is a lot to check out. What you do kind of depends on what season you are there. Winter makes for good beer drinking weather, Fasching celebrations, and possibly some snow sports. While, summer lends itself to windsurfing, bike-riding, and great beergarden weather. GO: When in Berlin sign up…

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Snowboarding with the Norsk

Some people argue that the worst time of year to visit Scandinavia is the winter, but I beg to differ. I had an open invite to come up and go snowboarding with a few Norwegian friends that I made while in Australia. So when I had to decide between Norway and the Alps the decision…

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