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Join your hosts Maxwell & Darrin as they talk with splitboarding and backcountry industry pros, gear manufacturers, and certified mountain guides. No matter how much experience you have in the backcountry, you'll learn everything there is to know along with us to take your tours and shredding to the next level. New episodes drop weekly - subscribe to get notifications when new episodes are Dropping.
 
On Totally Deep Backcountry Skiing Podcast, Doug Stenclik and Randy Young of www.cripplecreekbc.com bring you the lowdown on the world of uphill and backcountry skiing and boarding. Ski gear, technique,backcountry fashion, jargon, and assorted spray, not to mention science, plenty of science, from two guys who know how to earn it in the backcountry. Skiing uphill, skiing downhill, skiing in your tub, its all skiing on this cast. Backcountry Skiing, Uphill Skiing, Skimo Racing, Split Boarding ...
 
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The Splitboard Project is Brought to you by: Spark R&D http://sparkrandd.com Cardiff Snowcraft http://cardiffsnow.com Tailgate Alaska http://tailgatealaska.com We kick off this episode of The Splitboard Project with Markus Moser guide with Splitboar-camps.at - a guide in Austria about his season. We then turn things over to co-host and Spark R&D fo…
 
Backcountry first caught a glimpse of Will’s prototype splitboard bindings in 2008. A brief writeup in the magazine that year was the precursor to inclusion in every Backcountry Gear Guide since. While they lacked polish in the early days the bindings showed promise. And that first generation of Spark clamps would lay the foundation for that elusiv…
 
In Episode 107 of Totally Deep Podcast, Doug Stenclik and Randy Young of www.cripplecreekbc.com bring you the lowdown on the world of uphill and backcountry skiing and boarding. Gear, technique, fashion, jargon, guests, and assorted spray from folks who know how to earn it in the backcountry. The world's best backcountry skiing podcast. Episode 107…
 
If you’ve been to a mountain town in the past decade you’ve seen the proliferation of Skida hats and neckies. They’re part and parcel now to global ski culture. But what about the founder of Skida? That’s 31-year-old Corinne Prevot. What began for Corinne as a means of self expression in high school has blossomed into a business with 20 employees u…
 
The Splitboard Project is Brought to you by: Spark R&D http://sparkrandd.com Cardiff Snowcraft http://cardiffsnow.com Tailgate Alaska http://tailgatealaska.com We kick off this episode of The Splitboard Project with co-host and Spark R&D founder Will Ritter live from the ski track. We talk with Silverton guide and former pro rider Chris Coulter abo…
 
We recently sat down with intrepid explorer Lani Bruntz, soon after she arrived home from a bikepacking trip in Mexico. Prior to that adventure, she was skiing and guiding in Chile. If there’s one thing we learned about Bruntz during our interview, it’s that she’s almost always on the move. Whether exploring her Crested Butte, Colorado backyard, or…
 
In this episode, we have a conversation with backcountry snowboarder Nick Russell. Like so many of today’s top snowboarders, Nick cut his teeth riding freestyle out East. He grew up in Connecticut before making his way to Vermont’s Stratton Mountain School. The longtime home to the US OPEN, Stratton has produced snowboarding legends like Ross Power…
 
EPISODE 99 Ruedi Beglinger, a man of the mountains. To be more specific, the Selkirks in British Columbia, Canada where, for the last few decades, he and his family have lived, in fact, his kids grew up on the Durrand Glacier. Ruedi’s story begins in the Swiss Alps where he was born and raised. He first traveled to North America in 1978 and eventua…
 
In Episode 106 of Totally Deep Podcast, Doug Stenclik and Randy Young of www.cripplecreekbc.com bring you the lowdown on the world of uphill and backcountry skiing and boarding. Gear, technique, fashion, jargon, guests, and assorted spray from folks who know how to earn it in the backcountry. The world's best backcountry skiing podcast. Episode 106…
 
Jason Hummel: Cascade Crusader In this episode, photographer and Backcountry contributor Jason Hummel shares his passion for exploring far-flung places in his home range and beyond. Jason grew up backcountry skiing on Washington’s glaciers and in the surrounding wild country, including his first multi day winter traverse of Mt. Rainier at just 10 y…
 
EPISODE 98 Alex Andrews of WNDR Alpine is a rad dude with experiences ranging from skating bowls and jibbing the streets of Ogden, UT. He eventually started riding and working for Burton as a young ripper. Alex’s “powder panic” and love for the mountains have him aligned with Wonder Alpine as their snowboard marketing and product manager. His passi…
 
Bruce Edgerly, or “Edge,” as he’s known to the backcountry community, has been around the block. He cut his teeth in the outdoor industry by writing for Powder and Couloir in the 1980s, and traveling the globe to cover the burgeoning extreme skiing movement. In the early nineties, Edge found himself out of a job and largely unemployable, despite ha…
 
EPISODE 97 McKinley grew up on the icy hills of New York, learning to ride in the Catskill Mountains. He made his way west in 2013 and began exploring the snow-filled mountains around Utah, Montana, and Colorado. His love of backcountry riding brought him to the Snow Science program at Montana State University, where he studied the applications of …
 
In Episode 105 of Totally Deep Podcast, Doug Stenclik and Randy Young of www.cripplecreekbc.com bring you the lowdown on the world of uphill and backcountry skiing and boarding. Gear, technique, fashion, jargon, guests, and assorted spray from folks who know how to earn it in the backcountry. The world's best backcountry skiing podcast. Episode 105…
 
In this episode we sit down with Than Acuff, Executive Director of the Crested Butte Avalanche Center. The CBAC is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing an avalanche forecast for the community every day of the winter season. The small forecasting team swings way above its weight, all while working in the West Elk Range, home to one of th…
 
EPISODE 96 2022 Freeride World Tour Junior World Champion, Lila Yeoman. Started snowboarding at the young age of 3, began competing at 11, and splitboarding at 14 Athlete for Jones Snowboards, ambassador for POC Sports, and snowboard instructor at Snowbird Currently working on riding all 90 lines in The Chuting Gallery Some would view Lila as a tee…
 
The Splitboard Project is Brought to you by: Spark R&D http://sparkrandd.com Cardiff Snowcraft http://cardiffsnow.com Tailgate Alaska http://tailgatealaska.com We kick off the new season of The Splitboard Project with co-host and Spark R&D founder Will Ritter. Will also fills us in on some of the new Split videos this season with a Spark R&D movie …
 
Angel Collinson turned the freeskiing world upside down when, at 31 years old and the height of her career, she retired from professional skiing, swapping big mountains for the ocean. Angel speaks about the similarities and differences between big mountains and big water, what it takes to master one’s craft (and whether it’s worth it) and when—or i…
 
Alex Gavic is a photographer, adventurer and splitboard mountaineer. Discovered his love for photography over 15 years ago while skateboarding around with his friends Skating evolved into snowboarding, and as an athlete, he started finding himself in front of the lens as much as behind it His content drew a huge social media following, bringing man…
 
Stratton (a.k.a. Cascade Connections) dedicates his time in the backcountry to raising awareness of the impact of carbon emissions and the effect of increased traffic in the alpine wilderness along the Pacific coast. Based in Bend, Oregon and calls the Cascades Volcanoes his home range Snowboards without the assistance of any fossil fuel vehicles, …
 
EPISODE 93 Pro rider Marissa leads by example, is passionate about getting the dawn light, and spends as much time in the mountains as possible. Born and raised in the northern woods of Michigan Moved to Oregon to become a wildland firefighter for the Mt. Hood National Forest She has been splitboarding all over North America, Eastern British Columb…
 
After a long hiatus, we're back! Introducing a familiar voice back to the Dark Starts program - Maxwell J. Morrill. Max brings 3 decades of experience to the show, plus a huge rolodex of friends that he met along the way. In this mini-episode, we chat about where the podcast came from and where it's going. One thing's for sure, we are making the sp…
 
In Episode 104 of Totally Deep Podcast, Doug Stenclik and Randy Young of www.cripplecreekbc.com bring you the lowdown on the world of uphill and backcountry skiing and boarding. Gear, technique, fashion, jargon, guests, and assorted spray from folks who know how to earn it in the backcountry. The world's best backcountry skiing podcast. Episode 104…
 
In Episode 103 of Totally Deep Podcast, Doug Stenclik and Randy Young of www.cripplecreekbc.com bring you the lowdown on the world of uphill and backcountry skiing and boarding. Gear, technique, fashion, jargon, guests, and assorted spray from folks who know how to earn it in the backcountry. The world's best backcountry skiing podcast. Episode 103…
 
In Episode 102 of Totally Deep Podcast, Doug Stenclik and Randy Young of www.cripplecreekbc.com bring you the lowdown on the world of uphill and backcountry skiing and boarding. Gear, technique, fashion, jargon, guests, and assorted spray from folks who know how to earn it in the backcountry. The world's best backcountry skiing podcast. Doug calls …
 
Benedikt "Bene" Böhm, the CEO of Dynafit is a force of nature. Pushing into his mid-40s, the husband and father of three epitomizes life balance not by teetering near the fulcrum but by living near the extreme ends of the see-saw. He logs upwards of 30,000' of weekly vert, steers an international mountain products brand, and believes in full-value …
 
On Episode 100 of Totally Deep Podcast, a quick celebration for Doug Stenclik and Randy Young of www.cripplecreekbc.com for making it to episode 100! As usual, they bring you the lowdown on the world of uphill and backcountry skiing and boarding. Gear, technique, fashion, jargon, guests, and assorted spray from folks who know how to earn it in the …
 
The Splitboard Project Presented by Spark R&D EARTH DAY • Season Two Episode Five The Splitboard Project is a ‘magazine style’ podcast for splitboarders of every ability co-hosted by Spark R&D founder Will Ritter and The Snowboard Project host Mark Sullivan. Each month, The Splitboard Project will release a new episode to educate and entertain its …
 
The scene in Alaska is a unique one in the world of winter sports - full of risk, challenge and ultimaterly - unlimited powder and mountains. In this new series we go in depth on the scene in Alaska. We start off this week with a short interview with a guy who pushes the limits of what is possible on a snowboard - albeit without sponsors, media exp…
 
On Episode 99 of Totally Deep Podcast, Doug Stenclik and Randy Young of www.cripplecreekbc.com bring you the lowdown on the world of uphill and backcountry skiing and boarding. Gear, technique, fashion, jargon, guests, and assorted spray from folks who know how to earn it in the backcountry. The world's best backcountry skiing podcast. As Totally D…
 
On Episode 98 of Totally Deep Podcast, Doug Stenclik and Randy Young of www.cripplecreekbc.com bring you the lowdown on the world of uphill and backcountry skiing and boarding. Gear, technique, fashion, jargon, guests, and assorted spray from folks who know how to earn it in the backcountry. The world's best backcountry skiing podcast. This 98th ep…
 
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