The DYI media has been swarming in the Arapahoe Basin park, and while we wait for more mountains to open, some riders are getting to work; Zach Solderholm and Santiago Luque are two the those dudes. Check out what they've been able to accomplish in the four-feature park.
The unseasonably warm temperatures have forced two Colorado resorts to push back their opening days. Copper Mountain has moved their opening date to Friday, Nov. 7 and Keystone's opening day will be "as soon as snow conditions allow."
Coming from Carbondale, Colorado and now residing in Silverthorne, Blake Axelson seemingly traveled the globe to create this full part. Well, it might be mostly Colorado and Japan, but it still has that worldly feel.
Apparently it's that time of the year when riders and video editors are rushing to get their footage from last season out before this season is fully underway. I mean, you only had all summer, right? Anyway, here are three edits all filmed mostly in Colorado:
"I remember trying to reminisce about the travels and literally laughing out loud to myself from all the funny moments. I mean 9 dudes crammed into one ran driving from Maine to Colorado, you know some good material is bound to come out of it!"
Another opening day is in the books and the Colorado snowboard season is now officially underway. Arapahoe Basin continued their streak as the first resort open in the state and, as expected, Nate Dogggg claimed first chair.
Arapahoe Basin Ski Area (A-Basin) will kick off Colorado’s 2014-15 ski and snowboard season on Friday, October 17, 2014. Skiers and snowboarders will be able to make turns on the intermediate High Noon trail starting at 9:00 a.m.