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Welcome to Backcountry TV! The Backcountry Magazine backcountry video repository. We invite you to watch for the stoke, to see other members tearing it up off-piste, or to educate yourself how to recreate safely in snow country. And Backcountry TV will keep bringing you the goods, so make sure to check back often!




Tech Talk: Touring and Avalanche Awareness Video
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Editor’s Note: After we spent a few days skiing at Snowbird in late January, this video came across our desk. In it, Snowbird patrollers Sean Zimmerman Wall and Markus Stevens give a rundown of backcountry gear, avalanche rescue awareness and snowpack assessment. For more on what you need to know to head OB, check out the February/March issue of Backcountry, on newsstands now.

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Tempting Fear: Inside the mind of Andreas Fransson
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Swedish extreme skier Andreas Fransson is on the cover of the January "Icons Issue." This documentary gives a little look into why....

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Los Cuatro Amigos: Salty Gringos seek Cerro Castillo Fresh
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Outstaying their welcome in the small Chilean village of Cerro Castillo, PowderWhores’ Drew Stoecklein (photog), Forrest Coots (Mt. Shasta climbing ranger), Chuck Mumford (Vermont ski shop employee & ski bum) and Jason Thompson (Rainier and Alaskan Guide) headed for the hills. The experienced horseman entered the Cerro Castillo National Reserve and this is what they found….

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Early-season Tahoe Video
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Lake Tahoe local Brennan Lagasse shares the stoke of a late-October storm that brought more than four feet of snow to the region.

Lake Tahoe local Brennan Lagasse shares the stoke of a late-October storm that brought more than four feet of snow to the region. Check out his story and photos, here.

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Speed Riding
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Ueli Kestenholz speed rides 3000m on Silberhorn.

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Ski Lyngen
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Six minutes of Norwegian zen.

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A Skier's Journey III - Trailer
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This season brings a new installment of Jordan Manley's "A Skier's Journey." In its third year the Journey continues to travel through the soul of skiing. In his soft-spoken style Manley manages to seamlessly merge three contrasting landscapes into a single work of ski-art. Enjoy the trailer!

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Glen Plake Speaks on CNN
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Glen Plake shares his experiences on Manaslu with CNN's Anderson Cooper.

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Backcountry Magazine Ski Test Video For The 2013 Gear Guide
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2013 Backcountry Ski Test Video

With more than 50 testers, 500 new products, the Backcountry Magazine Gear Test Week is the largest and most unbiased ski test in N. America. Check out the video to see how it went down this year at Powder Mountain, Utah! And then check out the Backcountry Magazine 2013 Gear Guide to see the results of the test.

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DIY Beermingo
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DIY Beermingo

Every year Backcountry Magazine hosts a Gear Test Week, and every year our team of testers use and rate hundreds of new products. Each year the skis, boots, and bindings change, but one piece of gear remains the same-- The Beermingo. Sometimes called the Gear Test Week mascot, the Beermingo is both an old friend and a W.M.D. (We'll let you decide what the "D" stands for.). We hope you enjoy our first ever "Do It Yourself" video. Please use your Beermingos in way that promotes the backcountry community.

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BCM Ski Test 2012
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BCM Ski Test 2012

On March 6, over 50 testers will descend on Powder Mountain, Utah for the fifth year at the annual Backcountry Magazine Gear Test. In anticipation of five days of charging hard on next season's best year, we queued up last year's ski test video. Enjoy.

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The Sorcerer’s Snow: British Columbia’s Sorcerer Lodge
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The Sorcerer’s Snow: British Columbia’s Sorcerer Lodge

In January, Jeff Campbell and 18 friends spent a week at British Columbia’s Sorcerer Lodge. Deep in the Selkirk Mountains, they found pillow lines, dry powder, frigid temperatures and spirited games of Jenga. Here’s an edit from their trip.

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Never Go Alone: Backcountry Avalanche Awareness
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Backcountry avalanche awareness

Last March, Bradley Gardner went missing while skiing sidecountry at Big Sky, Montana. With a donation from Gardner’s family, Big Sky Search and Rescue has launched a campaign to educate side- and backcountry skiers.

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Callangate: Glen Plake Skis a Peruvian Giant
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Glen Plake skiing the Peruvian Giant, Callangate

In 2008, Glen Plake and Rémy Lécluse traveled to Peru's Cordillera Vilcanota where they posted a new route on 20,046-foot Callangate. "It was just frickin' beautiful. I'll never forget it," Plake said of the descent. Here's footage from the trip.

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Rice on Ice: Glen Plake in the Himalaya
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Glen Plake skiing in the Himalayas

In 2006, French guide Rémy Lécluse invited his friend, Glen Plake, to join him in the Himalaya's unskied Chandra Valley. There, they knocked off four descents from as high as 6,500 meters. Here's a video from Plake's first high-altitude adventure.

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Avalanche Account: Tempting Fate
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In the January issue of Backcountry Magazine, Nathaniel "Pouch" Gauthier shares his experience tempting fate and going for a ride in an avalanche in the Wasatch Mountains. Here's POV video from his slide.

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Breaking Trail: A Look At Powderwhore Productions' New Film
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On the surface, Powderwhore Productions' new film marks a major shift for the filmmakers--it's not an exclusive telemark flick. But even though Breaking Trail migrates from the PW's tele-centric roots, it still features their signature high-quality, no-frills backcountry filmmaking.

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Stone Cold: Tombstone Mountains Expedition
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For two weeks last April, the Backcountry Magazine team explored the Tombstone Mountains in the northern Yukon. In the December issue, Drew Pogge shares the story from the expedition. Here's video and more photos from the trip.

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Beacon of Change: South American Beacon Project
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For the last year, South American Beacon Project has been bringing avalanche awareness and used transceivers to workers in the Central Andes Mountains. Here are testimonials from three who have benefited from the non-profit's actions. For the full story on SA Beacon Project, pick up the November issue of Backcountry.

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Things Imagined: Three Sisters BC Edit
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Last winter, athlete Jeff Campbell teamed up with BCM Associate Editor Tyler Cohen and photographer Garrett Grove for a trip to Three Sisters Backcountry, Oregon's newest yurt operation. Three Sisters was boasting a banner year, and the trip didn't disappoint. Here's Jeff Campbell's edit from the trip.

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Rainier Falling Down
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On June 24, a massive rockfall ripped from the top of Mount Rainier's Nisqually Cleaver, dropping house-sized rocks and thousands of tons of ice onto the Nisqually Glacier below. The rockfalls continued for two weeks, affecting skiing and climbing routes. Check out a video of the damage, here.

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BCM Ski Test 2012
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BCM Ski Test 2012

With over 50 testers, nearly 400 new products, and 16" of powder spread over five days, the Backcountry Magazine Ski Test is the largest and most unbiased ski test in N. America. Check out how it went down this year at Powder Mountain, Utah.

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May 20th Powder Day
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May 2011 powder day, Colorado

In the month of May, Colorado was abnormally wet and dreary. But rain and clouds in the valleys means snow in the mountains. Join BCM Editor Drew Pogge for a moody journey into one of the year's last—and best—powder days.

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Iceland's Northern Fjordlands
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Skiing Icelands Northern Fjordlands

Last April, as Iceland's Eyjafjallajokull volcano blew its top, BCM Editor Drew Pogge traveled to the land of fire and ice with a plan to ski the country's highest peaks. The eruption tampered with those plans, but Drew still got to experience skiing powder from sky to sea in Iceland's northern fjordlands.

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ZERO DEGREES Trailer
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Zero Degrees Trailer

ZERO DEGREES explores winter in the Coast Mountains of British Columbia, and our relationship with the freezing level. Every winter it rains and snows at all elevations from sea level to mountain top peaks. People living on the coast learn to appreciate what the rains bring and make the most out of all conditions. We love it here.

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Mountain Skills: Snowpit Basics
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In the January, 2011 issue of Backcountry Magazine, the Mountain Skills feature "The Pits: Consistent Snowpit Procedure" illustrates perfect pit protocol. Watch professional IFMGA guide Evan Stevens demonstrate these same techniques at backcountrymagazine.com.

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A Month of Pow
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December Colorado Powder

Better late than never, right? Enjoy some footage of Colorado's deepest December in recent memory; a little powder, perfect trees, and sweet couloirs. Why didn't we get it up earlier? January was just as good....

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