We are now a Cheetah Factory Racing Dealer! Sales will be by special order only for now. If you've been accessing the backcountry by using a snowmobile and you are annoyed having to carry your board or your skis on your backpack then this is the best solution possible! Used by professional snowboarders across the industry including names like Travis Rice!
This is just a little teaser of some snowmobiling and one line down some stuff we found in the Teton Range
The STICKS AND STONES MOVIE PREMIERE PARTY of Welcome to the Hood is indeed going to be a party. Not only are we going to watch the freshest bouldering movie to hit the screens, but we will be putting you to the test with some fun climbing contests to win swag.
Sticks and Stones/Sled Shed is the host of this awesome party.
Will be held Saturday March 24th
Tickets are $5 and the swag is free.
Doors open at 8pm and we'll start the movie at 9pm. So come when the doors open to get lucky and win some gear.
All proceeds from this party are going to be donated to the newest climbing festival to hit the western states, the Idaho Mountain Festival. www.idahomountainfest.com
Welcome to the Hood highlights the 2 month trip to Switzerland, Austria and France shared by climbers and friends Daniel Woods, Paul Robinson, Guntram Joerg, and Anthony Gullsten. Climbing in Ticino, Murgtal, Silvretta, and Fontainebleau, the crew accomplished some of their biggest climbing achievements to date. Witness Guntram and Anthony send their first 8B+/8C, Paul make the first ascent of an 8B+, and Daniel make the first 8B+/8C flash in the world. At around 40 minutes in length, Welcome to the Hood gives you an inside look at the psyche and motivation that goes hand in hand with living and climbing with elite athletes.
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Sno*Bots getting out and exploring! New zones to shred! SWEET!!! Expect some footage soon as we get out and pillage some powder!
We are experiencing Deep Slab Instability RIGHT NOW! Avalanche conditions have been at Considerable for some time now and the reason is that we are still suffering from those weak layers of snow that are near ground level. This video does a good job of pointing out that sometimes stronger thicker slabs trick us and lure us out into dangerous terrain. As he explains though we have some weak layers at the bottom of the snowpack and there are often trigger points or spots that have thinner slabs on top of them and if disturbed those spots can quickly propagate and cause large and dangerous avalanches. It takes a long time for this type of snowpack to heal and become stable. Be sure to keep all of these things in mind when traveling in the backcountry!