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  1. The God of Skiing

    The God of Skiing

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    "The God of Skiing" is a reverent, ribald, realistic mixture of fact, fiction and fantasy about what some refer to as the sport of skiing but which high priests and devoted acolytes alike know as a way of life. Peter Kray is a beautiful, insightful and devoted writer, and what we can’t resist thinking of as "The Book of Kray" is among the very best books about the spirit and practice of skiing as a way of life ever written. Learn More
  2. Backcountry Magazine January 2015 - Risk vs. Reward

    Backcountry Magazine January 2015 - Risk vs. Reward

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    This January, Backcountry Magazine is offering a crash course on how to stay safe this winter. From life-saving skills to simple-but-effective tools and tricks, the safety issue covers what it takes to get out there and back again.

    But first, Adam Howard heads to Cortina and Asolo, Italy, where he investigates the Parisotto family’s 76-year-old boot-making business, SCARPA. And while they thrived through the transition from leather to plastic boots, will SCARPA remain the AT and telemark forerunner?

    And leading up to the second-annual Backcountry Basecamp tour, which focuses on safety and the love of getting out there, this issue expands upon our mainstay “Mountain Skills” department. We’re putting all our safety-focused content under the Basecamp name, including the most underrated skills and the newest tools to keep you safer.

    Also inside: Devon O’Neil discloses how trees can predict avalanches, and Biff America tells us why we shouldn’t trust Shakespeare.

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  3. Backcountry 20th Anniversary Gift Subscription Bundle

    Backcountry 20th Anniversary Gift Subscription Bundle

    Regular Price: $68.95

    Special Price: $44.95

    Includes a Set of 20th Anniversary Pint Glasses, 20th Anniversary Issue, Trucker hat, 1 year Subscription, Bonus Photo Annual Issue, and BCM Stickers Learn More
  4. Backcountry Gift Subscription Bundle

    Backcountry Gift Subscription Bundle

    Regular Price: $42.95

    Special Price: $29.95

    Includes a 1 year Subscription, Bonus Photo Annual Issue, Trucker hat, and BCM Stickers Learn More
  5. Backcountry Gift Subscription

    Backcountry Gift Subscription

    Regular Price: $27.95

    Special Price: $19.95

    Includes a 1 year Subscription, Bonus Special Cover Photo Annual, and Stickers! Learn More
  6. Backcountry Magazine December 2014 - Photo Annual

    Backcountry Magazine December 2014 - Photo Annual

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    The Photo Annual is all about lookin’ good. From the 20-page photo gallery to the Apparel Guide—which includes 80-plus reviews of jackets, puffies and pants—the December issue celebrates the awe-inspiring action and locations we love and the gear that gets us there.

    For this year’s Apparel Guide, we’ve gone beyond just highlighting the season’s best outerwear, dividing up each category by price and highlighting our favorite bang-for-your-buck options and the crème de la crème. Among more than 80 jackets, pants, puffies, midlayers and accessories, we’ve plucked 25 Editors’ Choice options to help you figure out what’s worth going into debt over.

    Also inside the December issue, contributor Megan Michelson takes a look at two skiers who’ve spent a decade spreading the telemark and backcountry gospel—Noah and Jonah Howell, the brothers behind Powderwhore Productions. Plus, contributor Ryan Stuart investigates Vancouver, B.C.’s newest backcountry zone, Martin Maier shares his story of survival above 8,000 meters, and Sasha Johnstone, age 16, skis the Grand Teton.

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  7. Backcountry Magazine November 2014 - 20th Anniversary Issue

    Backcountry Magazine November 2014 - 20th Anniversary Issue

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    It’s time to celebrate—Backcountry Magazine is almost old enough to (legally) drink! Our 20th Anniversary Issue takes a look at the legends, turns and tech that have progressed our sport over two decades and more.

    But before celebrating the past, contributors and editors give the scoop on the future of drones in the backcountry, the golden age of tech bindings, splitboard guides and whether or not the backcountry is safer today.

    Then, in a 50-page tribute to 100 issues of Backcountry Magazine, editors, photo editors, contributors and others weigh in on their favorite covers, show their favorite published and unpublished photos, and talk about how the sport—and the magazine—has evolved in 20 years.

    And there are big names, too, from Andrew McLean sharing his top 10 favorite adventures, expeditions and descents to remembering Paul Ramer’s legacy of innovation.

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  8. Backcountry Magazine September 2014 - 2015 Gear Guide

    Backcountry Magazine September 2014 - 2015 Gear Guide

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    September 2014 - 2015 Gear Guide

    Inside the 2015 Gear Guide, you’ll find this winter’s best gear—130 skis, splitboards and bindings including 30 top-performing Editors’ Choice winners. How do we know these products are the best? Because we tested everything. For two weeks last March, between Powder Mountain, Utah and Crested Butte, Colo. a fleet of almost 80 testers ski and rode more than 300 new skis, boots bindings and splitboads, reviewing the latest in new rocker profiles, tech binding innovations and hyperlight, carbon upgrades. Find the reviews, plus an exploration of Japan’s rise to backcountry-skiing prominence, an interview with Lynsey Dyer and Biff America, inside the 2015 Gear Guide.

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  9. Backcountry Magazine October 2014 - 2015 Travel Guide

    Backcountry Magazine October 2014 - 2015 Travel Guide

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    October 2014 - 2015 Travel Guide

    Need a weekend to reset after a long workweek? Or is a weekend just not going to cut it? Our travel guide highlights 25 huts, yurts and lodges (and accounts of the accompanying terrain) for anyone’s schedule, ranging from a few days to a season.

    Contributors from across the U.S. disclose their favorite weekend, weeklong, monthlong and seasonal trips, from weekends at Mt. Washington to transcontinental snow travels. If that’s not enough, we expose 21 additional to get out, get lost and rip turns—no matter the time constraint.

    Then, Editor Tyler Cohen explores the Front Range’s newest and most accessible hut system. And the high-elevation yurts found in Utah’s Tushar Mountains showcase the thrills of escaping the crowds without sacrificing terrain. Also, Jeremy Jones talks about his latest film, Higher, Ogden, Utah puts a twist on the Wasatch, and Biff has a question he’s been dying to ask.

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  10. Backcountry Pint Glasses (Set of Two)

    Backcountry Pint Glasses (Set of Two)

    $19.95

    You need a glass for your beer, so we made the Backcountry pint glass. Perfect. Each 16oz glass features the Backcountry logo and old school skier celebrating 20 years.

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