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THE WAGNER JOURNAL

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The Future of Skiing

The Future of Skiing with Joel Gratz at Telluride Mountainfilm Festival Each Memorial Day Weekend, our hometown of Telluride is flooded with film, art, and ideas that inspire audiences from all different walks of life to create a better world. The festival is Mountainfilm, and is not to be missed. The films and presentations zero in on real world issues...
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Adventure Skiing in Chamonix with Victor Major

There is a Mecca in every adventurous sport. Surfing has the North Shore, climbing has Yosemite, and mountaineering has the Tibetan Plateau. To me, Chamonix has always stood as the Mecca for (extreme) skiing. I have long harbored fantasies about skiing legendary Cham lines and this past April I was finally able to turn my dreams into reality. The following...
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The God of Skiing: An Interview with Peter Kray

The God of Skiing, by Peter Kray, has been called, “The greatest ski novel of all time.” Reveling in the exploits of the legendary Tack Strau, an iconic East Coast racer whose stunning wins and spectacular crashes made him an instant celebrity on the NCAA race circuit, the book reads like a love letter to a sport built on gravity,...
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The Best Spring Skiing Trips

Let’s face it, ski season is too short. Once spring hits, we always want a little more. A little more powder skiing, a few more slush turns, and of course, at least one more adventure. Once the lifts close in the US, there are still plenty of options to have fun on skis. We put together a few options for...
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Our Favorite Custom Ski Graphics From 2016-2017

Every pair of skis we make is uniquely crafted for that individual skier. The ski width, length, shape, rocker and camber profile, stiffness, flex pattern and material makeup is different for each pair of skis. But, that’s all internal. What makes our skis so fun post-production are the special graphics that each of our customers come up with. Our in-house...
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Winter Camping Tips & Tricks

As spring approaches, it’s natural to start thinking about peak bagging, corn skiing and camping overnight in order to reach your objectives. If your ideal routes involve hard to reach zones or multi-day adventures, we have a list of tips and tricks to keep the stoke high and adventure continuous. Once you decide on an objective and head into the...
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Après Ski Stretches

At this point in the season, it’s possible that you are slaying the steeps, hammering up bootpacks with ease and blasting through the gnarliest conditions like a superstar. If not, check out our best ski performance secrets and pre-ski stretches to help you get through the rest of the season. Assuming that you are executing at a high level, multiple...
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Crested Butte Vacation Beta

Crested Butte is often referred to as the best kept secret in ski country, and frankly we agree. The town is picturesque, lined with Victorian-funky homes, cozy shops and inviting restaurants. Crested Butte Mountain Resort is rowdy, it’s known for its steep lines and expert terrain. However, the mountain has a soft side as well and is extremely family-friendly. CB...
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