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How To Hike Powder

How to hike powder with British freerider James Stentiford

How To Hike Powder
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How To Drop Cliffs

How to perfect the cliff drop with British freerider James Stentiford

How To Drop Cliffs
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How To Slash in Powder

How to perfect the powder slash with British freerider James Stentiford

How To Slash in Powder
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How To Stand Up in Powder

How to stand up in powder with British freerider James Stentiford

How To Stand Up in Powder
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Guide to Backcountry Camping

All you need to know about winter camping in the backcountry for some of the best snowboarding you could ever experience

Guide to Backcountry Camping
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How To Turn in Powder

How to turn in powder with British freerider James Stentiford

How To Turn in Powder
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From Indys to Tindys - The Essential Guide to Grabs

The ultimate guide to every snowboard grab: from the Stalefish to the Tailfish

From Indys to Tindys - The Essential Guide to Grabs
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9 Relatively Simple Kicker Tricks You Should Try

But you don't have to try them on kickers this big...

9 Relatively Simple Kicker Tricks You Should Try
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Backcountry Etiquette | Whitelines Basics

Before heading off-piste there are a few unwritten rules of backcountry etiquette worth noting.

Backcountry Etiquette | Whitelines Basics
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Freeride Glossary of Terms| Whitelines Basics

Want to know what freeride terms actually mean? Here's a brief lexicon to help you out...

Freeride Glossary of Terms| Whitelines Basics
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Getting Up In Powder

Few things are more challenging than the dark art of getting up in powder once you’ve fallen over...

Getting Up In Powder
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How To Heelside Powder Turn

Heelside powder turns are essentially surfing layback slashes. If you do ‘em right. Here’s how…

How To Heelside Powder Turn
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How to Toeside Powder Turn

If there’s one guaranteed easy way of kicking up some snow and making a classic snowboarding photograph, it’s the toeside powder turn. Here’s how to...

How to Toeside Powder Turn
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How To Powder Slash

The powder slash is one of the simplest yet most enjoyable moves you can do on a snowboard...

How To Powder Slash
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How to Powder Ollie

There’s definitely an art to getting a powder ollie right. Here are a few pointers...

How to Powder Ollie
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Tips for Landing In Powder

Jumping off stuff in powder is amazing fun because it’s so soft. Landing in powder though can be harder. Here’s how…

Tips for Landing In Powder
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How to Butter in Powder

The powder butter is a great feeling trick you can play around with when you’re competent at riding in deep snow. Here’s how...

How to Butter in Powder
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Picking Your Line

There are no waymarkers in the backcountry, so how do you know where to go? Here’s a quick guide to picking your line off-piste…

Picking Your Line
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Tree Riding Tips

When the weather sets in and you can’t see two feet in front of your face, tree riding really comes into its own...

Tree Riding Tips
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Building a Kicker

Sometimes, you don’t even need to ride much to have a brilliant day snowboarding - building a kicker with friends away from the crowds can...

Building a Kicker
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Snowboarding Competitions | Whitelines Basics

Snowboarding competitions can be great fun, and if you want to turn snowboarding into a career, you'll most likely enter it through the contest circuit...

Snowboarding Competitions | Whitelines Basics
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How To Get Sponsored In Snowboarding

Picking up sponsors involves hard work, being nice, and riding well. Got all three? Well you also need some luck.

How To Get Sponsored In Snowboarding
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How to Cliff Drop

Your first cliff drop is as easy as falling off a log. Literally; it's the same as falling off a log. Here are the rules...

How to Cliff Drop
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