News Flash: Week of November 10, 2023

News Flash: Week of November 10, 2023

“News Flash” is FREESKIER’s online column designed to keep you up-to-date with snippets of outdoor news you need to know about. This article is published weekly on Fridays, recapping the entire week.

Loveland Ski Area is open for the 2023-24 season

Colorado Front Range skiers rejoice, Loveland Ski Area is officially open for the season! Chet’s Dream is open to skiers and riders from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m., offering a top-to-bottom run covered with an 18-inch base.

2024 WNDR Alpine kits are now live

If you’re someone who is constantly eyeing the latest and greatest, then this may not be news to you. But if it is, head over to the WNDR Alpine site to get your sticks secured before they’re gone.

Michelle Parker and Aaron Blatt are engaged!

Michelle Parker and longtime partner, photographer Aaron Blatt, are officially tying the knot. Congratulations, you two!

Mallory Duncan unveils The Blackcountry Journal

Winner of ‘Best Film’ at Banff Film Festival, The Blackcountry Journal is a poetic art piece infused with beautiful skiing and an even more beautiful message.

The North Face and Dennis Renalter present: Descendance

Commonly known in the ski world as D-RAN, Descendance is Dennis’s story, a personal journey of self-exploration that examines his relationship with his own skin color, with those closest to him and all those who share his love of skiing.

Crazy Karl and crew are back at it again

If you love the smell of gasoline in the morning, then you’re going to go loco for Brap Ski 3. The third edition of Karl Fostvedt’s engine-powered ski pursuits, Brap Ski 3, may just be the best of them yet.

The Circus heads to Tahoe for LTC 16.2

Is 800 inches of snow too much to ski park? The LTC crew finds out in the second episode of the 16th season.

Nikolai Schirmer drops his latest project, The Last Whale in Switzerland

A two-month trip to the Alps produced more than a few steep lines and deep snow for Schirmer and friends. Learn what it means to ski like a butterfly and land like a whale.

Teton Brown is hyper-focused in his latest project, and it shows

Tristan “Teton” Brown put aside all distractions last year to achieve one goal: ski heavy lines in the Jackson Hole backcountry and create a film project out of it.

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