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November Issue 2009

November Issue 2009

Count the number of women skiers out there who will do tricks off of big cliffs in the backcountry. Are you done yet? You probably didn’t get past four, did you? Suzanne Graham is one of those women. So good, yet nobody knows who she is except those in the Utah scene. It’s easy to go unnoticed in the big mountain scene unless you are shooting with TGR or MSP, or winning every contest on the Freeskiing World Tour. Suzanne doesn’t fall into those categories. Suz is hands down the best big-mountain female skier I shoot with, and unfortunately it doesn’t happen often enough. When our schedules workout with the storm cycles, though, it works out, every time. I haven’t had a day where I’ve shot photos with her that we don’t get a published shot, much like this one. I can’t wait to tell her about this cover shot!.

– Erik Seo on Suzanne Graham

Women’s Annual:

PAVING THE WAY
The seven women who are responsible pushing women’s skiing. Suzy Chaffee, Sarah Burke, Ingrid and more.

MICHELLE PARKER
Fresh off two knee surgeries, Michelle Parker is on a war path to show the world what women’s skiing is about.

EPICS
The best women’s action from last season: cliff hucks, switchups and jumps.

Features:

LOCAL BETA: ASPEN, CO
Where to go, where to eat, during your visit to Aspen/Snowmass

COMPANY SPOTLIGHT: SCOTT USA

Everything You Need To Know About Scott USA



DESTINATIONS: SQUAW VALLEY

Squaw Valley USA, CA



PROFILE: RACHAEL BURKS

One of the most boisterous women in the ski industry, Rachael Burks never disappoints when it comes to having a good time.



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