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Video: The Stunning Still Beauty Of Antarctica

I think heaven on Earth is Antarctica. Or at least, that’s what it looks like to me. It’s so peaceful and serene and beautiful and pure that it looks like an untouched world. Kalle Ljung filmed this view of Antarctica over a 20-day trip and it’s just gorgeous shot after gorgeous shot. The white is so lovely.


This Helmet Protects You From Your GoPro

Last year, former Formula One Champion Michael Schumacher fell while skiing and suffered a traumatic brain injury even though he was wearing a helmet. The culprit? Some sources blame his helmet-mounted GoPro. Now, Sweet Protection has designed the first snow helmet capable of protecting you from your action camera.


Being Trapped Underneath An Icy Lake Is Terrifyingly Beautiful

Diving underneath ice might be the easiest way to be transported into another world that’s completely unlike ours. You need the correct equipment and you never want to be really trapped, but it looks completely ethereal. The colours, the shapes, the ceiling, it’s all so pristine and so beautiful.


Insane Guy Breaks The World Mountain Bike Speed Record

Video: Blink and you’ll miss him. That’s because mountain bike rider Eric Barone is going faster than anyone has ever gone on a mountain bike on snow. He reached 223.3km/h on a bike with the help of a terrifyingly steep, snowy hill and the wonder of aerodynamic gear. He goes FAST. One wrong move or one misplaced snowball and he’d go flying.


The Subzero Lab Where Scientists Recreate Avalanches In A Box 

Avalanches are powerful forces of nature, but they’re also the result of millions of tiny snowflakes bonded — or not bonded — together just so. Looking at avalanches falling down mountains can only tell you so much. At Montana State University’s “subzero lab”, scientists are studying how avalanches happen by recreating them flake by flake.


Epic Aerial Footage Of Mountain Hiking Reminds Me Of How Tiny We Are

Whatever you’re stressing about right now, try to clear your head by watching this epic video of a mountain climber attacking the Ledge Route of Ben Nevis, Scotland. We’re just a small part of this world, it stretches beyond what we can see. Winter is ending, adventures are beginning. Enjoy it!


My First Time On The Slopes In 16 Years, I Skied The Backcountry 

I haven’t been skiing since the late ’90s. So, for my first time back, a trip out of bounds though the backcountry outside Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in the US was a safe, practical thing to do, right?


Crazy Guy Rode His Snowmobile Off A Cliff And Then Started Flying

A snowmobile weighs nearly 225kg and isn’t meant for flying and yet, that’s what professional crazy person Antti Pendikainen did with his snowmobile. He gunned it down the mountain and then launched it off a cliff and then started soaring, reaching heights in the air typically meant for helicopters and planes.


How To Survive An Avalanche

Want to have fun in the snow outside a ski resort? Then avalanches are going to be a huge risk. Thirty-five people were killed by them in the US last winter alone. But, with a little preparation, a few gadgets and some basic knowhow, they can be survivable.


What It Looks Like To Receive A World-Record Snow Dump 

Capracotta, a charming town in Italy’s heartland, received a barely believable 256cm of snow over the course of 18 hours yesterday. That’s possibly a world record for snowfall, and it has unsurprisingly brought life in the town to a grinding halt.


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