On Friday February 8th, winter storm Nemo wreaked some serious havoc on the Northeast. While most photos of the storm portray cars buried in white fluff or ‘end of the world’ scenarios, one man was able to make some beautiful art out of the unfortunate weather. Photographer Brian Maffitt decided at some point during the … Read more
It turns out that high performance skiing can be done just about anywhere–as long as there’s snow. In Whittier, Alaska, Logan Imlach and friend Matt Wild came up with the idea to ski inside of the abandoned “Buckner building”, which at one time held 1,000 apartments, a hospital, theatre, and swimming pool. After five weeks … Read more
An interactive, panoramic photo of Mt. Everest and the Himalayas is circulating the Web as a result of a project by Everest climber David Breashears. Made up of both old and new images compiled by Breashears, the 2 billion pixel photo gives viewers a never before seen view of the world’s tallest peak. CLICK HERE … Read more
Watch this video of a group of golden retriever puppies playing in some snow–it should help in getting you through this hump day!
“Life Is Born” is part of an award winning feature ski film titled “All.I.Can” and showcases some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world. Canadian film studio Sherpas Cinema created this wonderful work and be sure to check out more about the full-length film here.
If you’re looking for that midday adrenaline shot then watch this video. Thanks to some luck and good ol’ fresh powder, a BASE jumper incredibly survived a 394ft fall after his parachute failed to open properly at a power pylon in Konakova, Russia. Free falling at an approximate speed of 105 mph, the man suffered fractures to his vertebrate, … Read more
TimeLine crew along with The North face team decided to explore some of Switzerland best resorts using the unique Glacier Express train. Going through the Swiss Alps from Zermatt to St Moritz, it’s the perfect out of time mean of transportation to access some of world’s best resorts. It’s actually called “express” as you don’t … Read more
My heart is melting.
Aurora Borealis and Snowflakes fill Northern skies with phenomenal sights. Glowing displays of bands, arcs, and curtains are created when charged particles from space collide with atoms in our upper atmosphere. Snowflakes form when ice crystals fall through varied temperature zones in the earths atmosphere and conglomerate into intricate structures. Complex flake shapes and structures emerge in relation to … Read more
If you were not aware, a deadly snowstorm that started on January 27th has completely ravaged the European country side, leaving over 400 deaths reported in its wake. The European low temperatures in several Eastern European countries reached as low as −35 °C (−31 °F), and snowfall is particularly heaviest in the Balkan region. Check out some of … Read more