To Craft and Create with Christian Neuenschwander

Long before anyone talked about “influencers” there were creative people working behind the scenes in snowboarding, quietly helping to shape our thoughts on style and aesthetics. Over the past decade, very few people in Switzerland have been as influential as Christian Neuenschwander. I had a long chat with him about a number of subjects – from pro […]


A Tale of Three Camels

While there are plenty of mythic spots in the wide world of snowboarding, there are only a handful of backcountry booters that have earned their own name. Ever wanted to know the deal with the jump known as the Camel Toe? This is the untold story of the biggest backcountry cheese wedge to ever be […]


Keeping it Simple On Simplon Pass

Until recently, I’ve never had much appreciation for Napoleon’s ambitious conquests nearly 200 years ago. As it turns out, we have France’s most viscous midget to thank for blazing the trail to one of Europe’s best spots for free snowboarding. I’m referring to the Simplon Pass, which now serves as a major trade route, linking […]