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Editor’s Note: Issue 100

Editor’s Note: Issue 100

Gnarvana: 100 issues of Adventure Sports Journal Adventure Sports Journal was started in 2001 a couple of years after we got married. One hundred issues and many adventures later we now have three kids. Welcome to the 100th issue of Adventure Sports Journal. In 2001...
Ear to the Ground: Issue 100

Ear to the Ground: Issue 100

News and notes from the outdoor industry Ski California Releases Inaugural “Mountain Safety Guide” As part of their ongoing snow sports education effort, Ski California (aka the California Ski Industry Association) and its member resorts have debuted their first-ever...
Gift Giving Guide 2017

Gift Giving Guide 2017

Gear, events and services that are sure to please the adventure lover on your list   COSTANOA Off Season Bungalow and Lodge King Pass. Great Holiday Gifts Lodge King Weekday $159 Lodge King Weekend $189 Cypress Bungalow Weekday $85 Cypress Bungalow Weekend $125...
Restore the Delta

Restore the Delta

Opposing Governor Jerry Brown’s tunnels to protect California’s largest estuary Words by Leonie Sherman Photos courtesy of Restore the Delta When Governor Jerry Brown announced his support of Water Fix, the plan to build two 30-mile long tunnels beneath the...
The Centennial Ride

The Centennial Ride

Celebrating a historic bicycle adventure from Sacramento to South Lake Tahoe By Kurt Gensheimer The photo of Abbie Budd at Echo Summit on October 19, 1917 that inspired the Centennial Ride (Eugene Hepting / Courtesy of the Center for Sacramento History) It all started...
Glacier Point

Glacier Point

Learn to love winter camping this Solstice By Leonie Sherman The Glacier Point Ski Hut in snowy splendor (Yosemite Hospitality). The winter solstice is coming! December 22 will be two seconds longer than December 21, and within a month we’ll be gaining a minute and a...
Early Season Avalanche Awareness

Early Season Avalanche Awareness

Thoughts on preparedness and losing a friend By Chris Van Leuven Classic beautiful Sierra ski touring from Rock Creek to Mammoth (Ryan Huetter). By now most readers have heard of the early October slide on Montana’s Imp Peak that claimed the life of Inge Perkins (23)...
The Chris Sharma Effect

The Chris Sharma Effect

From Santa Cruz to the world, surf and stone are always linked By Chris Van Leuven Chris Sharma in the water at Mallorca (Adam Clark/Reel Rock 12). Sharma, now 36, shares how climbing changed his life. A gym rat at Pacific Edge in Santa Cruz in the early 90s, he was...
The Climbers

The Climbers

Jim Herrington’s book, The Climbers, exposes the deep inner lives of legendary mountaineers and climbers Bruce Willey Coffee was brewing on the stove. From the looks of things, Jim Herrington had stayed up late. His thick brown hair, normally combed and coifed, looked...
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