Even to the initiated, watching freestyle mogul skiing can be overwhelming. It includes a display of talent that crosses many disciplines in the sport—speed, turning skill, gymnastics—all executed at a blistering rate that even our modern broadcasting system, with all their slow-motion analysis and image overlay, still has a hard time translating into something relatable.Continue reading

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Grab your snow gear, because this week’s @Columbia1938 Instagram challenge is dedicated to getting outside, hitting the slopes, and shredding some pow! Your photos will be judged by our friends, the U.S. Ski Team. This challenge is dedicated to experiencing the joy of being outside in the winter season, when the snow is fresh andContinue reading

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Visiting Alaska can be a transcendental experience. This northwestern section of North America only became a U.S. territory in 1912, and a state (the 49th) in 1959. The vast territory covers more than 663,000 square miles (twice the size of Texas), and is by far the least populated of all of the country. The vastContinue reading

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Grab your camera and leash, because this week’s @Columbia1938 Instagram challenge is dedicated to our favorite furry adventure companions! Your photos will be judged by your dog’s best friend, Zuke’s! This challenge is dedicated to getting outside with our furry friends and emBARKING on unforgettable adventures. We want to hear about your outdoor tales withContinue reading

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Columbia Sportswear is proudly a bluesign® company. But what does that mean for you? There’s plenty of talk in the outdoor world about doing the right thing. One big push is to get everybody outdoors—but the flip side of this well-intentioned goal is that it means selling more outdoor gear. And for every piece ofContinue reading

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A very brief history of the majestic Glacier National Park. Tucked into the northwestern corner of Montana and the US/Canadian border in Alberta are two majestic national parks with rich geologic, cultural, and biological histories. Glacier National Park (on the U.S. side) and the smaller Waterton Lakes National Park (in Canada) are often referred toContinue reading

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