All articles tagged as 'Gulmarg'

Time Magazine Video Features Allen’s Footage
April 6th, 2010 | By:  Sam | 3 Comments

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Our friend Rebecca Byerly was working in Gulmarg making this video for Time Magazine while we were there. The video uses some of Allen's footage, as well as "B-roll" from the b4apres crew, and was edited by the b4apres guys. Enjoy! b4apres is making a movie on Kashmir to be released ... ...Read more

Interview With Brian Newman, Gulmarg Snow Safety Director
March 10th, 2010 | By:  Allen | 1 Comment

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Here is an interview with Brian, Gulmarg's beloved snow safety director. He is quite a guy and has tackled the immense project of developing a snow safety plan for the huge ski resort while training a local ski patrol and maintaining a backcountry advisory.

Kashmir Short #3
February 23rd, 2010 | By:  Allen | 1 Comment

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We are wrapping up our time here in Gulmarg and getting ready to head to Manali for some touring before our unfortunate departure for the real world. We are in a strange Limbo between powder and corn season. The crazy thing about Gulmarg is that it has the same latitude ... ...Read more

136cm Storm in Gulmag
February 14th, 2010 | By:  Allen | 6 Comments

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Things have changed quite a bit here and a lot of options have opened up. There is now good skiing all the way to the low town. Even though the snow was extremely unstable in the alpine during the storm a combination of things ripping out and a compression of ... ...Read more

Greetings From Gulmarg
January 31st, 2010 | By:  Allen | 7 Comments

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Things are rough here right now. The alpine snow is too unstable to ski, and the low elevation is short on cover. The avalanche in the video was bomb triggered inbounds. There have been other slides that sounded louder in the BC but none that we have been able to ... ...Read more

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