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Events and Happenings, Winter / 09.10.2017

Come see us on Monday, October 16th at the Neptune Theater. Doors open at 7:00pm and the show starts at 8:00pm. Ticketmaster link The powerhouse that brought you award-winning classics like CLAIM, THE WAY I SEE IT, and DAYS OF MY YOUTH – is proud to introduce the funniest, most action-packed ski movie of 2017: DROP EVERYTHING, presented by Under Armour. Check out all the awesome images on  instagram.COM/MSPFILMS/#dropeverything  The Neptune is located at 1303 NE 45th Street in Seattle's University District. DROP EVERYTHING features the world’s preeminent freeskiers along with quick-hitting...

Bucket List, Events and Happenings, Ski, Winter / 02.08.2017

DAY 1 at Aiguille du Midi. The first morning of the trip started at 8am just outside the tram station for the Aiguille du Midi. We met our guides and set about putting on the harnesses and beacons they supplied. It was an exciting start to the trip. We took advantage of a very favorable weather report for the day and decided it was our best chance to go up and ski the famous Valle Blanche. Looking up to the top of the tram your neck almost tips backwards to see the top...

Summer, Water Sports / 26.07.2017

With stand up paddle boarding becoming so popular we wanted to share places to launch your SUP. Lake Washington from Mercer Island: chippy and choppy but if you have a morning paddle you can get some calm water. Here's the Mercer Island Parks Guide with addresses and features of each park and landing. The landings are convenient because you park near the water and have an easy launch. These are small spots with limited parking, no bathrooms, but during non-peak times you can get close to the water. Non-motorized lakes...