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Pennsylvania is home to many spooky oddities: A mine that's been on fire for forty years (Centralia), civil war ghosts ... Phillies fans. Perhaps the strangest of all is a boulder field filled with rocks that ring--seriously. While exploring the historical (or just plain weird) sites in Philadelphia, skip out of the city for a hot minute and hike back through the woods to check out this natural phenomenon.What: Ringing Rocks State ParkWhere: Ringing Rocks Road, Upper..Read More →
Austria's Gig Ruf rose above the stacked field of sixteen of the world's best riders on Sunday to win the Red Bull Ultra Natural, a one of kind, progressive free-ride contest that mixes elements of backcountry riding with slopestyle riding at the famed backcountry mecca Baldface Lodge in British Columbia. "I don't know, I definitely got lucky," Ruf told Red Bull about his performance. "I don't really consider myself a 'winner.' I believe in luck and coincidence. My friend..Read More →
Rider of the Year Hana Beaman; photo courtesy Snowboarder, Mike YoshidaWith winter in full swing Snowboarder magazine has announced the recipients of the ultimate accolade a professional rider can receive: the Rider Of The Year honors. Decided upon by a jury of their peers, Snowboarder magazine's Rider Of The Year award celebrates those elite snowboarders who had the most impact on their sport in 2012.Swiss sensation Nicolas Muller's fluid on-camera exploits for Nike..Read More →
If you're looking for a splash of color amid the winter monochrome then you may want to check out Kelimutu's crater lakes, a fluctuating trinity of hues at the summit of Indonesia's Kelimutu volcano. The three lakes' colors shift, mood-ring-like, between blue, turquoise, green, brown, and red thanks to geothermal or supernatural activity--depending on whom you ask. Each lake name reflects the native belief that spirits of the dead are drawn there: Tiwu Ata Mbupu (Lake of Old People), Tiwu..Read More →
Don't believe in ghosts? A new report from ABC News affiliate WGNO done from Myrtles Plantation in southern Louisiana might change your mind.Reporter Vanessa Bolano was visiting the plantation, which is considered one of the most haunted buildings in the world and is said to house 12 spirits, for a story that will air Friday, when a ghost-like white cloud darts from her left shoulder toward the top of the screen. She was in the French room, which some say is the most haunted room..Read More →
Each season, competitive snowboarders become accustomed to life on the road as they travel the world on the professional contest circuit, known as the World Snowboard Tour. They catch early flights, live out of board-bags, weather long layovers, eat foreign foods, and endure unpredictable conditions as they pursue their dream.The competitive season runs from December through April and is stacked with elite events that are ranked from one to six stars. These events offer riders the..Read More →
Mysterious crop circles have for generations piqued the interest of UFO enthusiasts and fans of the supernatural. But similar geometric patterns discovered recently on the sea floor off southern Japan, it turns out, are not so mysterious. Underwater photographer Yoji Ookata, after finding what he described as a "mystery circle" sketched in the sand 80 feet below the surface, returned with a film crew and unearthed the improbable artist: a tiny puffer fish. Ookata, with his crew..Read More →
Summer is the best time to set out on the open road and embark on a series of explorations and adventures. With their trucks finally geared-up and ready, John and Eric Jackson load up and leave Anchorage, Alaska and head south. Along the way, the brothers catapult off a couple of cliffs, make friends with a black bear and wind up at Baldface Lodge for a few runs on the Red Bull Supernatural Course. While at Baldface, the brothers dive deep into the history of the late, great Craig..Read More →
The Bleacher Report, the United States' fourth largest sports media site, recently released an episode of Why We Watch featuring pro snowboarder Travis Rice. The web series "takes a closer look at the people, places and moments that define why we watch the sports we love."Rice's episode features riding excerpts from The Art of Flight, That's It, That's All, and from the Red Bull Supernatural. But most notably, the webisode uncovers Rice's perspective on the future of..Read More →
From the NYC Premiere of the Art of Flight to the Transworld Team Shoot out in Austria, the 2011-2012 season was chock-full of incredible snowboard moments. As winter comes to a close and spring takes hold, we pressed rewind and reviewed the standout moments of the season. Out of the hundreds of shred-tastic events that unraveled this winter, we chose five prominent, progressive moments that will be remembered season after season. Terje Haakonsen Wins 27th Annual Baker Banked..Read More →
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