When: February 8, 2019 – February 9, 2019 all-day Where: Crested Butte Mountain Resort, Crested Butte The top ranked freeride skiers in the world take on the extreme and steep Crested Butte terrain performing tricks and feats that seem impossible.
One of her stops was Crested Butte, and the realm of extreme skiing. She was convinced to enter Crested Butte’s “extreme” skiing contest, placing third, and then participated in the next three competitions, winning them all. The final one being the World Extreme Skiing Championship, held in Valdez, Alaska, becoming the only female to win ...
The Freeskiing World Tour and Masters of Snowboarding are celebrating 18 years of big mountain competition under the banner of the Freeskiing World Tour. Crested Butte, Colorado February 23-28, 1997. Moles and Mead Reign Supreme at US Extreme Skiing Championships. After experiencing some of the biggest dumps in recent memory throughout the months of December and January, less than a foot of new snow in February left the steeps of Crested Butte filling in, but very hard for the sixth annual US Extreme Skiing Championships, February 24-27. From the Freeskiing World Tour — CRESTED BUTTE, CO (Feb. 20, 2011) — With more than 12 inches of new snow in the past 24 hours, the final day of the 20th Annual Subaru U.S. Extreme Freeskiing Championships came to an end giving top honors to Snowbird, UT native and last year’s overall tour winner, Angel Collinson and Mad River Glen, VT local and this year’s Revelstoke Canadian Freeskiing Championships winner, Lars Chickering-Ayers.