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How to Make–and Climb–a Frozen Waterfall

Each winter, crackling and splintering sparkler resembles across the Uncompahgre Gorge, roughly 10 miles northeast of Telluride, Colorado. The announce signals high season at Ouray Ice Park, the world’s firstly and largest man-made frozen clambering sand. The gorge’s walls are crisscrossed by 2 miles of tubes, crowned by a system of valves, showerheads, and faucets. … Read More

The Physic of One of the Craziest Big Air Snowboard Tricks Ever

Behold the stomach-clenching spectacle of the quadruplet cork 1800. The dizzying snowboarding trick–first territory by British Olympian Billy Morgan, above–involves propelling off a ramp into four off-axis flips( called corks) and five full rotates. Merely four parties had already been completed the 1,800 -degree stunt. But this month in Pyeongchang, South Korea, expect to see … Read More