Your Wish is Our Command

Posted By: The Ski Channel on August 10, 2009 9:48 pm

You demanded it, so we put some of your favorites back On Demand.

Succumb to your mountain withdrawal and check out the latest shows now available on The Ski Channel.  For your viewing pleasure, there are dozens upon dozens of shows and films on The Ski Channel Television Network.   With unlimited viewing, pause, fast forward and rewind when you want and as often as your heart desires.  There is no charge per episode or film.  The Ski Channel delivers the classics and many soon-to-be favorites right to your living room.  Forget how to watch?  No problem.  Click here for details. 

Starting today, August 10th, 2009:

Mammoth Mountain Invitational 2009

The Ski Channel Presents the inaugural Mammoth Mountain Invitational.  An incredible event benefiting the Mammoth Center for Excellence featuring serious skiing and fun with celebrities from TV, Movies, Politics and the US Ski Team. 

This Ski Channel Original Production features music from Bryon Friedman’s latest album, Matchstick Memories.  Don’t miss out on the professional skier’s exclusive performance at The Ski Channel’s recording studio.  Visit Friedman’s myspace page to listen to more!

     Actresses Camryon Manheim and Donna MIlls grace the screen in addition to various special apperances by “Just Shoot Me” star, Wendie Malick and “Entourage” larger-than-life sweetheart, Debi Mazar.  Just imagine what these incredible women bring to the slopes as they combine forces to race against The U.S. Ski Team, United States Senators, former Mayors, and many others (can’t give everything away!).  And it’s all for a good cause!

In case you don’t recognize them, the two U.S. Ski Team athletes in the top photo are Jeremy Transue and Paul McDonald (left to right).  To the right, U.S. Ski Team athlete, Erik Fisher bashes gates at Mammoth Mountain.

 

Next page: The Teva Mountain Games

 

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Teva Mountain Games 2008 

                 

 

 

 

 

 


The country’s largest celebration of mountain sport, soul and culture!  Professional and amateur outdoor adventure athletes from the Vail Valley and around the world will converge upon the mountains and rivers of Vail to compete in seven sports and 21 disciplines including: x-country freeride, slopestyle and road cycling, freestyle, 8-Ball, sprint and extreme kayaking, raft paddlecross, World Cup bouldering, as well as trail and road running, and the GNC Ultimate Mountain Challenge.

In addition to the athletic events, the Teva Mountain Games will include a mountain photography competition, adventure film school, film festival ,an interactive exhibition and demo area, live music, and mountain lifestyle parties.

The Teva Mountain Games are a Project of the Vail Valley Foundation.

Check out the trailer here!

 

Next page:  Ride Guide Snow & Ride Guide Bike

 

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Ride Guide Snow:  Snow China & New Zealand & Ride Guide Bike:  Sea to Sky

Ride Guide is a never-ending journey to find the ultimate ride with each episode pushing the boundaries of those once-in-a-lifetime mountain experiences.  Take a ride with The Ski Channel to some of the best cat and heli skiing, the best kept powder secrets, the biggest freeride festivals, and the most remote destinations in the mountain world. 

 

Next page:  Sickline Extreme Kayak 2008


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Sickline Extreme Kayak 2008


In the first days of October 2008, the best whitewater kayakers in the world met in Austria’s Ötztal for a special kind of challenge: Adidas Sickline – the extreme Kayak World Championship. 

Representing more than twenty countries, the top 120 kayakers competed for the world championship while battling on one of the most difficult whitewater phenomenons on the planet.

 

 

 

Additional shows will be added on The Ski Channel Television Network August 25th, 2008.  Stay tuned for more.  Secret’s out:  Stump is coming back!  We’ll let you know what Greg Stump classic and which other mountain shows will be up soon.  Thanks for watching!

 

Back to First Page:  Mammoth Mountain Invitational 2009

 

 


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