1. Timelapse of a night at the at the Yellow Jacket Mine in Gold Hill Nevada

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    from Matthew Kazee / Added

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    Timelapse of a night at the at the Yellow Jacket Mine in Gold Hill Nevada.

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    • Zipping

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      from Mandy Valencia / Added

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      Ziplining in Gold Hill, Oregon. 5 zips 3 hours, TONS of fun!!

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      • Power House Falls

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        Powerhouse on the Rogue River, not as scary as it sounds once you're through it!

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        • JESSE LINDSAY APPLEGATE TRAIL MEDFORD JACKSONVILLE HISTORICAL SOCIETY TALENT SOUTHERN OREGON

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          from Bill Keefer, MlsProVideos.com / Added

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          JESSE LINDSAY APPLEGATE TRAIL MEDFORD JACKSONVILLE HISTORICAL SOCIETY TALENT SOUTHERN OREGON HISTORIC FACTS. HISTORICAL SOCIETY, SOUTHERN OREGON, TALENT, JACKSON COUNTY, ASHLAND, MEDFORD, BEAR CREEK,

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          • Gold Hill 10 | Telluride, CO

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            from Mark Brown / Added

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            A quick video from March 9, 2014 in Telluride, Colorado. It was a beautiful blue bird day and no one was on the hill. I decided to do a quick hike up Gold Hill to cash in on the left over powder from a recent storm. The basin is always the best snow on the mountain and it certainly did not disappoint this day! There was great snow all the way down. It is hard to capture on film but the views from 13,500+ are breath taking! Just another day in the San Juan's, enjoy! Music: Michael Franti and Spearhead Every Single Soul To see more: www.theworldofmark.com

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            • Tasting the Topography @Telluride - 02/15/14

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              Telluride is known for its funky town, box canyon vistas, Chair 9 bumps, steep piste, and a superb Ski School for the youngsters. But over the years, they've added some gnarly hike-to terrain into the mix. Of course, hiking to Palmyra Peak is the pinnacle of this in-bounds adventure but there's also shorter hikes, to the left and right of the Peak, that a sea-level mortal can perform multiple times in a day. Dihedral Face is one of my favorite zones that provides some classic San Juan extreme skiing. After skiing Dihedral you can tap into the hidden gems of Black Iron Bowl. Gold Hill Chutes are the second major in-bounds hikes that send you over to the opposite side of Palmyra. From open bowls to narrow couloirs, you can definitely find a chute that matches your current mood. From Gold Hill 7-10, you can traverse either to the Fans area on the right or all the way to the left in to the Nice Chute zone. When all of that is over, one can always run over to Bon Vivant for some French Onion soup or to Tomboy Tavern for a happy hour PBR....or like this video, run down and ski with your 2 year old until the lifts close. :-) Full report here: http://www.slaythegnar.com/2014/03/tasting-the-topography-telluride-021514/ Enjoy!

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              • Long Canyon Hand Pit, 10/25/13, Taos, NM

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                Location: Long Canyon, Taos Ski Valley, NM. Below UN 12217, NE aspect, ~11,800ft Discussion: In New Mexico's Sangres, the thin, early season snow pack has already begun to create layers to watch as things progress during the 2013-14 season. The storm last night appears to have come in warm enough to have dropped some graupel, which now sits on a crust. This may be freeze/thaw crust, but rain also likely built this layer. Additionally, the ground layer has already begun to reform, showing some kinetic growth/recrystalization due to temperature gradient (TG) (see 'kinetic growth' and 'temperature gradient' here: http://www.avalanche-center.org/Education/glossary/' ) When referring to the lowest layer in the snowpack I called it "fresh" when I should have said "sugary and slightly saturated"

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                • Reeseflip

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                  • Bring to Life the Photography of Bill Germino - Kickstarter Campaign

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                    from Bryon Evans / Added

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                    Kickstarter campaign video to bring to life the photography of Nevada photographer Bill Germino.

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                    • Kayaking Natural Bridge Section of North Fork Rogue River

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                      from bree schaider / Added

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                      This is my 2nd video made, and the second time running Natural Bridge, for those of you that don't know it's a milestone in a skill progression for whitewater kayaking, and mind blowing beautiful as well! Hope you enjoy watching it a fraction of how much I enjoy boating it. Visit www.riverchics.blogspot.com for my personal compilation of boating and river on-line resources and videos.

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