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First Tracks Blog

A Night You Do Not Want To Miss - 5'th Annual Icelantic's Winter On The Rocks 1/29

January 28, 2016

Tomorrow night marks the 5'th annual Icelantic's Winter On The Rocks at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheater in Denver Colorado. This year's show features Big Grams, Adventure Club, and Half Color.

Couldn't be more proud of Sam Warren for pulling together this epic event for the fifth year in a row. Tickets are on sale at:

If you happen to be at the SIA tradeshow you can pick tickets at our booth for $52.80  This is a night you do not want to miss!

Icelantic Skis TedX MileHigh Ted Talk Featuring Ben Anderson

January 25, 2016

TedX MileHigh recently invited Icelantic Skis to host a Ted Talk adventure day at Loveland Ski Area. Icelantic founder Ben Anderson with the help of CEO Annelise Loevlie, Icelantic Brand Ambassador Scotty VerMerris and head logistician Cian O'Connor hosted a day of skiing and discussion showing and telling what Icelantic Skis is all about.

Ben shared his story and what it took to make his dream to start a ski company a reality and what it takes to keep it alive. This day was all about learning, connection, and adventure.

This video documenting the day was filmed and edited by Focus 4 Designs.


36 hours, Helicopters, Volcanoes, and Energy Drinks… Alex Taran Recaps The "Red Bull Out Of Hell" Competition in Chile

January 06, 2016

Icelantic athlete Alex Taran tells us about her experience competing at "Red Bull Out Of Hell" in Chile.

Take a helicopter into the crater of Volcan Puyehue, Skin across the crater, climb out, circumnavigate the cumbre and ski hundreds of meters towards the valley floor.

 36 hours, Helicopters, Volcanoes, and Energy Drinks… “Red Bull Out of Hell.”

 It was October; spring in Chile, but for some reason this year winter had chosen to ignore this typically mandatory change of season, which usually comes in mid September. It was raining at my house in Las Trancas, so I headed to a small surf town to wait for a weather window. After not hearing anything from Red Bull for a week in a half, I thought I had surely missed the event. So I emailed Chopo who was organizing the event. I received an email back 12 hours later: “Competitors head south Thursday (tomorrow), race Friday (day after tomorrow)”… Shit. The volcano Puyehue was 8 hours south and I was at the beach without my ski gear...