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The 1984 Snowboard Masters at the now-defunct Berthoud Pass Ski Area was the "richest" for its time, giving away large amounts of prize money to winning snowboarders for one of the first times ever. Size: 11 x 17 inches.
One of four ski areas that make up The Summit at Snoqualmie, Alpental is a historically loved Cascadian ski spot whose quality has been relied on for years. Size: 21 x 30 inches.
This is a classic original 1970s poster of Roger Staub showing off a jet turn in some moguls on Vail. Roger Staub was an alpine ski racer and Olympic gold medalist from Switzerland, who later became the Vail Ski School director. Size: 21 x 30 inches.
This 1975 poster is an impressive window into a mountaineering expedition of Huascaran that juxtaposes one mysterious climber with Cordillera Blanca peaks. Size: 21 x 30 inches.
Alpine Meadows was founded on winter sports being accessible instead of luxury, and the resort supports a variety of nonprofits in the Lake Tahoe area. Size: 21 x 30 inches.
This poster is a feast for the eyes with its large use of negative space and warm color palette. Grab one for a friend that loves Canyonlands! Size: 21 x 30 inches.
If you enjoy rock climbing, then this poster could be a fun retro piece to frame and hang on your wall as the climber is rocking some classic 70s attire and gear. Size: 21 x 30 inches.
If you love Northstar, a family-friendly resort built on top of a former lumber site in 1972, then grab one of these posters to frame and hang! Size: 21 x 30 inches.
In this exciting original 1981 poster Norwegian Reidar Wahl is pictured mid-jump in the1983 World Pro Tour Championship. Follow the new World Pro Tour your at worldproskiing.com
In the late 1960s, skiers everywhere took to the skies when Warren Miller filmed paraskiing pioneer Jeff Jobe be the first person to fly on skis. Size: 21 x 30 inches.
This is a beautiful piece made for the 1998 Nagano Olympics by Charly Palmer. These prints are all artist proofs that have been signed by Palmer. Size: 16 x 22 inches.
These are some lithograph prints of the very fun Mary Engelbreit piece "Win Valuable Prizes", which was made for the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics.. Size: 20 x 27 inches.
This serigraph is a limited edition 2002 print of "Fun at the Olympic Games" by Guy Buffet, made for the 2002 SLC Olympics. Size: 27 x 30 inches.
This is a limited edition 1992 artist proof lithograph of "Biathlon" by Dian Friedman, and it's signed by the artist. This piece was made for the 1994 Olympics. Size: 22 x 28 inches.
This serigraph of Peter Max's "The Olympics, Torino 2006" is stunning; the vibrant colors are a feast for the eyes and it's signed and numbered by Max. Size: 18 x 24 inches.
This is a really rare canvas print of Alfred Gockel's "USOC Olympic Celebration" that was made for the 2006 Torino Olympics. Signed and numbered by artist. Size: 17 x 22 inches.
This poster uses a photograph apparently taken during a 1972 mountaineering expedition in Peru that involved 46 climbers and at least five summits. Size: 21 x 30 inches.
Celebrating its 45th anniversary in 2020, this poster is a highly collectible piece of history that commemorates the very first Snowmass Balloon Festival ever held. Size: 21 x 29 inches.
This poster is a 1976 photograph taken by climber Gerry Roach showing Sherpa Ang Phurba and Hans Bruyntjes at the Khumbu Icefall above base camp, on an expedition for the American Bicentennial that would eventually get two climbers to the summit. Size: 21 x 29 inches.
This original poster is a 1975 print depicting two determined climbers making the trip to the summit of Mt McKinley in Alaska, with a gorgeous backdrop of clouds and ridges that extends for miles. Size: 21 x 30 inches.
Printed in 1972, this poster is an amusing Keystone photograph by Shorty Wilcox showing a few skiers flying through some of that one-of-a-kind Colorado powder. Size: 21 x 30 inches.
This Park City poster is an original 1972 print of a great photograph taken by Emmy Spencer showing Tom Spencer cheerfully cruising down a trail. Size: 21 x 30 inches.
This is an original 1975 poster print of a photograph by Gerry Roach of a climber at the summit of Dome Peak, in the North Cascades in Washington. Size: 21 x 30 inches
Copper Mountain opened in November of 1972 and is owned today by Powdr Corporation. Nearby ski resorts are Breckenridge, A-Basin and Keystone, all just west of the Continental Divide. Size: 21 x 30 inches.
This original vintage Vail poster says it all. It doesn't get much better than dry crystalline powder at one of Colorado's favorite ski areas! (Except for Aspen. You know what we say around here: "Save Aspen, Ski Vail.") Size: 21 x 30 inches.
In the early 1970's, freestyle skiing had caught on and was all the rage for the brave at heart. The Winter Heat was a good ski for aerials. Size: 21 x 30 inches.
This is a great poster of a skier climbing Mt. McKinley in 1972. With his Head Standard skis and the Head ski poles, this guy is fit and determined to ski the highest peak in North America with no high tech gear. Size: 21 x 30 inches.
This is an original 1970's Colorado Ski Country poster by artist Gene Hoffman. He produced a series of Colorado ski posters in the 60's and 70's. Size: 11 1/2 x 21 inches.
This 1970's original ski poster made for Colorado Ski Country USA by artist John R Rieben is a simple line design forming a downhill skier. Size: 24 x 37 1/4 inches
This 1975 Vail trail map shows the front and the back bowls of one of America's favorite ski areas, from back when there was only one lift on the back bowls. Size: 21 x 30 inches.
This is a really cool original ski poster from 1973 by artist Beverly Moore. These are in new condition and very collectable. Any Vail fan would want this original poster for decorating their office, home or ski condo! Size: 21 x 30 inches.
This 1972 original ski poster advertises the Steve Rieschl's Ski Touring School out of Vail Colorado. This girl has the look for ski touring back in the day! Size: 21 x 30 inches.
This is a classic Aspen Highlands original ski poster by photographer Buzz Soard. The best view of my favorite mountain in the Elk Range is from the Loge's Chair at the top of Aspen Highlands. Size: 21 x 30 inches.
This original 1974 vintage ski poster shows Aspen Mountain from an airplane back before gondolas and high speed lifts were the norm. If you love Aspen like I do, this poster is for you! Size: 21 x 30 inches.
This is an original late 60's poster looking onto the Covered bridge and the Clock Tower in Vail Village. This is a very collectable vintage ski poster from the early days of Vail Colorado by Photographer Doug Kilgour. Size: 24 x 36 inches.
This is an original late 60's poster looking up Bridge Street, the original development of Vail Village. This is the second of the series of ski posters from the early days of Vail Colorado. Photographer - Doug Kilgour. Size: 24 x 36 inches.
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