On June 20, adaptive athletes Vasu Sojitra and Pete McAfee pulled off what is believed to be a historic first in ski mountaineering
Sophia Schwartz is a former US Freestyle Ski Team member who is on her way to attempt to ski the tallest peak in North America.
Ski season goes year-round in the U.S. if you know where to look. Leave the crowded hiking trails and get some turns at these locations.
We Visited North Korea’s Only Ski Resort When It Opened in 2017—Our Experience is Just as Relevant Today
Masik Ryong Ski Resort, North Korea’s $100 million luxury ski area, was a “pleasure project” of Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un.
Finally, an English Porter that goes well with breakfast, breakfast-for-lunch, breakfast-for-dinner, and, critically, breakfast-for-après.
Before making the decision to carry a new backcountry boot, four shop employees take on California's Lassen Peak with Mike Hattrup.
We asked one adventurous writer to huck herself off the extreme terrain at Taos Ski Valley, N.M., in the name of her craft, and to try not to get herself killed in the process.
La Grave's Derby de La Meije is an 800-person, 6,000-vertical-foot downhill race through some of the gnarliest lift-accessed terrain anywhere.
Ski-joring dates back at 1,000 years, and races are still run in the U.S. despite the danger involved to both horse and skier.
High on views, low on effort—these summits don’t play hard to get.