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We got early ups on the Snowbird tram.  This is what it looked like. 

We got early ups on the Snowbird tram.  This is what it looked like. 

In a big day for the U.S. Ski team—Bode Miller won the men's race—Lindsey Vonn won the Lake Louise Downhill by nearly two seconds.

In a big day for the U.S. Ski team—Bode Miller won the men’s race—Lindsey Vonn won the Lake Louise Downhill by nearly two seconds.

Mike Douglas spent the week leading up to Whistler's opening day living in a patrol shack on the top of the mountain.  He's making videos every day,…

Mike Douglas spent the week leading up to Whistler’s opening day living in a patrol shack on the top of the mountain.  He’s making videos every day, and, apparently, getting the goods.

 

Check out his embedded videos.

This week's photo isn't a photo at all. The best thing we've seen all week is this print from skiing polymath Eric Pollard. A limited number of the…

This week’s photo isn’t a photo at all. The best thing we’ve seen all week is this print from skiing polymath Eric Pollard. A limited number of the prints are available at evo, and all the proceeds go to Big Brothers, Big Sisters. Cool on a lot of levels.

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The Freeze Festival was last weekend at the Battersea Power Station in London. James Woods won the Battle of Brittan and Jossi Wells won the big…

The Freeze Festival was last weekend at the Battersea Power Station in London. James Woods won the Battle of Brittan and Jossi Wells won the big air.

 

Full results here.

Valdez, Alaska, is the heart of heli-ski country, but it's also an oil town that's running out of oil. Can skiing save Valdez? Check out Devon…

Valdez, Alaska, is the heart of heli-ski country, but it’s also an oil town that’s running out of oil. Can skiing save Valdez? Check out Devon O’Neil’s story in our November issue, and check back for more photos next week.

It's coming.

It’s coming.

Slicing through the heart of central Switzerland the Urner Haute Route is a 34-mile ski tour that’s far less known—and arguably more awesome—than the…

Slicing through the heart of central Switzerland the Urner Haute Route is a 34-mile ski tour that’s far less known—and arguably more awesome—than the famous Chamonix-Zermatt traverse. Last winter, we sent writer Rob Story and photographers Lee Cohen to investigate. Along the way they encountered skinny-ski-loving Euros, Viking beauties, and one of the biggest squalls of the lean Swiss season. Read their entire account in Skiing’s October issue.

Winter is about to flip the switch. It's movie premiere season and it snowed in Colorado this week.

Winter is about to flip the switch. It’s movie premiere season and it snowed in Colorado this week.

This week, two teams of skiers, one from Europe, and one from North America, are battling it out in Chile for global bragging rights. So far, Team…

This week, two teams of skiers, one from Europe, and one from North America, are battling it out in Chile for global bragging rights. So far, Team Europe is in the lead, as evidenced by team captain Kaj Zackrisson’s burly line, but Team Americas still has time to catch up. See more shots here.

And that means more days like this one that Ashley Magnuson had at Beaver Creek last winter. Ski season can't get hear fast enough.

And that means more days like this one that Ashley Magnuson had at Beaver Creek last winter. Ski season can’t get hear fast enough.

The USA Pro Challenge, the most Hollywood bike race in the U.S., has been making it's way through Colorado's ski towns this week. During the second…

The USA Pro Challenge, the most Hollywood bike race in the U.S., has been making it’s way through Colorado’s ski towns this week. During the second stage on Wednesday the riders climbed two of the highest, hardest passes in the country. This is Independence Pass in the calm before the storm, Literally and figuratively.

 

Check out more pictures from the race.

The World Heli Challenge wrapped up yesterday in Lake Wanaka, New Zealand. Sam Smoothy and Janina Kuzma took home the wins. See full results here and…

The World Heli Challenge wrapped up yesterday in Lake Wanaka, New Zealand. Sam Smoothy and Janina Kuzma took home the wins. See full results here and check out this video.

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The annual competition kicked off in Wanaka, New Zealand.

The annual competition kicked off in Wanaka, New Zealand.

We're now deep into ski camp season, and it looks like the campers at Windells are having an OK time. Check out the video, or click to learn…

We’re now deep into ski camp season, and it looks like the campers at Windells are having an OK time. Check out the video, or click to learn more.

Session 3, 2011: Skiing from Windells on Vimeo.

When we heard the 2018 Olympics were going to be held in PyeongChang, South Korea, we were, curious about what the skiing venues were going to be…

When we heard the 2018 Olympics were going to be held in PyeongChang, South Korea, we were, curious about what the skiing venues were going to be like.  Here’s a look at the YongPyong resort.

Summer time is bike riding time. The team at the Whistler Bike Park is making a video series about all the elements that make biking what it is. The…

Summer time is bike riding time. The team at the Whistler Bike Park is making a video series about all the elements that make biking what it is. The first one is all about dirt, which is way more compelling than it sounds.

This Christophe Margot shot of Reine Barkered at Squaw was included in the Red Bull Illume exhibit.

This Christophe Margot shot of Reine Barkered at Squaw was included in the Red Bull Illume exhibit.

See more photos from the trip here.

See more photos from the trip here.

Mid-flip at the Teva Mountain Games. Photo by @prestonutley.

Mid-flip at the Teva Mountain Games. Photo by @prestonutley.

Learn more about Dav's Everest mission and see more pictures here.

Learn more about Dav’s Everest mission and see more pictures here.

Oakley Athlete Sig Tveit won Level 1's Superunknown Contest.

Oakley Athlete Sig Tveit won Level 1’s Superunknown Contest.

Our thoughts are with the families of ski mountaineer Kip Garre and Allison Kreutzen who were killed in an avalanche on Split Mountain near Lone…

Our thoughts are with the families of ski mountaineer Kip Garre and Allison Kreutzen who were killed in an avalanche on Split Mountain near Lone Pine, California.

Never not cool.

Never not cool.

This is what spring skiing looks like? Beaver Creek closes on the 17th, but they still have a ton of snow. (4/15/11)

This is what spring skiing looks like? Beaver Creek closes on the 17th, but they still have a ton of snow. (4/15/11)

In game changing news, the IOC announced this week that halfpipe skiing and women's ski jumping will be included in the 2014 Olympics. Devin Logan,…

In game changing news, the IOC announced this week that halfpipe skiing and women’s ski jumping will be included in the 2014 Olympics. Devin Logan, pictured here at the 2011 U.S. Freestyle Nationals at Stratton, should be a strong halfpipe contender. (4/8/11)

Red Bull Cold Rush, a progressive backcountry freeskiing competition, descended upon Silverton Mountain in Colorado for the first time in the event’s…

Red Bull Cold Rush, a progressive backcountry freeskiing competition, descended upon Silverton Mountain in Colorado for the first time in the event’s five year history March 14–16.  Twenty-one of the world’s best skiers competed in three disciplines –Big Mountain, Slopestyle, and Cliffs – vying for the title of the most versatile and best all-around skier, as judged first by the athletes themselves in a peer review, and then by fans everywhere via a People’s Choice Award hosted on RedBullUSA.com.  After 10 days of intense online competition, Austria’s Fabio Studer was voted fan favorite.