It's still winter at these resorts.
Portillo diehards wouldn’t have it any other way than old-school. See for yourself here.
Skiing doesn't have to stop in the summer—check out these ski camps for that summer fix.
Montana's remote Rocky Boy Reservation, home to the Chippewa Cree, might seem an unlikely place for skiing. But on the slopes of Bear Paw Ski Bowl, powder meets purpose.
Want to ski (and get better) this summer? Check out the other hemisphere.
Want to catch big air? Alyeska's Freestyle Summer Camp in Girdwood, Alaska might be for you.
Welcome to Portillo, Chile, where gringos trade flip-flops for ski boots, racers and freeriders mingle, and pisco flows like carménère. The vibe is unabashedly old-school, and Portillo’s diehards wouldn’t have it any other way.
A fixture in the Deerfield Valley for nearly half a century, Mount Snow has grown a lot since ski pioneer Walter Schoenknecht bought a chunk of land on Mt Pisgah from farmer Reuben Snow in 1950.