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Chile (gallery)

It may be August, but that doesn't mean there isn't powder skiing to be had somewhere in the world. Here's a collection of shots taken from La Parva and Valle Nevado, Chile, by Drew Stoecklein and Spencer Francey.

Arosa, Switzerland

Julian Carr's Europe

Pro skier Julian Carr is a hustler. So far this season, he's skied in South America (back in August), Utah, Montana, and Switzerland, and pimped his headwear/apparel brand, Discrete, at trade shows in Denver, Salt Lake, and Munich, Germany. He just sent us these shots from his last few weeks in Europe.

From the top of Verbier's 10,900-foot Mont Font, the highest point at the ski area, you can access some of the steepest, hairest terrain you'll find anywhere on the planet. At the end of the season, they host speed skiing competitions on the groomer from the top of the Mont Font tram—and it's steep gradient made it the fastest ski run in Switzerland when Italian skier Simone Origone got going over 134 miles per hour there in 2007.

Verbier, Switzerland: 10 Reasons to Visit

In case you need a reason to visit Verbier, Switzerland, we've got 10 of them—ranging from the powder to the cheese to the Swiss chalets. Plus, it's the home of the Verbier XTreme competition, which is taking place this weekend.

Paoli Peaks 1

Pig Farm (Gallery)

We sent photographer Ilja Herb and writer Tim Sohn to Paoli Peaks, Indiana, to see what midwestern night skiing is all about. Here are some images from both of them.