Todd Bove

Ruby Hill

Concrete Jib-Yard

The city of Denver is taking it back to the concrete streets. Over the past few years, the Ruby Hill Rail Yard has shattered the mold for urban skiing and set the bar for other cities around the country. Did we mention it’s free, and it opens this weekend?

BBR

Salomon Announces New BBR

Salomon announces a radical new ski design that promises to challenge the conventional wisdom of alpine ski design. Is it all hype?

Chris Gunnarson at the X Games

Ski Industry Dream Job: Terrain Park Designer

We caught up with X Games course designer Chris “Gunny” Gunnarson to talk about the future of park design, secret halfpipes in Silverton, and skiing with Justin Timberlake.

SPD2

Ski Pass Defender

At the risk of his ski instructing job, Breckenridge inventor Jim Lawson takes on the identity theft risks posed by radio frequency technology in ski passes. Is it worth it?

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The Ultimate Mountain Gig

The Canyons, in Park City, Utah, is offering up what truly may be the best job in ski country.

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Five-Question Interview: Hugo Harrisson

We caught up with Hugo Harrisson to talk about bone spurs, skiing the Chic Choc, and his new segment in Warren Miller Entertainment's Wintervention.

Ingrid Backstrom lifestyle

Five-Question Interview: Ingrid Backstrom

To get ready for the premiere of Matchstick Production's “The Way I See It" this Saturday in Boulder, Colorado, we caught up with Ingrid Backstrom to chat about the new flick, Twitter, and getting redemption on a snowmobile.

Pacific Crest Heli Guides

Heli-Skiing Operation to Open in Lake Tahoe

Long absent from the Sierra Nevadas, heli-skiing returns to Lake Tahoe after a nearly forty-year absence. We spoke to the owner of the newly opened Pacific Crest Heli-Guides about filling the void.