This lightweight, storm-resistant puffy earned an Editor’s Choice award. Here’s everything you need to know about it.
Women are underrepresented in backcountry skiing. These scholarships and grants hope to change that.
“Nexus” is the first feature-length film that features all women skiers and is directed and produced by an all-female team.
The new event, Sister Summit, is part peer-judged competition, part networking event and fills a long-overlooked gap in women's skiing and snowboarding.
Most people think ultra-running the Leadville 100 is impossible, but for big mountain skier Drew Petersen, it’s a lifeline.
Matchstick Productions new film “Anywhere From Here” shows there’s nothing wrong with your obsession with skiing
Got old skis and packs hanging around? Geartrade will take used gear off your hands and cut you a check in the process.
The resort's new downhill trail, Deepest Darkest, is an example of how we can build bike trails that are fun and challenging for everyone.
Resorts are closing, but you can extend your ski season with these backcountry touring routes for all abilities.
Things didn't go exactly as we wanted, but we learned a lot about perseverance, reward, and how to adapt in the moment.
Towing your gear for a multi-day backcountry mission may sound like good idea, but sometimes a sled is more trouble than it's worth.
There's a tight window between skiing bulletproof ice and hot slush, and nailing it requires being borderline obsessive about it.
Getting electrolytes on board will increase your stamina on the uphill so you can make the most of the downhill.
Spring corn is delicious, but hitting the melt-freeze cycle just right is tricky. Here's how to find the best turns in the spring.
The "human factor" is one of the biggest dangers in the backcountry. Here's how to manage tricky social dynamics.
Over the past decade, the median age of avalanche fatalities in the backcountry has risen. Experts are scratching their heads as to why.
Get to know these nonprofits that are walking the walk when it comes to making skiing more inclusive for everyone.
Fixed-length, long-grip poles are becoming a top choice among guides and ski patrollers for their strength and simplicity.
Learn how to read between the lines of your local avy report with these tips from a backcountry ski guide.
This year's wildcard athlete is ready to prove she has new tricks up her sleeve.
As backcountry trailheads like the one on Wyoming's Teton Pass outside of Jackson Hole get more crowded, responsible recreation practices are more important than ever.
Learn how to spend less time futzing with maps and more time skiing powder in the backcountry.
A professional mountain guide and AIARE instructor shares the gear that should be on your pack list for a day in the backcountry.
A ton of female-led ski films are launching this fall, with appearances from up-and-coming skiers and industry legends.
There was a time when seeing women on ski patrol was few and far between. This is not that time. Meet the women of the Sun Valley Ski Patrol.
It's mud season in mountain towns, and we're kind of relieved.
Renowned mountain guide Jessica Baker worked hard to become the first woman to tackle some of skiing’s biggest lines. Now, she’s focused on diversifying the space.
Aspen Snowmass is just one of the many ski areas now charging for uphill access. Is this the new norm?
Ski resorts like Snow King and Grand Targhee say they need to grow to survive. Locals and conservationists aren’t so sure.
Meet three organizations working to keep mountain-town families sheltered amid one of the worst housing shortages in history.
The apparel company decided that its products will no longer be sold in the resort's retail stores in Teton Village and Jackson.
WNDR Alpine is a ski company that's on a mission to bring sustainable solutions to snowsports in more ways than just glue made from algae.
Check out Lily Krass's author page.
Jackson Hole just expanded its bike park for the gravity-fed summer fun skiers seek during the summer and beyond.
Going on an adventure? Outfit your tailgate with these handy items to make storage and travel a breeze during your next big skiing road trip.
Santiago Vega worked with IFMGA Guide Mark Smiley and local guide Tim Cohn to make the first known disabled ski descent of the Grand Teton.
For Annette Diggs, a love of skiing turned into a personal mission to help more women of color feel welcome on the mountain.
Custom route planning and map overlays are easy with onX Backcountry, an alpine touring skier-focused navigation app for smartphones.
The most advanced avy beacon on the market, the Mammut Barryvox S is ideal for professionals and beginners alike.
Mark Smiley's new online avalanche course is a huge opportunity for access to education at a time when more skiers than ever are heading into the backcountry.