You may or may not end up duct-taping your skis to the roof of your rental car, but it will be worth it, we promise.
A guide to Norway's legendary skiing culture, from lift-served ski areas to scenic backcountry trips and everything in between.
Expect slower lifts, less grooming and snowmaking, and higher prices this season as ski areas try to offset costs of rising energy bills.
These backcountry ski guiding operations will lead you to the goods in South America.
The resort rolls out discount advance sales on day tickets, risking certain days selling out if you can’t—or don’t want to—commit early.
For the first time since 2019, you can check off the ultimate summer bucket list trip. You might even get some freshies.
Backcountry Access is issuing new software for the Tracker 2 after the Jackson Hole ski patrol had issues with their beacons freezing.
Big mountain athletes Crystal Wright and Jess McMillan tell us what they think about the changes to the Nissan Freeride World Tour.
Snow King Resort—Jackson, Wyoming’s town ski hill—is camp to some of France’s Olympic ski racers, who are training out of the public eye until the technical ski events begin in Vancouver. We chatted with French racer and first-time Olympian Tessa Worley, who'll be competing in the GS in Whistler, after some morning training runs about lucky underwear, cowboys, the English word for pick-up truck.
A year and a half ago, American ski racer Caitlin Ciccone quit racing for good. Or so she thought. Now with the 2010 Vancouver Olympics around the corner, she’s trying to make the U.S. Women’s Ski Cross team. That is, if she can raise enough money to go to the Games.