Folksy Whitewater, B.C. has all the elements of the next big destination ski resort, except for the desire to become one.
Myia Antone wants more women from First Nations to discover what she has: that floating through powder in the backcountry is a kind of homecoming.
People want to be able to go for a skin lap and then hit the resort without having to swap out their skis. You can with the new Hustle.
B.C. based heli-ski guide Tyson Rettie lost his vision in 2019. Now, he's the blind leading the blind.
Welcome to RED Mountain Resort and idyllic Rossland, B.C., where skiers live perfectly storied lives—and more are on the way.
The resorts along the so-called Powder Highway serve up plenty of the fluffy white stuff during any winter road trip. To understand how it all came to be is a different type of journey altogether.
When the skiers returned each day, their Captain, a born-and-raised Alaskan, would have a warm meal and beer ready, along with endless stories of the mountains and sea.
The entire earthly world of plastic skis boots spawned from these two original sinners.
La Grave's Derby de La Meije is an 800-person, 6,000-vertical-foot downhill race through some of the gnarliest lift-accessed terrain anywhere.
If skiing’s part of your mental health routine, losing it is legitimately wrenching.
The freeskiing faction of our sport proudly dubbed itself a “counter-culture”—erecting a giant, collective middle finger to "the system."
Home to rowdy terrain and family-friendly slopes, hippies and CEOs, Fernie Alpine Resort is a place of seemingly impossible contradictions.
Can we indulge in new gear this season while responsibly disposing of products we no longer need? The short answer: We’re getting there. Innovations in ski, boot, and fabric technologies, plus a sea change on the part of gear manufacturers, are nudging us ever closer to a world where equipment recycling is as important as the buying process.
La Grave, France's Derby de La Meije is an 800-person, 6,000-vertical-foot downhill race through some of the gnarliest lift-accessed terrain anywhere.
Extreme terrain—the likes of which most resort skiers have never seen outside of ski flicks—is in abundance at B.C.’s Kicking Horse Mountain Resort. Before you book that trip up north, one question remains: ARE YOU GOOD ENOUGH?