In his more than five decades on the slopes, ski instructor Chip Lambert has had a front-row seat to the development of our sport.
A famed Colorado ski resort is going all-in on a new line of skis made specifically for those who love moguls and martinis.
State legislators in 2020 considered a historic total of 80 anti-trans bills, including many in mountain states.
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From New England to British Columbia to Kamchatka, this year's Fly Fishing Film Tour treads on similar terrain and stoke as ski movies.
On skis since he was a toddler, Quincy Shannon wants to share his love for skiing with the BIPOC community and make it easier for them to experience it for themselves.
In the midst of the George Floyd murder trial, Bend, OR's Mallory Duncan reflects on a ski tour that changed everything.
Turning is the apex of the ski experience, and I can prove it with science.
Thanks to Natural Selection, I am questioning many life decisions and texting a broad swath of friends, both snowboarders, and skiers, and wondering—did I blow it?
Patrol veteran Lori Spence slated to become Aspen Highlands Ski Patrol’s first female director
At 26, McGlashon is Exum’s youngest ski guide and one of only five female guides at North America’s oldest guiding company.
Those stains on your jacket are scorch marks from our eye lasers shot into your back.
For one black skier, the mountains won't be a welcoming place for everyone until we all put in the work.
Fitness influencer Mirna Valerio is learning to ski at 44 and couldn't be happier. Here's where she gets her inspiration.
Share Winter Foundation breaks down barriers to get more BIPOC skiing, but they can't do it alone.
Some of the best places to get locally-sourced food during a ski trip to Sugarbush, Mad River Glen, and beyond.
Five ideas to keep skiers occupied when they can’t be on the slopes.