Four-part docuseries ”Edge of the Earth” kicks off tonight (July 12) with an incredible Alaskan adventure.
“Shaped by Descent” is a profile of both Lexi duPont and Haines, AK
The newest Warren Miller film breaks down barriers with adaptive and BIPOC athletes and celebrates winter coast to coast.
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Long heralded as skiing’s proving ground, Alaska kind of definitely intimidates me.
SKI's brand-new, highly opinionated list of the scariest terrain in North America that all skiers should add to their agendas this season.
A week with Valdez Heli Ski Guides is seven days of rad. This is the gear that is sure to make it all-time.
A new owner, newly-permitted terrain, and continued lodge upgrades mean the AK Heli operation founded by Doug Coombs keeps getting better.
The pro skier—and captain of a salmon fishing boat—snagged some trophy lines in Haines last spring.
Dive into the mindset of Cody Townsend as he faces some of the most challenging lines in the Fifty Project: Alaska's Meteorite Mountain and Pontoon Peak.
With massive series of winter storms dumping 12 feet of snow this past week, the heli-ski season in Alaska is now open.
McKenna Peterson provides insight on the motives behind days and nights of waiting, the hidden marvels in the Fairweather Range, and the big lines on the Peak of Ill Repute.
The work of Whistler-based ski photographer Dan Carr has been featured in ski magazines and commercials across the world. He recently returned from a heli-skiing trip to Alaska and spoke to us about what it’s like dangling from a chopper by a harness and how you can get a bird’s eye view without a helicopter.
At Arctic Man, skiers and snow-machiners unite for one of skiing's weirdest races. There are busted bones, burning couches, and hopes of seeing Todd Palin. Surviving the 4.5-mile race is the easy part. We have helmet cam footage and in-depth account from last spring's race in Alaska.
What happens when six female telemarkers pile into an RV and set out to ski some big, Alaskan peaks? First, they stuff the mobile home with a dozen skis, a hair dryer, cowboy boots, trashy magazines, ice axes, and whiskey. Then they bring a boy along to drive and fill up the propane tank. And finally, they ski some big peaks.