The new documentary ‘Buried’ looks back at the 1982 tragedy at Alpine Meadows, and finds lessons that are as relevant as ever about surviving a traumatic event.
A lake studded by ski resorts, both bucket-list destinations and quirky hills, presents the opportunity to find just the vibe you're seeking.
After Developing the First Freeride Ski 30 Years Ago, Mike Hattrup is Still Working Towards Perfection
In 1991, Mike Hattrup tested the original K2 Extreme at Squaw Valley. Now, Hattrup returns to California to develop the next Fischer Ranger ski.
Every skier in California knows bigger is better, and that rings true during summertime at Squaw Alpine.
Eldora joins Vail’s Epic pass while Mountain Collective adds Mammoth, Snowbird, and Whistler Blackcomb.
In 2006, Roy Tuscany suffered a life-altering spinal injury in a fall on Mammoth Mountain. Four years later, he’s back on skis and helping others return to the slopes through his nonprofit and a partnership with CR Johnson’s family. By Olivia Dwyer
Errol Kerr still laughs at jokes about lucky eggs, but he is all business when it comes to being the best in the world at skiercross. This week, he’s heading to Vancouver for his first visit to the Winter Olympic Games. By Olivia Dwyer
Just in time for 2010, California's Alpine Meadows Ski Area is getting hammered with snow and is debuting a high-tech snow cat turned mobile entertainment system with a 210-square-foot stage. The machine will be unveiled at noon on December 31.
While technically inbounds, Estelle Bowl feels as close to backcountry as you can get at a ski resort. Ride the Summit Six chair, then take the ridgeline traverse to the north past two other bowls to reach Estelle, which offers sheltered north-facing trees, wide-open powder shots, and 45-degree spines.
With the exception of Whistler Blackcomb, no other resort comes close to matching Jackson for easy access to back- and sidecountry lines.